The Muji Hotel in Japan Is Every Minimalist's Dream Come True
When it comes to minimalist, sleek designs, Japanese retail company Muji easily comes to mind. This also rings true for their hotel properties—the first of which opened in Shenzhen in January 2018. After the second Muji Hotel welcomed guests in Beijing in June 2018, the Japanese brand is poised to open a new branch in Ginza—Tokyo, Japan's most famous shopping, dining, and entertainment district. Muji Hotel Ginza, which is scheduled for a grand opening on April 4, is now accepting reservations through their website.
Muji has a whole line of products that do not only fill your office
All rooms come with a tablet, which you can use to control lighting, room temperature, and more.
Type A, the smallest room at 14 square meters, fits a semi-double bed for one, a refrigerator, safe, electric kettle, Bluetooth speaker, and even a television.
Muji Hotel also uses Japanese-style platform bed. The 36-square-meter Type F room fits up to two people.
This style is reflected in Muji Hotel Ginza's 79 compact rooms, which are located from the sixth to
Another room features a bunk bed with a bookshelf.
Muji Hotel Ginza's biggest room is at 52 square meters. It has a twin-sized bed, a reading room with
bookshelf, and a living area.
The hotel occupies the sixth to 10th floors of the Muji global flagship store. The
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