Muji to open largest Philippine store in Mandaluyong


Japanese retail store Muji is opening its largest Philippine store in the first quarter this year at Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong. 

Japanese retail store Muji is opening its largest Philippine store in the first quarter this year at Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong. 
The largest Philippine store of Muji will carry the brand’s unisex clothing line, Muji Labo. 

The branch is an expansion of the Muji store in the mall that closed for renovation in September. Once it reopens, the 400-square meter outlet will feature a 1,400-square meter retail space that will house new specialty products and services exclusively available at the branch. 

Muji Shangri-La Plaza store will showcase various textures and natural materials such as old wood and metal. With its larger space, the brand, known for its minimalist products, will have around 4,000 items available under health and beauty, stationery, travel, kitchenware, houseware, furniture, and electronics categories, as well as men’s and women’s apparel, children’s wear, innerwear, bags, shoes, and accessories. 

The expanded store will house Muji Labo, the brand’s unisex clothing line; the first Muji water refilling station where customers can refill their Muji water bottle (to be available in store at P160) for free; and free consultation services for furniture, storage, interior coordination, styling coordination, and product recommendations provided by Muji Advisors. 

Japanese retail store Muji is opening its largest Philippine store in the first quarter this year at Shangri-La Plaza in Mandaluyong. 
Customers can refill their Muji water bottle for free at the refilling station in the Shangri-La branch.

It will also feature the Open Muji area where the brand will showcase concepts and house activities as well as serve as the venue for Muji Advisor-led workshops. Muji will reintroduce its bestsellers at better prices with its Price Review campaign.

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