Inochi launches the largest showroom in Vietnam, reaching 48 stores nationwide
On March 18, the premium household brand Inochi officially opened a brand new store at 258B Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, Ward 8, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City. This is the 48th store nationwide and is also the place to display premium household products under Inochi brand with the largest scale and area ever.
This opening location is located in a prime location, right at Nam Ky Khoi Nghia street in the city center named after Uncle Ho, where many offices, universities and young, dynamic customers are gathered who have aesthetic taste and modern shopping needs. The showroom is divided into 2 floors, designed with a comfortable shopping space with more than 500 premium products in Japanese style.
In particular, this is also the first showroom to have an “experience kitchen”, with many lively display corners to help customers easily feel the layout of Japanese living space through Inochi products. Inochi Nam Ky Khoi Nghia store promises to be one of the most attractive places for those who “love the kitchen, addicted to the house”.
The new store continues to be a part of Inochi’s plan to develop and expand its business in the domestic market to give consumers more opportunities to know and use premium household products which are safe according to Japanese standards. With this opening event, Inochi also launched a group of safe and eco-friendly glass products containing bamboo lid with many attractive promotions.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Mr. Phan Anh Tuan – Managing Director of Tan Phu Vietnam Joint Stock Company, the owner of the Inochi brand shared: “In 2021, despite facing many obstacles, especially for retail activities due to the pandemic, however, Inochi still successfully completed 110% of the year target plan. This result is achieved thanks to the company’s timely improvisations according to market changes, constant efforts to research and create the best and safest products at reasonable prices to serve customers. Along with difficulties, the pandemic has also partly become an opportunity as consumers tend to save more and cook at home, creating a premise for the outstanding development in Inochi’s business activities after more than 4 years of entering the Vietnamese home appliance market”.
This is considered one of Inochi’s memorable milestones, a starting point for the series of actions towards Inochi’s strong development goal in 2022.
With high-quality household products designed and manufactured according to Japanese style and standards, Inochi is contributing to spreading a minimalist, light and sophisticated lifestyle closer to Vietnamese consumers.