Here you won’t find logos or objects with no clear utility at first glance. The Japanese are known to be masters of organisation, order and minimalism. For many of them, the ikigai, that vital purpose that gives meaning to their lives, is to surround themselves with functional, practical objects. Well, there is a Japanese paradise in the Salamanca neighbourhood where we can bring order and harmony to our spaces. Muji is much more than a shop, it is a concept that offers variety without sacrificing or compromising quality. Home, fashion based on basics for the whole family, home and office furniture, beauty, kitchenware, Japanese food? Stationery, household linen… These are the keys to the business.
For travellers, Muji is a real paradise where you can find magical solutions (and not just light suitcases) to optimise space. But they don’t stop there. Their motto is: organise well, live better. For them, this means having everything in sight and in its place, that’s why they offer several ways of storage, in sight, or keeping everything tidy even inside drawers and cupboards. Made of cardboard, metal, rattan or acrylic, if for the Japanese everything has its place, why not imitate them?
Functionality is one of the keys to Muji’s business, but without compromising the quality of the product. Neutral in style (almost universal), everyone will find what they are looking for.
Believing that well-being is forged by adding small pleasures of everyday life, we surround ourselves with elements that help to nourish it. In this, Muji is a reference. They have a complete range of beauty products for skin care and functional and beautiful objects to make coming home an experience in search of happiness.
Aroma diffusers, essential oils and candles. Muji closes the wellness circle with a complete range of products for the home.
The selection of quality materials, streamlining processes and simplifying to the maximum make Muji a different business that is committed to sustainability and offering answers from a practical philosophy.