2ND STREET TAIWAN CO., LTD. to open a tenth store in Taiwan, 2nd STREET Taipei Station, on June 17, 2022, in Taipei City, Taiwan


NAGOYA, Japan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–2ND STREET TAIWAN CO., LTD., a subsidiary of GEO Holdings (TOKYO: 2681), is scheduled to open 2nd STREET Taipei Station on June 17, 2022. This will be the tenth store in Taiwan for 2ND STREET TAIWAN CO., LTD., a milestone for the company.

In Japan, GEO Holdings has more than 2,000 stores and EC stores, including GEO Shops, which sells and rents DVDs, CDs and video games, and 2ND STREET, which handles the sale of a full selection of gaming products. , including clothing, furniture, and appliances. From 2018, the first 2ND STREET stores outside of Japan began by opening in the United States and Malaysia. The first store in Taiwan opened in August 2020, and this store, 2nd STREET Taipei Station, will be the tenth.

Taipei 2nd STREET Station will open in the area around Taipei Station, the main railway station in Taipei. Taipei Station is where travelers catch trains and bullet trains and board the MRT subway system, along with the bus terminal where passengers leave for Taoyuan Airport or the various regions of Taiwan, making it an extremely convenient station. The surrounding area offers a wide variety of attractions, including department stores, tutoring schools, gourmet restaurants, and everyday stores. Not only students and local residents come here for their daily shopping, but the area also attracts tourists from other regions. This store will open in the first basement of a commercial building at No. 12 Guanqian Road, Zhongzheng District, just a five-minute walk from the South Exit of Taipei Station.

2nd STREET Taipei Station will carry approximately 12,000 repurposed luxury items, including clothing, handbags, shoes and accessories, carefully selected from the abundant inventory purchased from approximately 700 2ND STREET stores in Japan. These items will include selections from Japanese designer brands as well as internationally renowned luxury brands. The range of items will also include quality, reasonably priced selections from designer brands and boutiques in the US and Europe.

The store will be set up, like 2ND STREET stores in Japan, to categorize different items and genres, making it easier to find what you’re looking for. It will also include places to show and sell the latest fashion trends, including street styles.

The purchasing department will start as soon as the store opens due to the short time it took to develop the buyer training system in Taiwan.

2ND STREET TAIWAN plans to open seven more stores by the end of March 2023.

2nd Street Taipei Station

Opening date: Friday, June 17, 2022, local time

Address: B1F, No. 12, Guanqian Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan

Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Floor space: 5,195 square feet

Products available: A total of approximately 12,000 items, including clothing, handbags, shoes and accessories.


Address: 5F-11, 41 Nanjing W. Rd., Datong District, Taipei

Capitalization: 28 million NTD (100% subsidiary of GEO Group)

Creation date: August 30, 2019

Director: Sadaharu Ideguchi

Business Description: Store management and wholesale of second-hand clothing and accessories


Shop: https://2ndstreet.com.tw

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2ndstreet_taiwan/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2ndSTREET.TAIWAN/

LINE: https://line.me/R/ti/p/@062zihqb

GEO Holdings

GEO Holdings is a retail company, listed on the Prime Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, with annual sales of 300 billion yen. It operates over 2,000 stores and EC stores in a wide variety of business formats, including GEO stores which sell and rent DVDs, CDs and video games, 2ND STREET stores which carry a full selection of apparel, used furniture and appliances, as well as bargain shops and discount stationery.

See http://www.geonet.co.jp/english/ for more information.

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