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MUJI Yurakucho - CLOSED

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3-8-3 1-3f, Marunouchi, Chiyoda 100-0005 Tokyo Prefecture
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【27 Minutes】Tokyo City Lights Helicopter Tour 2
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【27 Minutes】Tokyo City Lights Helicopter Tour 2

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Explore the coast of Tokyo with this spectacular tour plan. Fly over the Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, Rainbow Bridge, Shibuya, and Marunouchi Station. Experience the sea of lights, and an unreal experience only seen from a helicopter.
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Umash wrote a review Aug 2018
138 contributions62 helpful votes
This is the largest Muji in the world. A quaint building. Lots of eateries outside but we wanted something simple and decided on Muji cafe. Did not disappoint. Must try this place
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Aoife wrote a review Aug 2018
Cambridge, United Kingdom92 contributions12 helpful votes
I brought my mum here on the first day of our two week holiday so and we’ve already been back once and gone to another Muji elsewhere because she loves it so much. This is the flagship and so it’s the biggest store, but you don’t feel too overwhelmed by what’s available as everything is neatly arranged and spread out with plenty of space to wander around without it feeling crowded. Make sure you finish your shopping with a visit to their cafe. All their food is amazing but I would recommend their four cheese focaccia and their cream soda!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Nixfl L wrote a review Jul 2018
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so so so love this place! It's very big and the prices are pretty affordable. I immediately went to the stationery area. A classic muji pen costs about ¥80 (around $1) Staff were very friendly and patient. Would go back here.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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williamkI4189BG wrote a review Mar 2018
Camp Hill, Pennsylvania22 contributions9 helpful votes
Muji (literally "unmarked" or "no name") sells attractive moderately priced merchandise with no name or logo visible and has grown in popularity over the years. Muji sells clothes, household items, writing supplies, and a few items of furniture, among other things. They have a bakery and a restaurant, too. It's kind of like IKEA but with clothing and without self-assembled furniture, and not so grandiose. Their flagship store in Yurakucho is more spacious than Muji's other stores but really does not have a better variety of merchandise. Still, it's a great experience. Muji is practically right next to Yurakucho Station and a short walk to Ginza, the Imperial Palace, and other favorite places to visit.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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faasleader wrote a review Feb 2018
Singapore400 contributions36 helpful votes
Love the bicycle workshop section plus the personalized embroidering service. Cafe is attached. They even have a fresh veggie and fruit market on the ground floor aside the gardening section. Great to see all thag Muji has to offer in 1-stop
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Date of experience: February 2018
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