Customers can purchase food from Japanese-inspired restaurants in basement 1, while cosmetics and beauty salon services are on the ground floor.
The second floor will offer Japanese dining options and a selection of International foodchoices, along with Japanese homewares and accessories – and will be home to premium retail brands’ stores. The third floor is dedicated to wellness and enjoyment.
Statista estimates the value of the Philippines’ retail sales at US$53.6 billion last year and predicts that during the next four years spending will increase to $68.71 billion.
The Covid-19 pandemic has encouraged many Filipinos to move online to shop. As at May 2020, according to Statista, 41 per cent of respondents claimed they made more onlinepurchases due to the epidemic in the Philippines. However, 63 per cent of respondents to a subsequent study in June of last year said they were likely to visit a mall in the upcoming six months.