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Muji opens its first food-based service store kitchen

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By grape Japan

Japanese retailer Mujirushi Ryohin (most commonly referred to as "Muji") is known for their "no logo" (what the store's name translates to) minimalist goods. Despite focusing on a no-frills aesthetic, Muji has established a bit of a chic image, which makes them a go-to stop for everything from stationery to furniture.

Muji also has quite the selection of ready-to-serve meals and snacks. Fans of their food offerings will now have a chance to enjoy fresh bento lunch boxes and an in-store food bar, as Muji is opening up its first store dedicated to food, "Muji Kitchen."

Muji Kitchen will be a new food-centered service area found in the new MUJIcom Higashi-Ikebukuro store, located on the first floor of Muji's headquarters. The new community-based store will offer a midday meal service, which provides freshly prepared bento and prepared meals. In addition, the store will also feature a "Retort Food Bar", which allows customers to freshly serve themselves hot meals using 50 different types of Muji's popular retort packaged curry and food lineups.

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Muji Kitchen will also be selling a wide range of seasonal vegetables and fruits, special dairy and soy products, and even desserts, with a focus on being able to buy just the right amount of food for yourself or what you need at the time, translating the minimalist theme of the store into a meal concept.

Customers can also enjoy a fully stocked frozen food section and product pickup lockers that allow orders to be received 24 hours a day, and even a "pay it forward" coffee system called Tsunagari Coffee where they can buy and post a coffee voucher on a board with a message for future customers to receive.

There will also be a "Community Connection Space" that will be closely connected to the local community initiatives and introduction of local shops.

Muji Kitchen in at MUJIcom Higashi-Ikebukuro, and access information can be found at the official website).

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For a company with a no-brand and minimalist image, their stuff sure are expensive.

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I hope the ingredients in each food are also minimalism, not more than 2.

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I don’t expect top quality or good prices from this company. My partner always insists on shopping at Takashimaya in Namba or Hankyu in Umeda. Obviously as a woman she adores the cakes and pastries and in Takashimaya especially the fresh produce is high quality and keenly priced.

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