On Thursday, April 4th, 2019, MUJI's global flagship store, MUJI Ginza, will open on Namiki Street in Ginza, Tokyo.MUJI aims to be a platform for building better connections between people, people and nature, and people and society. The new Ginza global flagship store will be something to ponder for all who come across it: people from around the world visiting Ginza, those living and working here, producers creating new products to sell here, and more. The idea is to be a place for them to actually meet, and for new connections to be formed. For that reason, from the perspective of customers, we have gathered the products and services that is truly necessary in our daily lives. Together with two firsts for Japan, MUJI HOTEL GINZA and MUJI Diner, we are spreading MUJI's idea of 「a Simple, Pleasant Life」 from Ginza to the world.

Store Information

  • Fruits & Vegetables (1F)

    We stock fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables - including organic varieties and those produced with less agrochemicals - from farms throughout Japan, particularly the prefectures neighboring the Kanto region. Tasting service is carried out every day, and customers can learn about what makes the fruit and vegetables so good, as well as the story of how they were grown. We wish to help with our customers' fun and flavorful everyday life.

  • MUJI HOTEL (6F-10F)

    MUJI HOTEL is MUJI's version of accommodation for travelers. MUJI HOTEL offers great sleep at the right price, provides a space supporting both body and soul while away from home, and connects travellers to local communities.


    This is a consultation service regarding any annoyances in daily life. Specialized staff members will help you create your ideal home by tackling your storage concerns, guiding you on which products to select, and even providing advice on how to coordinate your entire home. We offer a wide variety of support services, as we even have advisers who could visit your home to help you replace light bulbs, clean the blinds, and resolve any other annoyances in your home.


    The base from which MUJI sends out its integrated design culture. With two Gallery spaces displaying items related to production and design, a Salon for meeting over coffee or drinks, a Library full of books on design and art, and a Lounge for hosting events, this is where MUJI sends out messages with its vision for the future.

Bentos, salads, and sliced fruit for sale, delivery service for daily bentos (1F)
Daily bentos made to showcase the natural flavors of their ingredients, rice bowls, noodles, salads, sliced fruit and more are available for sale. You can also use the MUJI passport app to order a daily bento up until the morning of the day you want it. We've also started a new service offering delivery to customers around Ginza (Chuo, Chiyoda, and Minato wards) during the time frame of your choice.
Bakery (1F)
Fluffy bread rolls with the taste of Japan-grown wheat, anko jam bread made with adzuki beans from Kyoto, cream-filled bread made extra creamy thanks to Honwa Kato sugar, and many more bread standards you'll never tire of even if you eat them every day are baked freshly in-store every morning. Why not start your day with a cup of coffee and a sandwich roll made with seasonal ingredients?
Juice Stand (1F)
Here you can buy a fresh juice, made to order with seasonal fruits and vegetables. This is the perfect space to sit back and take a quick break.
Tea Blending Service (1F)
32 varieties of blended tea made from three base teas - organic green tea, roasted green tea, and rooibos tea, are sold by weight here. The teas are blended after your order is taken, so you can watch the blending process and enjoy it at its freshest.
Customize Service
This is a place not only to buy and read books, but to customize your book to make it your very own. Customers can also choose from over 200 kinds of symbols, letters and characters and embroider them on cloth products purchased at MUJI to make something that's the only one of its kind in the whole world.


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3-3-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Closest station
3 minutes' walk from Exit B4 of Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza, Marunouchi, and Hibiya Lines
3 minutes' walk from Exit 5 of Ginza 1-chome on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line
5 minutes' walk from the central exit of Yurakucho Station on the JR Yamanote Line