1.Uniqlo made the uniforms for Japan's Olympic team in 1998, 2002, and 2004.
2.Uniqlo's name comes from the words "Unique Clothing," which throws back to the company's original name, "Unique Clothing Warehouse."
优衣库这个名字来源词组“独一无二的衣物（Unique Clothing）”，追溯回公司最初的名字“独一无二的服装大仓库（Unique Clothing Warehouse）”。
3.All retail associates at Uniqlo stores worldwide are trained to hand your credit card and receipt back with both hands, as it is common in Japan.
4.Founder Tadashi Yanai views Uniqlo as "a technology company…not a fashion company."
5.Tadashi Yanai is also the richest person in Japan, with a net worth of $17.8 billion.
6.The country with the fewest Uniqlo stores (ignoring those that have none) is Germany. They only have one, in Berlin.
7.Uniqlo gets its denim from the same factory in Hiroshima that produces jeans for Levi's, Gap, Seven for all Mankind, and J. Crew.
8.In 2012, Uniqlo partnered up with Sanrio to create a Hello-Kitty-themed campaign to spread awareness of cervical cancer.
9.Uniqlo's global staff contains a higher percentage of people with disabilities than any other large business in Japan.
10.Uniqlo's best sales day ever was November 11, 2001, when the opening of its Seoul location netted $1.16 million in one day.