Japanese lifestyle label Muji is set to open its biggest store in Singapore on July 21.
The Japanese retail chain will open a 1,896 sq m outlet, its first flagship store in South-east Asia, at Plaza Singapura.
The store will be Muji’s 11th outlet in Singapore and will house the third Cafe & Meal Muji eatery, which will seat 70 diners.
According to a press release, the flagship store will reveal original concepts adapted from Muji Japan and serve as a community ground for people “to come together, explore design and arts ideas, and experience various learning anchors”.
More than just a retail concept, the new store will have an open space which will be used for educational activities on culture, art and design. These will include exhibitions, galleries, creative workshops and talks.
Fans of the store can also look forward to new merchandise lines including Muji Labo, a basic apparel line; and Idee, a brand that includes original furniture, houseware, textile, apparel, gardening goods and stationery.
A selection of furniture and accessories will also be sold exclusively at the flagship store.
Muji’s flagship will open on July 21, at 01-10 to 17 in Plaza Singapura. Opening hours are from 10am to 10pm daily.
This story was originally published in The Straits Times on July 5, 2017.