Magazines Archives - 2007 September

Muji goes to Soho in no-frills style
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JAPANESE retailer Ryohin Keikaku Co will open its first Muji store in the US this November. The store will be located in the trendy Soho district of Manhattan, New York City. It will offer over 2,000 Muji brand items, ranging from apparel, furniture and stationery to electrical appliances.

Muji stands for “Mujirushi Ryohin” or “no-name brand”. Its products are most popular for their simple no-frills design, good quality and sensible prices.

Ryohin Keikaku expects to open another outlet in the district next year.


2007 September Stories:

MAKE THE MANNEQUIN resemble the customer

Gill launches designer home-fashion store

Muji goes to Soho in no-frills style

adidas in aggressive retail expansion across Asia

Erco sets up regional base in Singapore

NTUC FairPrice launches its Finest retail concept yet

India ups the ante in tea production

China Organic expects earnings boost from new alliances

South-east Asian concept restaurant opens in Japan

Growing Indon supermarket sector holds bright prospects for local farmers

Malaysia’s QSR Brand takes fast food into Cambodia

New Zealand wine exports up by 36%

India to set up mega food parks

Prima whips up new gourmet sauce

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