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Muji: Roppongi 無印良品 Cards & Stationery / Roppongi

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A Japanese retail company, which sells a wide variety of products from snacks and stationary to clothes and household goods. Muji, meaning “no brand”, is known for design minimalism, and all products are packaged simply and minimally. Its primary business includes Cafe MUJI, florist, and home furnishing. The store has over 280 stores in Japan, and also 69 shops overseas. Although, the company distinguishes itself as “no brand”, products produced by famous designers are featured recently.

Categories Cards & Stationery , Interior Design & Furniture
Nearest Station Roppongi
Address Tokyo Midtown B1F, 9-7-4 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5413-3771
Home Page http://www.muji.net (Available in English)
Business Hours 11:00am-9:00pm
Credit Cards Yes

1 Review for Muji: Roppongi


Peter
  • Muji: Roppongi
  • (2007-11-23)
  • Muji may be my favorite store in Japan. As a college student, its as if someone had peeked into my brain, anticipated everything I ever needed on an average day, and put it all into one store. Everything is inexpensive, minimalist, and functional. For instance, Muji has a whole range of traveling equipment, from back packs to tooth brush kits to about 40 different sizes of miniature shampoo bottle... Read More

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Gabriela
  • muji: Ikebukuro
  • (2009-06-30)
  • I know that Muji is supposed to be a really good brand, which is why I went. True to its name, it's very, very simple. I definitely like that when it comes to household goods, but I wasn't impressed with the clothing--it didn't seem worth the price. That being said, they had some really cute items, and I was entertained wandering around the store. I don't think I'd ever end up buying much there.

gab.ienna
  • Muji: Shinjuku
  • (2009-04-22)
  • MUJI may actually sell everything one can think of. They have a clothing department, which I am not a fan of. The clothes, as keeping with the MUJI image and all very plain and casual. However, they are more expensive than I would be willing to pay for them. The general section on the other hand was more reasonably priced. I got 5 medium size notebooks for under 300 yen. They have pens, highlighte... Read More

Biki
  • muji: Ikebukuro
  • (2009-01-16)
  • Muji reminds me of a high class 100 yen shop, Uniqlo and Ikea packaged into one store. Nothing was overly appealing or called out to me. But its a good place for essentials with relatively good quality at acceptable prices. I would exert caution with the food selection. I tried out a few items, an individual piece of layered cake, squid pasta sauce and veggie chips. They all tasted alright,... Read More

hana
  • muji: Ikebukuro
  • (2008-11-16)
  • good place to shop especially if you are new comer here to buy items with reasonable price, still good design and fairly good quality. Muji itself literally means ' no brand, good product'.( mujirushi:no brand. ryouhin:good product. we japanese call ' mujirushi' rather than muji. full name is 'mujirushi ryouhin') I like their underwear. nice cotton and simple desigin and good quality. Food sec... Read More

faleelee
  • muji: Ikebukuro
  • (2008-07-19)
  • I like Muji a lot. It's not very expensive clothing and household goods and furniture. It makes me think a little bit of what it might be like if GAP and IKEA joined forces and tried to not be a name brand. Though I have to say, for a name that means "no mark" or no brand, it's something like a brand itself now. I like the furniture better than the clothing that they have, but it's all good qu... Read More

Lissa
  • muji: Ikebukuro
  • (2008-06-05)
  • I must say while I love Muji's idea of the whole no/nothing brand, I can't help but feel like they did become a brand. For such plain clothes, I do think the prices are a little high. While yes, the clothes are adorable and great to fill in those basic needs, I always find myself reverting to Uniqlo for the most basic of necessities.

Arti383
  • muji: Ikebukuro
  • (2008-05-21)
  • Muju offers very simple and very classy clothing. Its name literally means “nothing”?no fluff, no nonsense, just clean, elegant styles. The main floor offers just clothing and accessories like hats. The top floor is furniture and household items. The basement is more household items, office supplies, and knickknacks. I personally liked the style of the clothes but, for once, I actually was l... Read More

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