PARCO Group Blog

November 2018

Ikebukuro PARCO Participated in “Drill on Measures for People Who Have Difficulty Returning Home”.

Updated Nov. 16, 2018

 Ikebukuro PARCO Participated in “Drill on Measures for People Who Have Difficulty Returning Home”.

Ikebukuro PARCO Participated in “Drill on Measures for People Who Have Difficulty Returning Home”.
Over 1,000 people from commercial facilities, companies, universities and so forth in the Toshima Ward participated in this drill on measures for people who have difficulty returning home. This drill envisages the total stoppage of all public transport, including trains, in the event of a major earthquake.
In conducting the drill, we cooperated by providing notices on a large screen on the wall of Ikebukuro PARCO in an effort to participate in the drill with the local community.

Matsumoto PARCO held Matsumoto PARCO Festival

Updated Nov. 03, 2018

Matsumoto PARCO held Matsumoto PARCO Festival

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The Citizenʼs Festival in which Matsumoto PARCO participated

In coordination with the citizenʼs festival in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture, Matsumoto PARCO collaborated with local trust banks, stores, and magazines to hold the Matsumoto PARCO Festival.

In 2018, districts of Matsumoto City were blocked to vehicle traffic to create pedestrian-only areas.

Ten brands with shops in Matsumoto PARCO participated in a fashion show featuring local models from Nagano.
Other events offered various experiences, such as a popular Pan-Pa-Pan Festival held by a group of bakeries, a PARCO Kitchen, featuring a group of nine mobile eateries, along with workshops and stamp rallies held inside PARCO.
The festival was attended by many visitors, contributing to the excitement in Matsumoto City.

Hibari Culture Festival held to Commemorate 25th Opening Anniversary at Hibarigaoka PARCO

Updated Nov. 01, 2018

Hibari Culture Festival held to Commemorate 25th Opening Anniversary at Hibarigaoka PARCO

The Hibari Culture Festival was held to mark the 25th opening anniversary of Hibarigaoka PARCO, with the theme of “Learn, Play, and Have Fun at PARCO.”
Creators, cultural leaders, and musicians active in the west Tokyo area, as well as local shops and schools, gave performances, seminars, and workshops.

A local paper cutout artist, designer, and photographer were used to create the paper cutout for the main visual, as well as the design logo and the advertisement poster.

A photography exhibition, “Portraits of Hibari,” featured photographs of memories taken in the Hibarigaoka district displayed alongside current photographs recreated in the same locations by professional photographers.

With their nostalgic scenery and comments from participating customers, the photographs attracted a large number of visitors each day.

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