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Muji Xmas 03.5208.8241
Accessories: Dec 21, 2005

City in the Bag

Even though Christmas isn't really celebrated in Japan, it hasn't stopped retailers from pushing the holiday as something to be thankful for, and of course, to help encourage sales. The once great utilitarian Muji, more and more expanding into pretty much anything a human being would need (including a home), has now joined in the fun with its own special Xmas campaign that includes not only gifts ideas from the regular array of Muji goods, but also a new series of products that have been inspired from countries around the world and then reproduced/repackaged under the Muji brand. It's certainly a nice collection, from toys made of tin and wood to Teddy Bear cushions and even a limited-edition black version of the their famous Naoto Fukasawa-designed Wall-Mounted CD Player (and it even comes with a Muji-compiled Christmas CD). Try to get your hands on the beautiful catalogue also, which is published in four languages (Japanese, English, French, and Chinese).

LINK: Muji Xmas
LINK: Muji

Muji Yurakucho
3-8-3 Marunouchi

t. 03.5208.8241
f. 03.5208.8243

Teddy Bear
Teddy Bear, Sausage Dog, and Mini Cushions

Wine Opener
Wine Opener

City in the Bag
City in the Bag

Jigsaw Message Card
Jigsaw Message Card (Stocking, Snowman, and Christmas Tree)

Wall-Mounted CD Player
Wall-Mounted CD Player (with Xmas Compilation CD, and additional speaker)

Tin Boat
Tin Boat

Tin Robot
Tin Robot

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