INSIDE: MUJI Tokyo is a dream come true for lovers of style, elegance, and simplicity. Updated April 2019.
- 1 MUJI Tokyo Shibuya
- 2 MUJI HOUSEHOLD
- 3 Other MUJI products to buy at MUJI in Shibuya Tokyo
- 4 What to buy in MUJI Tokyo?
- 5 MUJI Travel
- 6 MUJI FOOD & MUJI CAFE SHIBUYA
- 7 MUJI CLOTHING FOR WOMEN
- 8 MUJI CLOTHING FOR MEN & MUJI STATIONERY
- 9 MUJI CHILDREN & MUJI MATERNITY
- 10 MUJI Shibuya Playground.
- 11 Sneak peek at the MUJI Shibuya Playroom
- 12 The Inside Scoop – Where is Muji in Tokyo?
- 13 How to get to Muji Shibuya
- 14 Map of MUJI Japan in Shibuya
- 15 Shibuya MUJI Nursing Room
- 16 Toadstool Rating – MUJI Tokyo Japan Store
- 17 Looking for MORE SUPER DOOPER FUN places to visit in TOKYO?
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MUJI Tokyo Shibuya
If you are shopping in Japan, you must visit MUJI Japan in Shibuya. It’s not the largest Muji store in Japan, but it’s my favourite. (The MUJI global flagship store “MUJI GINZA” is situated in Ginza, Tokyo’s Namiki-dori. The new MUJI concept hotel is opening in 2019 on the same site.)
Take a peek at what you can buy at MUJI Tokyo Shibuya. In my dream life, I’d buy the contents from the entire store.
Here’s a peek at my favourite things at the MUJI shop.
B1F MUJI Living room, Bedroom, Kitchen & Dining room and Household goods
That MUJI furniture setting! That shelving! That buffet! That MUJI table!
I’m still dreaming about this oak dining table and the shelving unit with the box drawers. This is my minimalist-Japanese-Nordic fusion design dream come true.
At MUJI, there’s a range of products including a MUJI bed, a MUJI couch, a MUJI cushion or two, a MUJI pillow for the bed, MUJI sheets, MUJI bedding, MUJI shelves, and a MUJI desk. (Actually multiples of most of these)
I could, and do, spend hours in this shop in Shibuya every single time I visit Tokyo.
I’m drawn to MUJI in Shibuya like I’m under a magic spell.
Simple but elegance tableware, all in white. I love a good dinner setting that you can keep adding to. These MUJI plates with the rounded edges and sides speak to my soul.
MUJI also sells plain but useful onsen-style bathing tools. The stool! The MUJI bucket! The MUJI water scoop!
They also have a fab MUJI dish rack to organise your washing up.
Other MUJI products to buy at MUJI in Shibuya Tokyo
MUJI is my favourite Japanese brand because you can trust the design and function of everything they make. When someone asks, which are the best MUJI products, I point them in this direction.
- MUJI toothbrush
- MUJI watch
- MUJI bottles
- MUJI raincoat
- MUJI alarm clock
- MUJI rice cooker
- MUJI backpack
- MUJI blanket
- MUJI slippers
- a MUJI coat
- a MUJI brush
But my favourite MUJI Japanese shop purchase to date is my dark denim Japanese style apron. I adore it. Oh, and MUJI chocolate. Don’t miss the chocolate.
What to buy in MUJI Tokyo?
B1F also has its’ own decadent Food Hall (Grocery), filled with organic and quality food products that foodies will adore!
If nothing else catches your eye, stock up big on MUJI food products including the best rice crackers I’ve ever eaten. Take a few extra bags for the plane trip home. You’ll thank me.
1F – MUJI Bicycle and Travel goods
MUJI has a range of stylish but simple travel suitcases, in all sizes. They also sell bicycles. It’s a one stop shop, this one!
MUJI now sells Eco Soulife bowls, plates and cups, from Australia!
Did you know these biodegradable dining ware are made from vegetable waste matter of corn, starch, bamboo and rice husks. When you’ve finished with them, they biodegrade back to the earth, unlike plastic. Clever!
MUJI FOOD & MUJI CAFE SHIBUYA
2F – Muji Cafeteria and Delicatessen
Muji Cafe Tokyo and Delicatessen is on Level 2. I haven’t eaten there yet but I’ve heard good reports that they serve nutritious but simple fare. Just like the MUJI ethos.
MUJI CLOTHING FOR WOMEN
3F – Womenswear, Health and beauty
MUJI Department store is one shop in Japan where I can fit into my normal size clothing (10-12). I have a few navy MUJI dresses in my wardrobe – surprise, surprise. My favourite MUJI dress is a linen one with a waist tie. I love a good MUJI coat too.
MUJI fashion is a simple style never goes out of fashion.
I love MUJI shoes too, not that I’m always successful in finding a pair to fit.
MUJI CLOTHING FOR MEN & MUJI STATIONERY
4F – Menswear, Stationery, MUJI books
We head to the fourth floor for the MUJI stationery including MUJI notebooks, MUJI pens, a MUJI brush pen set, a MUJI schedule book, and MUJI diaries. The simple style lets me concentrate on my writing work so I always have a MUJI notebook or two in my handbag, and my MUJI diary close by.
MUJI CHILDREN & MUJI MATERNITY
5F – Children’s wear, Maternity, TOYS!, parent’s room, and the Muji Shibuya Playground!
- Beautiful and simply packaged wooden toys and books.
- MUJI baby clothes
- MUJI kids wear
- MUJI maternity clothes
- MUJI baby products
- MUJI wooden toys
- MUJI toys including Pull alongs, blocks, musical instruments, roller toys, puzzles, and more.
- School and stationery goods too.
MUJI Shibuya Playground.
MUJI Japan Store has a Play Area for Kids!
When you travel or have a big day out with kids, a playground find is like a lotto win. Totally unexpected AND somewhat life-changing!
The MUJI Tokyo Shibuya Playroom shows us that the big bosses are listening. Mamas need a respite every now and then when they shop. Big cheers to MUJI management for making this MUJI Shibuya Playroom a reality.
In Japan, more than most cities, the sheer busyness and volume of people can tire even the most stoic child, and finding somewhere where they can run off a bit of steam is not just fun, it’s a necessity. But finding a playground in mid-city Tokyo in amongst the shops is near impossible.
When Roam the Gnome and I stumbled upon this Muji Shibuya Playroom space for children 0 – 3 years old on Level 5, we were ecstatic!
Having playroom in the Muji/Loft building means we can meet everyone’s needs.
We can bargain with the kids with a promise that after we’ve done our craft AND food AND stationery shopping (in record time with kids in tow), we’ll then pop up to Level 5F in MUJI for a bit of playtime in the most beautiful (if small) of natural timber settings.
And we can browse around this level while they do!
READ MORE: Don’t miss other favourite store LOFT .
Hot tip: MUJI LOFT – You can cross over to the LOFT Shibuya shop easily but only via the B1F (near the Muji Grocery shop) and 1st floors.
Sneak peek at the MUJI Shibuya Playroom
MUJI outdoes itself with their sweet timber play area for small children. It’s calm, clean, and full of considerate Japanese folk.
MUJI Shoe Rack to keep the kids shoes organised (Oh Japan, we love you!)
Ramps, Rolling Toys, Ride-on’s and Magnetic Boards
Rocking horses and Hammering Toys
The Muji Kids room has toys for toddlers, babies and young children under 5 or 6.
Miniature Ball Pit (with wooden balls!)
Book corner (Japanese books only)
A few cushions for adult bottoms wouldn’t go astray!
Dedicated Pram Parking
MUJI Snacks for kids are available for sale too!
The Inside Scoop – Where is Muji in Tokyo?
Address: 21-1 Udagawa-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Website: Click here (Use translator to switch text to English)
MUJI store hours: 10am to 9pm
How to get to Muji Shibuya
- The Shibuya branch of Muji is near to the main Shibuya Crossing. From the JR Shibuya station, walk out the Hachiko Exit (West Side) passing the Dog Statue. Cross at the main crossing.
- Walk up Inokashira Dori and follow the road, past another crossing, (don’t turn sharp left at this intersection, continue on this road and it will start to veer left on a slight diagonal.) Walk past Cartier, and the Disney store and you’ll left Muji on your left opposite Rakuten Cafe. NB: Loft is directly behind Muji. Easiest way is to go through the building.
Map of MUJI Japan in Shibuya
Shibuya MUJI Nursing Room
- Muji has a nappy change and nursing room with bottle warming facilities, just behind the MUJI Shibuya Playroom
Toadstool Rating – MUJI Tokyo Japan Store
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