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Don Quijote is the largest Japanese general-merchandise discounter and off-price retailer, operating more than 360 stores nationwide. It offers a wide range of products, including tissue paper and Louis Vuitton handbags. The primary store formats include the Don Quijote format, carrying 40,000-60,000 nonperishable food items targeting singles, and the Mega Donki format, carrying a wide variety of food products targeting families. It also operates a small chain of 37 supermarkets in Hawaii and California and opened its first non-Japan Asian outlet in Singapore in late 2017.
Tokyo, 153-0042, Japan