Muji is a Japanese brand that sells minimal style homeware, cookware, clothing, storage (acrylic), stationary and other rare pieces of bric-a-brac.
Everything at Muji is innovative and very accessible unlike a lot of homeware stores that sell storage that look good but aren't necessarily good at the function.
Muji's products although very simple; the clothes for example tend to be made of natural fabrics and one colour, nothing bright or garish, look good on and are good quality.
I could buy everything in this store. Prices are reasonable and I am always finding useful things, whether it be a teapot, and a storage box for my make up.
It is Japanese version of Primark. In Japan it is not expensive at all, very reasonable.
I like the design, very simple and stylish. My partner likes their business card holder( he puts all his cards and uses as a wallet). I am not happy with the price as I know how much it should cost originally but if you do not have chances to travel Japan, it is good price to pay. Still worth it. They have much more different items including foods, so it is a bit shame that they do not offer it in UK.
I like their gel type pen, it is very smooth writing!
If someone asked my what my fave shop ever is I would probably say Muji. It stocks a bit of everything from pens in every colour of the rainbow to comfy cotton pajamas.
I adore the stationery. Like everything else Muji stocks, its simple and stylish and not too expensive.
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