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April 11, 2013 
Kimono-clad women (C) look at a show window of a luxury brand store at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Kimono-clad women look at a show window of a luxury brand store at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district 
Kimono-clad women (C) look at a show window of a luxury brand store at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district April 11, 2013. After a decade and a half of self-imposed austerity, there are signs that wealthier Japanese shoppers are spending more. Confidence is rising, and with it sales of high-end goods and clothes, giving retailers a boost. The trigger has been Japan's radical gamble to end deflation under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe - a combination of aggressive monetary easing, currency devaluation and promises of reform dubbed "Abenomics." REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS) 
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