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262 stores connected to Ebina Station, a terminal train station served by three lines
Grand Opening of Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EBINA on October 29, 2015
An urban LaLaport arises as a hub for human interaction

Jun 11, 2015
Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd.

Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. will open Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EBINA on Thursday, October 29, 2015. Located in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture, it will be a regional shopping center featuring direct train station access.

Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EBINA will be a fresh commercial landmark in central Kanagawa Prefecture. A new pedestrian deck will connect the facility to Ebina Station, through which three train lines connect: the Odakyu Odawara Line, the Sotetsu main line, and the JR Sagami Line.

LaLaport EBINA will boast 262 carefully selected stores housed amid cutting-edge design. Its central zone, EBICEN will mesh a multitude of spatial designs, shops, and events to create a new neighborhood gathering place for Ebina. Its food court, EVVIVA! will set the stage for dining enjoyment day or night, tailoring the atmosphere to the time of day. Its food store zone, EBINA Food Selection will feature a popular supermarket as one of many diverse vendors serving up new food style. LaLaport EBINA will also bring together newsworthy stores promoting a high-quality lifestyle thorough refined fashion and sundries.

The Concept behind Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EBINA

A sophisticated space matching its location with direct access to a hub station. A place for people to interact and communicate with each other. Aspiring to be a new forum for exchange capitalizing on urban convenience, LaLaport EBINA’s concept is “Feel Urban, Feel Community.”

Exterior view (image)
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Features of LaLaport EBINA

The LaLaport with direct train station access combines an urban shopping style with a community feel.

  1. EBICEN: LaLaport EBINA’s central zone on the third and fourth floors brings together people, goods, and experiences to create new interactions.
    For more information please look at the PDF(330KB)
  2. EVVIVA!: A new kind of food court great in the day and night, thanks to alcoholic beverages and accompanying snacks as well as time-appropriate atmosphere.
    For more information please look at the PDF(698KB)
  3. EBINA Food Selection: A food store zone filled with all sorts of stores, including the core supermarket Lopia known for its fantastic products.
    For more information please look at the PDF(445KB)
  4. Refined stores: A prism of shops providing highly satisfying services and products suited to lifestyles across the generations.
    For more information please look at the PDF(445KB)

  5. Wood Cube: A play area where kids can learn about coexistence with the environment, created by Mitsui Fudosan (thinning its woodland), Tokyo Toy Museum (toy direction), Daiken Corporation (space creation), and POWERPLACE Inc. (design direction).
    For more information please look at the PDF(369KB)
  6. Participation in community building around Ebina Station’s west exit area being advanced by Ebina Ougi-cho Area Management, a general incorporated association.
    For more information please look at the PDF(369KB)

Interior view (image)

Overview of Mitsui Shopping Park LaLaport EBINA

Location 13-1 Ougi-cho, Ebina City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Site area Approximately 33,000 m2
Structure Store facilities building: Steel structure, four floors Parking: Steel structure, six stories
Floor space Approximately 121,000 m2
Store floor space Approximately 54,000 m2
Number of stores 262 stores
Parking spaces Approximately 1,800 spaces
Access 1 minutes’ walk from Ebina Station on the JR Sagami Line (directly linked to the station)
3 minutes’ walk from Ebina Station on the Odakyu Odawara Line
4 minutes’ walk from Ebina Station on the Sotetsu Main Line.
Hours of Operation Sale of goods and services 10:00-21:00
Food court and restaurants 11:00-23:00
* Some stores may have different operating hours.
Design and construction Taisei Corporation
Environmental design Gensler & Associates International Ltd.
Operation and management Mitsui Fudosan Retail Management Co., Ltd.
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