Business model

PARCO makes agreements with tenants whereby PARCO takes responsibility for attracting customers and running promotions, while the tenant handles sales activity. By working across Japan to create commercial spaces where people can gather and have fun, we are winning the support of customers and developing a firm customer base.
One of the things that really sets PARCO apart from other companies is our equal partnership with our store tenants. These partnerships, which are based on trust and common values, are mutually beneficial and by growing our business together with those of our tenants, we are supporting our own continuous growth.

Business model

PARCO Group: Strong in comprehensive shopping complex production

The production of shopping complexes involves marketing in the area of the store, planning the building from the proposal stage onward, the selection of tenants and design of environments that fit the concept, and the store's management. At the same time we enhance a plethora of publicity and promotional activities and through our management of daily maintenance, support the safe and easy operation of shops. In addition, we are constantly creating fresh sales spaces by promoting their remodeling.
This integrated production supports the creation of attractive commercial spaces.

Shopping complex business

Keys to business growth

To continue to produce new ideas for the market it is necessary to foster new talent. We see the growth of up-and-coming fashion designers and creators and that of our tenants as being key to PARCO's growth. We work hard to discover and incubate new talent to support that growth.

Tenant incubation

We provide trial shops for new tenants and make use of our nationwide network of stores to offer tenants the opportunity to open in other cities. We also proactively develop new types of shops through our tenant network.

Launched as a monthly event, MIDWEST603, will open on the second floor of Fukuoka PARCO as MID by MIDWEST

Originally launched as a monthly event, "MIDWEST603," opened as a fixed store in Fukuoka PARCO as "MID by MIDWEST"

Designer incubation

We want to assist the designers who will create the future of fashion in Japan and help them overcome obstacles to growth.
In 2012, Shibuya PARCO hosted the ‘A REAL UN REAL AGE’ show by ANREALAGE, a brand at the forefront of the next generation of designers. PARCO also supported the show’s Paris tour in 2014.

Creator incubation

PARCO provides a forum for young creators from diverse genres to display their work.
Shibu-Cul Matsuri website (Japanese)
once A month website (Japanese)
Shibu-Cul Matsuri. Exhibiting works in all Shibuya PARCO buildings

Forward-looking tenant support

Using the web to enhance customer service and sales opportunities

We are experimenting in new areas to realize our Omni Channel strategy, such as using tenants' shop blogs and apps as tools to improve customer service.

Make tenant shops' blogs the main content on the website of each PARCO store

Tenant blogs are featured on each PARCO store's website

Supporting tenants' business growth

We are collaborating with domestic and foreign organizations in a wide range of areas and providing unique business-growth opportunities for our tenants.

HELLO, SHIBUYA TOKYO was held in Singapore as part of the PARCO Cool Japan Project

HELLO, SHIBUYA TOKYO was held in Singapore as part of the PARCO Cool Japan Project

Store development

By leveraging our expertise in shop development, we are pursuing new store development and conversion. We are deriving high-value-added plans on a case-by-case basis and promoting attractive shop development.

New store development

Development of new shopping complexes within, for example, urban redevelopment projects in the vicinity of major commuter stations.
Urawa PARCO (Oct. 2007)
Sendai PARCO (Aug. 2008)


At PARCO, we use our extensive expertise to transform and improve existing stores.

Shizuoka PARCO (Mar. 2007)

Shizuoka PARCO (Mar. 2007)

Fukuoka PARCO (Mar. 2010)

Fukuoka PARCO (Mar. 2010)