Located on the 4th floor in the iconic department store ILLUM, MUJI introduces a universe sure to excite any fan of well-thought-out design and interior of good quality. Born in 1980 as an antithesis to the habits of consumerism at the time, MUJI grew with a purpose of restoring a vision of products that are useful and maintain the proper balance between living and the objects that make it possible. With a philosophy of functional design and roots in Japanese minimalism, MUJI provides a wide range of daily necessities ranging from stationery and household, to clothing and travel. Besides being one of MUJI’s most eco-friendly stores, the MUJI-store in ILLUM is also the home of the only MUJI TeaHouse in Europe with a fine selection of tea.
Japandi Fusion – MUJI welcomes you to an exhibition that honors the ever-lasting fusion between Japanese and Danish design. When MUJI invited the design hub, B33’s acclaimed designers Aleksej Iskos, Erina Caldeira, Gudmundur Ludvik, Jakob Bendix, Karin Lund, Mario Martinez, Rikke Hagen, Steffen Juul, Marie-Louise Rosholm and Øivind Slaatto, the collective decided to let them inspire by MUJI’s range and reinterpret selected products in new constellations for their exhibition. You can also explore the HÅNDVÆRK Bookazine pop-up store with Rigetta Klint within the MUJI space. During these days, MUJI will host a dinner experience created by chef Theis Brydegaard to be served at the Press Tour and for selected ILLUM Key- and MUJI-customers.