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Muji to open its first Macau Store at The Venetian

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Japanese lifestyle and homewares brand Muji continues to expand its Asian footprint with plans for its first store in Macau. 

The store will be located at The Venetian Macao and is run by the Muji Hong Kong team. It will open its doors to customers in December. 

With a total retail area of 21,000 sqft, Muji describes the Macau location as the biggest store in the Hong Kong and Macau region. The two-story store is designed with the “Nature and Modern Living” concept, aiming to deliver Muji’s philosophy of “simplicity and “without unnecessary features or decorations.”

The upper floor is for artificial industrial materials, while the lower one is for natural materials such as wood, stone, and metal. In addition, Muji also offers a 700-square-feet home living thematic display area, which aims to help inspire people in their home decorations. 

According to Muji, shoppers in Macau can pick up a variety of goods from clothing for men, women, and children to food and Muji to Go essentials for on-the-go, taking care of every aspect of daily life to satisfy the needs of both locals and tourists.

Muji currently has over 1,050 stores globally, including 490 stores in Japan and 565 stores outside Japan. The brand started its footprint in Hong Kong and Mainland China in 2001 and 2005, it continues to expand its presence in other markets. 

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