Japanese retailer Mujirushi Ryouhin (most commonly referred to as “Muji”) is known for their “no logo” (what the store’s name translates to) minimalist goods. Despite focusing on a no-frills aesthetic, Muji has established a bit of a chic image, which makes them a go-to stop for everything from stationery to furniture.
Muji also has quite the selection of ready-to-serve meals and snacks. Fans of their food offerings will now have a chance to enjoy fresh bento lunch boxes and an in-store food bar, as Muji is opening up its first store dedicated to food, “Muji Kitchen”.
Muji Kitchen will be a new food-centered service area found in the new MUJIcom Higashi-Ikebukuro store, located on the first floor of Muji’s headquarters.
Author: Grape Japan