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Japan Home Centre Just Opened a New Store in the South and It Has Three Floors

They've got boxes and baskets in every shape, size, and color.

Japan Home Centre, a one-stop shop for all kinds of home and life essentials, is a popular destination for veteran shoppers who love scoping the Metro for the best budget-friendly finds. It's where you can find kitchen items, dinnerware, storage solutions, office supplies, cleaning tools, and so many more everyday necessities for as low as P88! If you love dropping by their many stores across Metro Manila and beyond, you've got to add their latest outpost to your must-visit list: Japan Home Centre's newest branch in BF Homes, Parañaque City, which opened on March 16, has three floors of affordable home items and everyday essentials!


Yes, you read that right: Three. Whole. Floors. That means you could easily browse through this Japan Home Centre store for hours on end—and we doubt you'll ever get bored! The shop is currently on soft opening, which means some areas—particularly the lower ground floor which houses a D.I.Y. Hardware store—is currently still closed.

We got to take a peek inside the store thanks to a Facebook post by local travel blogger Diary Two, who paid the new shop a visit. According to the blogger, the upper ground floor is composed of Japan Home Centre’s usual selection of varied household items, albeit at an exponential size. You’ll notice that many items do not have a price tag, which means they’re available at the store’s standard P88 rate.

On the top floor, you’ll find even more cool and useful finds including home organizers, cooking and baking tools, cleaning devices, pet toys, ceramic dinnerware, stationery, and more. Diary Two notes that they've even got some items for as low as P66, particularly on the third floor. The store also has an entire section dedicated to Hello Kitty-themed finds called the Sanrio Corner. You wouldn't want to miss an inch of the gargantuan store, so we suggest clearing your weekend schedule and making lots time to visit and take a thorough look around. Be sure to explore every floor, shelf, and display. Don't forget to wear your face mask and face shield and of course, have fun!

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Here's a peek inside Japan Home Centre's new store:

It's not every day you see a Japan Home Centre with an escalator inside.

Get ready to browse through shelves upon shelves of both dinnerware, home essentials, quirky knickknacks, and so much more.


Need some home organizers or storage containers to help you declutter your space?

They've got boxes and baskets in every shape, size, and color.


These pretty cleaning tools could be your motivation to tidy up each day.

Stock up on cooking and baking tools like tongs, spatulas, strainers, cookie cutters, and more when you drop by the store's kitchen section.


They've got pots and pans, too.

Keep your eyes peeled for these chic ceramics—some pieces can go for as low as P66!


They've even got cute mugs you can score for P99 a set.

Looking for stationery and crafting tools? They've got you covered.


Pet parents, they've got lots of items you can shop for your furbabies.

The store has an entire section dedicated to just Hello Kitty-themed items. Feast your eyes on these pink kitchen tools.


We want everything from the Sanrio Corner!

Japan Home Centre's new store is at 62 Aguirre Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque City.

For more information, log on to Japan Home Centre Philippines' Facebook page.

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