Muji Just Released a New Prefab House, And It's a Minimalist's Dream


Chances are, you probably already have all Muji everything (pencils? stationery? organizers?) if you clicked on this article. So, really, the next logical step is to seal the deal and get the full Muji lifestyle by buying one of its new houses.

We're talking about Muji's Yo no Ie, a single-story prefabrication home that is the retailer's answer to the demand for low-profile homes in Japan. And, it also happens to be a minimalist dream. See more photos of Muji's new prefab house below.

The 1,096-square-feet single-story house has an open-concept floor plan.

Photo by MUJI.

With a minimalist aesthetic, the interior features pale wood flooring and white walls.

Photo by MUJI.

The space mixes working and living, as well as the inside and outside.

Photo by MUJI.

Here's another look at one of the many inside-outside areas.

Photo by MUJI.

Of course, it wouldn't be very Muji or Japanese without an all-white bathroom.

Photo by MUJI.
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In addition, the house is also earthquake-resistant.

Photo by MUJI.

Priced at ¥15.9 million (approximately P7.4 million), the house is—sadly—only available in Japan for now.

Photo by MUJI.

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Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor at Esquire Philippines, where he writes about fashion and grooming. Before joining Esquire Philippines, he was a writer at Town & Country Philippines.
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