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MUJI Is Permanently Marking Down Several Home Essentials

Shop furniture, cleaning tools, storage solutions, and more at lower prices.

Photography: File Photo, Charlene J. Owen (main)

Diehard MUJI fans know that the Japanese lifestyle store seasonally puts a few of their products through a process called Price Review where they lower the prices of their various finds in an attempt to make their selection more accessible to a wider audience. In case you missed it, they made many of their stationery finds more budget-friendly in June—and yes, that includes their popular gel pens. Now, they're permanently slashing the prices on their stylish home essentials and furniture pieces!


You can now shop various household essentials, storage solutions, cleaning tools, kitchen items, and more MUJI home products for less. We spotted chic finds available for up to P5,000 off the original price as well as small home necessities now priced as low as P65. Remember, this is not a sale—these items are permanently lower in price, which means you can either shop them now or put them on your wish list for later. Either way, they'll be more affordable than they used to be. With everyone stuck at home amidst the enhanced community quarantine, it's the perfect time to buy new items to spruce up your personal space!

Check out the home finds now available for less at MUJI Philippines:

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You can shop the home finds from MUJI's August Price Review online.

For more information, log on to MUJI Philippines' Facebook page.

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