Blooming is a Japanese fashion brand with multiple stores across Japan. Shoo-La-Rue specialise in clothing and accessories for women and kids. The store in this case study is located within the Blumer Hat Kobe Mall in Kobe, Japan
Book-off started life as Japan’s largest chain of used bookstores (866) in total. Now these stores can be found in several counties including USA, Korea, and France, and the stores now sell a wide range of used products from clothing to electrical.
This unusual business specialises in importing, sales and rental of deactivated and registered antique firearms. As well as selling to collectors the business also provides firearms as props for movies and photoshoots.
The Kyushu National Museum needed a solution to stop the theft of expensive Apple IPods that the museum lends to visitors to introduce exhibits. They only required a small number of tags and so it was hard to justify a hard installation.
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Shoo-La-Rue were looking for a specific solution that would tackle an increasing number of in-store thefts while at the same time maintaining their wide, open fronted store entrance within a large retail outlet.
Yocabito - outdoor things is a camping and outdoor equipment brand in Japan. They are new to having physical stores and wanted a crime prevention solution that wouldn't spoil the look and feel of the store