Muji opens in Pavilion KL

The minimalist design lifestyle Japanese shop – Muji has finally arrived in Malaysia after so many years!

MUJI @ pavilion KL

Products of Muji are loved for its very unified look and minimalism.

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But that’s not to say that’s its pure aesthetics; as Muji products are essentially functional as well. Add quality and durability into the package and we have a brand loved by many.

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The Malaysian outlet  stocks more than 4,000 items including household wares, skincare, apparel, bags and stationery.

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I was hooked onto the kitchen range (I never knew they had kitchenware!) and their bedding stock.

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At some areas, one is reminded of a certain Swedish furniture brand, largely due to the design and layout.

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If you’re a fan of flaunting branded items, then this “no-brand” products might not work for you. However, truth to be told, Muji has become a cult-brand by itself, and its design so well recognized that a stamp of the brand on the products itself is redundant.

No frills, functional and quality products. That’s Muji for you.

If the wallet allows. 🙂

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Muji Malaysia opens its doors at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur at noon today for the general public. All items are at 20% off in celebration of the grand launch.

This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Edi神

    nice… super nice! hope it last forever!

    1. rebeccasaw

      It will! Both the store and products i hope 😛

  2. Sean

    oooo, clothes! i need a new pair of slacks … maybe i can get one here 😀

    1. rebeccasaw

      Oh can’t rmbr if there were slacks!
      Shirts are a aplenty! And plain designs. Suits you to the T! 😀

  3. Danny New

    Thanks for the share Rebecca! I do like the store layout tho!

    1. rebeccasaw

      Layout is fine. Uncluttered, as the products of the brand are. Just expensive.

  4. Akulah Pak Lan

    Sooner or later pavillion will turn become japan town. Haha.. If im not mistaken. There are a lot japanese shop over there.

    1. rebeccasaw

      Smart actually. Knowing Malaysians affinity for all things Jap, it’s a crowd puller for Pavilion.

  5. Fiona

    Finally! We don’t have to travel to SG for Muji! Muji is gonna make me bankrupt he he he

    1. rebeccasaw

      Hahah.. now I’m not sure if it’s a good idea for Muji to open in Msia! 😛

      1. Fiona

        Hehehe thank goodness I don’t go Pavilion very often. If KLCC yes but not Pavilion 😛

        I’m more interested to get their storage boxes box the makeups and skin cares 🙂

      2. rebeccasaw

        Hehe.. then it’s ok la. cos the storage boxes & so forth are useful, and Muji is supposedly in the long run it’s value for money also!

    1. rebeccasaw

      Hi hi!
      Nope, I didn’t see it when I was there. Not sure about now though, since I haven’t been back since!

  6. al

    Do they sell their cosmetic product range here?

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