Prepare your wallets, friends, because MUJI Philippines announced last night that it’s reducing the prices of more than 200 products in its stores starting today.
The Japanese retail brand said in a Facebook post that it’s cut the prices down “to uphold their philosophy of offering good quality items that are reasonably priced.”
“The products that the brand has selected are everyday items that MUJI believes are essential in everyone’s life,” it said. “Since these items are used daily, MUJI will continuously review their material selection and production processes to create new ways to lower their prices for their customers.”
MUJI staff told Coconuts Manila that the price reduction is permanent, and not just a one-off sale.
Here are a few of the items that have become cheaper.
Acrylic Case 3 Rows
Before: PHP2,250 (US$43.32)
After: PHP1,850 (US$35.62)
Users can effortlessly organize stuff in this acrylic case. What’s more, it’s transparent, so items can be found quickly. Plus, it just looks nice.
Acrylic Water Pot
Before: PHP865 (US$16.65)
After: PHP765 (US$14.72)
This pot was designed to ensure that its contents would not spill whether it’s stored vertically or horizontally. It comes with a tea pack holder which could be used to make tea or refreshing fruit drinks.
2.5 Seater Sofa Widearm Feather Cushion
Before: PHP59,550 (US$1,147.12)
After: PHP46,500 (US$895.51)
MUJI’s sofa is made from high-quality goose feathers and comes with pocket coils that keep the shape intact. The sofa is covered with fabric that ensures that the feathers won’t pop out even if you jump on it.
Polypropylene Storage Boxes
Before: PHP1,850 (US$35.62)
After: PHP1,650 (US$31.77)
These boxes were made translucent to ensure that contents can be easily found even without opening them. They’re designed to fit together so that they can be combined easily.
MUJI is at Level 4, Shangri-La Plaza East Wing, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City
Open Mon-Thur 11am-9pm, Fri 11am-10pm, Sat 10am-10pm, Sun 10am-9pm
FB: @muji.ph | Website: www.muji.com.ph
Plus many branches across the Philippines.
Read more about places to shop around the metro here.