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Marui
Company typePublic KK
TYO: 8252
IndustryDepartment stores
FoundedOctober 1, 2007; 16 years ago (2007-10-01)
FounderChūji Aoi (青井忠治)
Headquarters,
Japan
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsWomen's fashion and accessories
OwnerThe Master Trust Bank of Japan (13.1%)
Japan Trustee Services Bank (7.5%)
Goldman Sachs (2.7%)
Toho (1.68%)
Toda Construction (0.81%)
WebsiteMarui

Marui Co., Ltd. (株式会社丸井, Kabushiki-gaisha Marui) is a Japanese multinational retail company which operates a chain of department stores in Tokyo as well in other major Japanese cities. They are best known for their women's fashion and accessories, which are aimed at the 25–35 age range.

In 2003–4 the company generated US$2.75 billion in revenues. Its president is Hiroshi Aoi.[1]

MARUIONE.JP

In December 2007, Marui Co., Ltd. launched an international shopping and information website, maruione.jp. The site operates in Japanese, simplified and traditional Chinese, Korean, English, and French. The shopping site offers Japanese street fashion and traditional goods while their LiveJ information site provides information on fashion, culture and visual kei music.

References

  1. ^ "Corporate Officers & Advisors | Corporate Information | MARUI GROUP Co., Ltd". www.0101maruigroup.co.jp. Retrieved 2022-12-28.
  2. ^ 丸井のロゴはなぜ「0101」と繰り返すのか, Excite.co.jp.