MUJI is known for offering highly functional and durable products for reasonable prices. They offer a variety of inner wear that are perfect to put on under your sweater or shirt to keep your body warm without compromising your passion for fashion.
MUJI offers a large selection of food/snacks in Japan, which are like the minimalistic version of Trader Joe’s. Packaged small to upgrade unfairly undervalued “eat alone” experiences, their rich flavors/aroma will lighten your busy day, “Umami” therapy – instead of aroma therapy – anyone?
MUJI’s toothbrushes, most likely designed by Naoto Fukasawa, are small. When you use it, you would feel like you are brushing your teeth one by one, because the head is about the same size as one tooth. You would be brushing one teeth, then the space between the next teeth, and then the next tooth, and the gumline..
MUJI’s tiny porcelain toothbrush stand is one of MUJI’s most popular items. Customers buy them in bulk, often assortment of different colors, and use them for various purposes, not just as a toothbrush stand. Not only was the product well received, it unleashed users’ creativity.
Aku-tori (scam buster) is a popular item in Japanese kitchen. MUJI designed the product with the right angle so that it’s easy to make your soup scum-free!
MUJI’s simple and sleek gel-ink ballpoint pen is a popular item that lets your rediscover the joy of writing: it’s smooth, smear-free and colorful.
Many daily household items are not a feast for the eyes, and you are not inspired or excited when you use them. But does it have to be that way? The MUJI cooking scale is just beautiful in design and delivers great functionality (and is semi solar-powered). It is inspiring to find how just one aesthetically pleasing cooking scale can uplift your life.
MUJI released a “hut” in 2017 which is even tinier than a “tiny house.” Coming with the interior size of 9.1 m2, it delivers agility, mobility and flexibility you would never expected from a house. “Place it anywhere you want,” says MUJI. With the MUJI Hut, you are almost free to choose your ideal location to spend your time.
MUJI’s simple, minimalist Oak Bench is a “tote” bench. It’s agile, mobile and will add lively and flexible flow, movements and accents to your room.
Many everyday products are designed based on the assumption that “bigger is the better.” But MUJI’s tiny toothbrush stand – one of their best selling items – reminds us that small is simply beautiful. Small items fit our body and our living environment so smoothly and consciously. They let you engage and take control your own life.