UNIQLO to launches convenience store pickup service at Seven Eleven, FamilyMart, and Lawson stores throughout Japan

Berlin, Germany, 2017-Jan-10 — /EPR Retail News/ — UNIQLO, in collaboration with FamilyMart Co., Ltd. and Lawson, Inc., will launch in spring a convenience store pickup service for UNIQLO products at FamilyMart and Lawson stores nationwide. Together with a similar service already available at Seven-Eleven stores1, this expansion will allow UNIQLO customers to pick up their purchases at any of approximately 43,000 convenience store locations2 throughout Japan.

The convenience store pickup service enables customers of the UNIQLO.com online store to pick up merchandise 24-hours a day3 at any location convenient for the customer, such as near home or work, or a business-trip destination. The service is ideal for customers who are too busy to go to UNIQLO stores, often not at home to receive deliveries, or who want to directly collect purchases while on a business trip or traveling.

UNIQLO is working to make shopping easier and enjoyable for customers, including expanding the lineup of products available through the UNIQLO.com online store, improving the usability of the UNIQLO app, and offering semi-custom products. Going forward, UNIQLO will develop services to make the buying experience more fun and convenient.

1. Pickup service at Seven-Eleven stores started in February 2016.
2. Stores offering the pickup service: Approximately 19,000 Seven-Eleven stores,
12,000 FamilyMart stores, and 12,000 Lawson stores (as of January 2017)
3. Operating hours vary by store.


FamilyMart: Media Articles on postponing management integration with UNY Group Holdings Co., Ltd. not based on our official disclosure

TOKYO, Japan, 2015-8-24— /EPR Retail News/ — Some articles were published in the media today reporting that the execution of basic agreement concerning management integration with UNY Group Holdings Co., Ltd. would be postponed to September 2015 or later. These articles are not based on our official disclosure.

As per the announcement in the press release “Notice Regarding Commencement of Discussions Concerning the Management Integration between FamilyMart., Ltd. and UNY Group Holdings Co. Ltd.”, dated on March 10, 2015, FamilyMart Co., Ltd. and UNY Group Holdings Co., Ltd. have been discussing management integration in the spirit of treating both companies as equals through the Integration Preparation Committee; however, no decision has been made which requires additional disclosure at this point in time.

We will disclose any decision in a timely manner that require timely disclosure when such decision is made.

This share exchange is made for the securities of a Japanese company. This share exchange is subject to disclosure requirements ofJapan that are different from those of the United States. Financial information included in this notice has been prepared in accordance with generally accepted Japanese accounting standards and may not be comparable to the financial statements of United States companies.

It may be difficult for you to enforce your rights and any claim you may have arising under the U.S. federal securities laws, since the issuer is located in a foreign country, and some or all of its officers are residents of a foreign country. You may not be able to sue a foreign company or its officers in a foreign court for violations of the U.S. securities laws. It may be difficult to compel a foreign company and its affiliates to subject themselves to a U.S. court’sjudgment.

You should be aware that the issuer may purchase securities otherwise than pursuant to the share exchange agreement, such as in open market or privately negotiated purchases.

This document has been translated from the Japanese-language original for reference purposes only. While this English translation is believed to be generally accurate, it is subject to, and qualified by, in its entirety, the Japanese-language original. Such Japanese-language original shall be the controlling document for all purposes.