Muji reopens Greenbelt 3 store

Lifestyle brand Muji, known for its home, personal care, and electronics items that reflect the Japanese minimalist way of living, reopens its store at Greenbelt 3 on June 29 after three months of intensive renovation. 

Aging Skin Care series
The new interiors of the Greenbelt 3 branch draw inspiration from nature by incorporating wood, stone, sand, and metal to its design. 

To mark the reopening, Muji Greenbelt 3 will highlight a “What is Muji?” display inside the store to introduce the brand’s products and concept to Filipino consumers. It aims to educate more Filipinos about Muji’s vision by eliminating language barriers between Japan and the Philippines.

Muji Greenbelt 3 launches its Innerwear line for men and women
Muji Essential Products such as health and beauty, stationery, travel, kitchenware, housewares, furniture, and electronics items, as well as men’s and women’s apparel, bags, shoes, and accessories are housed in the 406-square-meter store. Latest products offered at the store are the Aging Skin Care Series and Innerwear for men and women. 

Exclusive opening giveaways and promotions await customers.

On opening weekend, customers will get the chance to receive special limited giveaways such as P200 Muji gift certificates, Sensitive Skin Care samples, and an exclusive Muji Greenbelt 3 My Bag, with a minimum purchase. In addition, select Muji Essentials will be at 20 percent off, while the new Aging Skin Care and Innerwear lines will be offered with an introductory promo of 10 percent off.

Topics: Muji , Muji Greenbelt 3 My Bag , Shopping , Muji Essential Products
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