We're still having fun here in Vegas, doing tourist-ey things with the kids like exploring interesting casinos and seeing what shows we want to take in. We're also in "power shopping" mode, hitting all the outlet malls and loading up on clothes, shoes and other things to take back home. Being Japanese, my wife is quite good at organizing her shopping, and she's made a point of hitting the after-Christmas sales at Aba-Kuro, also known as Abercrombie & Fitch, the newest in-demand trendy American clothing brand in Japan. While Japanese are paying $100 or more for a single piece of clothing from the just-opened flagship store in Ginza, my wife will smile at the more reasonable prices she paid at the sales here in the States.
Abercrombie & Fitch is the new "Gap" of Japan.