From their first tour to Japan in 1975 to their most recent concerts there in 2020, pop-up celebrates Queen and Japan’s bond.

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November 22, 2022

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Queen visiting Japan in 1975.
Queen visiting Japan in 1975.Koh Hasebe / ML Images / Shinko Music

To celebrate Queen’s recent 50th anniversary, a concept store focusing on the relationship between Queen and Japan will be open over two weeks at a specially selected gallery, a renovated traditional Japanese house in Harajuku, Tokyo.

The project will be a spinoff of the official “Queen: The Greatest Pop-Up Store” held in London’s Carnaby Street in late 2021 and early 2022, with Tokyo becoming the second city to host the event following the U.K. capital.

The store will host a specially curated exhibition of photographs of the band shot in Japan with Japan-themed products for sale. 

The pop-up will be open Nov. 24 to Dec. 11. 

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