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I brought my mum here on the first day of our two week holiday so and we’ve already been back once and gone to another Muji elsewhere because she loves it so much. This is the flagship and so it’s the biggest store, but you...More
so so so love this place! It's very big and the prices are pretty affordable. I immediately went to the stationery area. A classic muji pen costs about ¥80 (around $1) Staff were very friendly and patient. Would go back here.
Muji (literally "unmarked" or "no name") sells attractive moderately priced merchandise with no name or logo visible and has grown in popularity over the years. Muji sells clothes, household items, writing supplies, and a few items of furniture, among other things. They have a bakery...More
Love the bicycle workshop section plus the personalized embroidering service. Cafe is attached. They even have a fresh veggie and fruit market on the ground floor aside the gardening section. Great to see all thag Muji has to offer in 1-stop
I love Muji
They sell houses (looked like flat pack) and remodel kitchens and baths ?!
Pretty sure - obviously my Japanese not great-
The store os so fantastic and so much more than the US stores.
Recommend a visit - especially if you like/prefer...More
Impressive Muji store with unusual sections include Found Muji, a collection of art, and Muji Books. There is a cafe on floor 2. Love the layout with bookshelves in a meander pattern snaking near the ceiling.
My impression of Muji stores are generally very good. Friendly and helpful staff member are usually standard practices for Muji stores, but not this Muji store in Yurakucho. Staff members were not active in greeting the customers. My husband tried on a jacket, but decided...More
Good gracious I can't get enough of the clean lines, classic clothing and natural aesthetics of this place. I enjoyed hanging out in the flagship store. It definitely was the biggest one I've seen. The also have a place to rent bikes and a cafe.
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular