Ah, the Japanese nifty sense of design. I missed this, given that I have lived in Osaka for almost 5 years. After dinner one night, my companion and I decided to check this place out, not really having a goal to buy something. We saw that they have clothing, appliances, accessories, and others.
They have a USB-powered desk fan!
But perhaps what caught our eyes the most were the nifty porcelain toothbrush holders, and we were searching far and wide for that. It looks very simple, yet it works! We bought two, and sure enough, we like how it looks in our bathroom.
Overall, this is a cool place. Small, but it definitely functions. Way cooler than the Swedish version of this concept, found in that gigantic warehouse in Tempelhof.
A rather small muji store with lots of reduced offers on sale. Staff aren't as polite as in London. The floor is quite dirty. Had to queue for quite a long time. Not comparable to muji in Hong Kong. The air was fresh as always at muji.
Well-known in Ireland and the UK for some years (and likely elsewhere in Europe), this design shop carries minimalist-inspired stationery, accessories, and clothing. Some very clever design ideas. The spartan feel and labeling conveys a no-frills tone that might lead you to think the items are inexpensive, Ikea-style. Not necessarily.
Weirdly enough, the boys and girls stuff is all mixed together, perhaps everyone in Japan is androgynous? Anyway, a bit different to most other shops around here, so worth a look. What the hell is rescued cotton?
Muji offers an interesting range of home furniture, kitchen supplies, stationery and clothing. The clothing tends to be basic, but well made, and the prices aren't too outrageous.
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