Take a look at Muji’s Tokyo flagship store that now stocks groceries and tiny homes


Everyone’s favorite minimalist shopping haven Muji has given their Tokyo flagship store a facelift that you wouldn’t believe. While you may be used to shopping for their pared down clothing and home accessories, this store is now fully stocked for your grocery needs too. Located in the Japanese capital’s Yurakucho neighborhood, the Muji flagship store will now feature a grocery section packed with in-season produce.


‘The goal of the vegetable/fruit market we created is to offer an opportunity for the customers to think about the producers and the places where the food came from, and review their relationship with food,’ said now world famous brand.

The produce is sourced from farms that use minimal pesticides and chemicals and in true hipster Muji style, the products will be displayed with a note from the producers and some seasonally-appropriate ways to eat them.

But grocery isn’t even the biggest change in the store, it will also showcase their Muji Hut, a 9-sq-m tiny home that will retail for around $27,000. Advisers will be on hand to provide information about Muji Hut to potential customers.

The in-store model features a single room with a kind of porch area. We don’t yet know if the model is customizable as tiny homes usually tend to be.

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The store continues to sell the clothing, stationery and homewares that they are well known for as well as a selection of rather cool bicycles.

[Via:Designboom]