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5 Small, Useful Items from MUJI You Can Get for Less Than P250

These can make your life a tad bit easier.

Photography: Charlene J. Owen

Japanese retailer MUJI is known for its somewhat expensive collection of household products, including storage, kitchenware, bath essentials (remember the famous tabo?), and stationery; but if you patiently go through their aisles, you'll realize that for most part, you're paying for quality. Moreover, not everything in the store is pricey—many tiny items which you didn't know you needed cost less than P300. Here are five we found quite useful:

Mini Dust Bin, P245

This mini dust bin is perfect if you're a dormer with roommates, as you can personalize and keep neat your tiny work area with it. It's also great if you do arts and crafts, as it can temporarily store paper waste, which you can throw into your main garbage bin at the end of the day.

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Tiny Brush, P65

This tiny brush is a one of three cleaning tools for those hard-to-reach areas. It's perfect for dusting off your keyboard and other electronics.

Large Food Bag Clips (5 pcs), P115

Seal your snack and bread bags with these clips prior to storage. You can also get a smaller set of five for P95.


Small Wrap Case, P225

This wrap case is a sturdier, reusable option for the usual boxes of your wax paper and plastic sheets.


Set of Small Color Pens, P225

Use these cute, handy pens to label your things when organizing them. 

MUJI is located in Shangri-La Plaza East Wing, Greenbelt 3, Power Plant Mall Rockwell, Bonifacio High Street Central, and Mall of Asia.

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