MUJI’s Biggest Store Makes Us Want to Visit Japan ASAP
It's a one-stop shop for food items, home essentials, clothes, and cute stationery finds
MUJI has a distinct aesthetic that we’ve all come to love. How many times have you passed by a store without bringing home a tiny notebook or a sleek organizer? The displays are captivating and with the brand’s minimalist appeal, it has become quite a crowd-favorite. If you’re visiting Japan soon or you’re planning a trip before the year ends, you may want to check out MUJI’s largest store in the world found inside the Aeon Mall in Osaka.
Measuring 4,300sqm it’s a huge wonderland filled with the items we love plus new additions that will surely delight visitors. Make a beeline for your favorites (the stationery section is huge!), grab a new blanket or two, and don’t forget to give the food a try. Take a quick tour and check out the photos below:
Love those thin brown notebooks so much? Hoard them in different sizes, get a couple of pens, and reward yourself with a few more functional souvenirs that you can use every day.
Updating your wardrobe? Bring back the laid-back style into the game with a few pieces you can wear to work, on weekends, or on days when you simply want to play dress up at home.
Looking for new items that can instantly spruce up your space? The Home section is a feast for the senses—there are essentials in glorious neutral colors, a bed that seems to invite you to enjoy a quick power nap, and other must-haves that can help you achieve the Japanese/minimalist-inspired space you’ve always wanted.
Are you a #plantito or a #plantita? Rejoice! There’s a special nook where green wonders shine. We want two or three of the lovely planters, too!
But the real stars of MUJI’s largest store? The food! Half of the whole floor space is dedicated to meat, fresh produce, and dried goods to attract customers and encourage them to visit on a daily basis.
In an article published by Inside Retail Asia, Kei Suzuki, director and executive officer of MUJI operator Ryohin Keikaku Co., mentioned that customers are “keen to have a good fresh product and they are in tune with freshness, sustainability, and supporting local farmers and suppliers.”
Fruits, vegetables, and other fresh ingredients are neatly displayed in wooden containers to attract buyers.
After spending hours shopping for yourself, your friends, and the home, don’t forget to stop by Café & Meal for a drink and a slice of cake, too.
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