Finally, after months of teasing, Japan’s master of all things minimal is now open at Emquartier.
Situated on the mall’s second floor, Muji’s latest store is going to be the first of its kind in Sukhumvit—meaning folks in the area don’t have to burn B37 on BTS rides to Chidlom or Siam anymore (and yes, we are hyped about that).
The new branch is big as well, like 1,500-sqm big, and takes over nearly the entire second floor of Emquartier’s building B. Just like the branches in Chidlom and Samyan Mitrtown, the new Muji in Emquartier has a cozy cafe tucked inside if you need some respite from all that shopping.
To celebrate the launch of the new branch, the first 100 customers each day get a free tote bag with prints by Thai illustrator M.L. Jirathorn Jiraprawat and his students—and there is no minimum spend to earn the bag, either. If you really want to squeeze out the free goodies from Muji’s launch, like and share the Facebook post embedded below and you can earn a free notebook when checking in at the new location (this is also limited to 100 customers per day).
Both promotions end on Oct 2.
Also, you can snag a B100 cash coupon by adding Muji's official Line account @mujithailand (until Oct 31). Now go out there and get yourself some muted clothing and accessories, you minimalist freaks.