Found Muji in Tokyo showcases and sells everyday items sourced by Muji's research team that go with the brand's aesthetic.

Found Muji is a new concept store in Tokyo that showcases and sells a collection of everyday items from around the world, discovered by Muji's research team. These original houseware goods and decorative objects inspire the company and seed Muji product development.

The Japanese homeware retailer has gone back to its roots by re-branding their very first Muji store, which opened in 1983 in Tokyo's Aoyama district. Muji emphasizes exploration and discovery, searching for long-lasting items then updating and repurposing them to fit in with contemporary life and the company's clean, minimalistic aesthetic. The NY Times gives more detail about the new concept store:

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