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Japan Jan. Department Store Sales by Products

The following is the detailed table for Japan’s department store sales by products from the Japan Department Store Association in Tokyo.

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                           Jan.    Dec.    Nov.    Oct.   Sept.    Aug.
                           2012    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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                        -------------------Yearly changes------------------
Total                     -1.1%    0.8%   -1.9%   -0.5%   -2.4%   -1.7%
 Clothing                 -0.4%    3.9%   -2.6%    0.5%   -2.5%   -3.4%
  Men’s clothing           1.8%    5.0%   -2.2%    1.1%   -2.3%   -7.4%
  Women’s clothing        -0.8%    4.0%   -2.8%    0.7%   -2.3%   -2.5%
  Children’s clothing      0.2%    4.6%   -0.7%   -0.4%    0.0%    0.5%
  Other                   -3.8%   -0.9%   -3.7%   -1.9%   -7.1%   -5.1%
 Accessories              -1.9%    1.2%   -1.7%   -0.6%   -1.4%   -0.2%
 Sundries, Cosmetics      -1.5%   -0.3%   -1.9%    0.0%   -3.2%   -0.6%
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                           Jan.    Dec.    Nov.    Oct.   Sept.    Aug.
                           2012    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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                        -------------------Yearly changes------------------
 Household Goods          -2.4%   -1.5%   -0.2%   -5.1%   -2.4%   -3.8%
  Household furniture     -1.1%   -1.7%   -3.4%   -5.6%   -2.2%   -6.8%
  Household electronics  -14.3%  -11.9%   13.5%  -23.4%  -16.5%  -13.5%
  Household, other        -1.8%   -0.5%   -0.9%   -3.0%   -1.1%   -1.6%
 Food                     -1.1%   -0.6%   -0.8%   -0.5%   -1.4%   -0.1%
 Restaurants              -0.1%    0.1%   -1.8%   -1.5%   -4.2%   -1.5%
 Services                 -2.3%   -0.1%   -6.1%   -0.3%   -4.0%   -7.5%
 Others                   -5.8%   -3.6%   -7.0%  -10.9%   -8.2%   -7.4%
                        -------------------Yen level-----------------------
Total                     552.7   731.8   546.5   511.0   437.0   425.9
 Clothing                 234.5   211.9   190.8   198.8   150.8   124.7
  Men’s clothing           49.1    51.3    42.3    41.3    25.2    20.8
  Women’s clothing        154.4   130.4   122.6   130.1   104.2    84.0
  Children’s clothing      16.3    14.4    11.9    13.1    10.3     8.7
  Other                    14.8    15.8    13.9    14.4    11.2    11.3
 Accessories               72.0    87.9    59.2    63.1    56.9    53.1
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                           Jan.    Dec.    Nov.    Oct.   Sept.    Aug.
                           2012    2011    2011    2011    2011    2011
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                        -------------------Yen level-----------------------
 Sundries, Cosmetics       66.9    94.7    74.1    69.7    66.3    64.0
 Household Goods           25.7    32.9    27.7    24.7    22.7    22.7
  Household furniture       6.5     7.8     6.7     6.4     6.0     6.4
  Household electronics     1.4     1.7     2.9     1.4     1.2     1.2
  Household, other         17.9    23.5    18.1    16.8    15.5    15.0
 Food                     124.1   268.1   163.9   125.1   111.9   130.2
 Restaurants               14.9    16.7    14.0    14.2    13.9    16.5
 Services                   5.1     6.3     5.8     5.8     5.1     5.3
 Others                     9.4    13.4    10.9     9.6     9.3     9.4
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NOTE: Year-on-year percent change is based on stores that have been open at least one year. Sales levels in bllions of yen.

SOURCE: Japan Department Store Association. http://www.depart.or.jp

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