24 February 2012, Singapore – Francfranc is a common brand name in Japan for general goods such as toiletries, lunch boxes, cups and dishes, kitchen tools, stationery and casual furniture and lighting.
Francfranc recently made its debut at the Viva Japan Cafe in Ion Orchard introducing design and beauty in Japanese products and food culture with a focus on design, the look of things, their presentation and the effect they create.
Francfranc is set to mark its foray into the Southeast Asian market with the opening of its largest flagship concept store at VivoCity. Occupying a retail space of 20,000 square feet on the second floor and will adopt a design concept titled ‘Francfranc Wonderland’. The concept, designed by award-winning designer, Yasumichi Morita, invites shoppers to step into and explore the many fascinating products like a treasure chest, setting their minds racing with possibilities. You can expect quality items at reasonable prices.
Offering home furnishings, fabrics as well as lighting and appliances, Francfranc also carries a range of home and interior accessories, health and beauty products, along with table and kitchenware.
Visit their soft-opening fair at VivoCity’s Atrium from 18 to 24 April 2012 to showcase some of its collections.
Photo credit: Francfranc
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