Wandering with Muji to GO

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I’ve been a fan of Muji since I discovered the brand, and have been to many places with their travel items. The hanging toiletries case served me well, specially in hostel bathrooms that have very limited space, and the neck cushion helped make those long bus and train rides comfortable.

First in my shopping list: the Multi-way cape

In a couple of days I’ll be leaving for Japan, the land of anime, manga, and Muji. Rotch, who’s in charge of our itinerary, made sure to include the biggest Muji store in Tokyo. Heaven help us.

This year, Muji is once again bringing their Muji to GO raffle, where a single receipt of Php 5,000 in any Muji store in the Philippines (with at least Php500 worth of Muji to GO travel item) entitles you to one raffle ticket. This gives you the chance to win one of the following: a Muji travel set (which includes a 56L hand carry case and assorted travel accessories and garments), two round trip tickets to Tokyo via Delta Airlines, or a Canon Ixus 220 HS digital camera. Promo runs from March 16 to April 9, 2012, and winners will be announced on April 12 at the Muji Bonifacio High Street branch. Please note that Promo does not include visa processing, insurance, travel taxes, pocket money, hotel accommodations and the like. Interested participants should be at least 21 years old with a valid passport for at least 6 months prior to departure.

Another worthy investment (specially if you love to shop when you travel): Foldable Bags

Since the summer travel season is almost here, Muji is taking 10% off on the total purchase for every three (3) selected Health and Beauty items, and 5% off on the total amount for every two (2) selected garment items. With deals like this, MUJI items would undoubtedly end up in their luggage this summer. Visit MUJI Philippines on Facebook for more details.

A great gift for the traveler in your life: TP Clear Pouch with PET and PP Bottles, great for hand-carried toiletries and liquids

Muji is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc. (SSI) in the Philippines. Muji has branches in Bonifacio High Street, Powerplant Mall at Rockwell Center, Greenbelt 3 and SM Mall of Asia. Open for a limited period only in Alabang Town Center, Rustan’s Makati and 158-Designers’ Blvd at The Podium.

Article by Nina Fuentes

Nina doesn't aim to travel to every country in the world -- she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. She started traveling in 2006, and hopes to travel for as long as she can. Her travel blog, Just Wandering won the Best Travel Blog in the 2010 Philippine Blog Awards and in the 2011 Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards.

This Article Has 8 Comments
  1. Magpa-contest ka naman ng Muji travel bags, Nina *runs*

  2. Donnie Ray says:

    ang bonggels ng multi-way cape! bet ko :)

    oo nga, pacontest ka na!

  3. Filipina S. Mendoza says:

    pls give tips about visa to japan, where can i get it if im from batangas, when is the best time to go there(discounted fare,nice weather) etc.

  4. Oh wow. And to think I just spent some stuff at Muji while I was there. Sana tinodo ko na! Hahaha!

  5. Some of that stuff looks amazing to have on the road!

  6. I’m happy I met you before you flew off to Japan :)
    Muji is quite popular in New York too so I won’t be surprised if it gets the same reception in many Asian cities.

    I like the uncluttered look of their stores and how useful the stuff they actually sell!

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