Japanese brand shoes Wakai amazed by film star as it comes to Cambodia market

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Phnom Penh: After 10 years of being known as a high quality and unique brand of shoes in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, Wakai has now come to Cambodian market. Having launched its first store, the shoe brand is recognized and appreciated by celebrities and individuals as affordable, comfortable, and fashionable for the youth.

Jah Deth, the actor in a new TV series “My Love Journal” said that shoes are an important factor making him more attractive and handsome. He added that choosing the right shoes also makes him feel fresh and confident in his career.

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When asked about the Wakai shoes he was wearing, Ja Deth happily said, “When I wear Wakai, I feel very comfortable because it is so lightweight and very soft. In terms of fashion, it is so stylish and can be worn with many kinds of clothes”

Wakai is made and designed by Japanese people who are dedicated to quality, comfort, creativity, and affordability.

Clemence Tan, General Manager of Henry Allen Marketing, which imports Wakai to the Cambodian market said that Wakai is a brand that embodies the young, dynamic and spirited individual. It embraces the lifestyle of these sophisticated urbanites by offering products that are carefully crafted and passionately fused with Japanese spirits. 1.8 Million pairs of Wakai shoes were sold between 2012 to 2017 and 1 out of every 145 Indonesians own a pair of Wakai shoes.

Clemence Tan said “Confident that Wakai will be the trendsetter for shoes amongst the youth in Cambodia” 

To celebrate the grand opening of stores located on the ground floor in Aeon Mall Sen Sok City, Wakai offers discounts of up to 20% from March 15 to April 18, 2020.

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