Muji has a new shop in Central Chidlom, where the Japanese lifestyle brand first opened in 2006. This new space is bigger (1,800 square meters!) and stocks more product lines, many of which are only available at this branch, including Labo, its genderless fashion line, ReMuj, the brand’s upcycled garment collection, and Muji Idée, the brand's artsy collaborations.
Food lovers can also rave about the fact that, after 15 years in Thailand, Muji is finally offering ready-to-eat food, such as salad, onigiri and bento, all of which are made fresh daily. There’s also a coffee corner, a Muji Home showroom with an on-site interior advisor and a teamLab-designed interactive game that kids can enjoy while their parents shop. Can we have the Muji canteen and hotel next?