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MUJI Philippines launches e-magazine, pick-up and delivery options

Steph Arnaldo
MUJI Philippines launches e-magazine, pick-up and delivery options
MUJI's first e-catalogue 'New Life' is available in these 4 branches – but only in Metro Manila

MUJI Philippines has gone the e-commerce route with the launch of New Life, the Japanese retail brand’s first online catalogue.

To order, customers must first choose which of the 4 participating MUJI branches to shop from, and then order through its respective link – Shangri-La Plaza East Wing, Power Plant Mall, Bonifacio High Street, or Greenbelt 3.

Once you’ve paid for your orders via GCash, BPI, BDO, or Security Bank online transfer, a MUJI representative will let you know once your purchases are ready for dispatch.

You can pick it up yourself, or book your preferred delivery courier.

Cut-off time for orders daily is at 3 pm.

Select MUJI household essentials are available, depending on the branch’s stocks – living, dining, and kitchen items like their plastic organizers, hooks, storage containers, coffee filters, bowls, and cutlery.

Aside from MUJI candles, photo frames, and clocks, bedsheets, pillow cases, drawers, aroma diffusers, and essential oils are also available, as well as bathroom essentials like toiletries, brushes, nail clippers, hangers, brooms, lint rollers, and mops.

Some of MUJI’s writing essentials are also available – notebooks, loose leaf fillers, paper shredders, and file boxes.

For other product inquiries, you can get in touch with your preferred branch. –

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.