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Buy Muji, win tickets to Japan!
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Traveling is fun, but packing, maybe not so. That’s why it’s great to have Muji just around the corner, with everything you need to get your trip organized—from minimalist passport cases

passport case

To affordable, water-repellent spinner luggage

4-Wheel Pocket Carry Suitcase

Toiletry kits

Hanging toiletry case

Packing cubes with divider

packing cube

Or even shrink-wrapped scarves

shrink-wrap scarf

Now Muji officially launches a special promo in partnership with Delta Airlines by giving away a pair of round-trip tickets to Japan to one lucky winner.
For every minimum, single-receipt purchase worth Php 10,000, including at least Php 500 worth of any featured MUJI to GO travel item, the customer is entitled to one raffle ticket.
One winner will win a pair of plane tickets that are valid for one year.
Promo runs from September 1 to 30, 2011, with the official raffle draw to be held at MUJI Bonifacio High Street on the first week of October, under the supervision of a representative from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).
Promo does not include visa processing, insurance, travel taxes, pocket money, hotel accommodations and the like.
Interested participants should be at least 21 years old with a valid passport for at least 6 months prior to departure.

In the Philippines, MUJI is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc. (SSI) and is located at Bonifacio High Street and Rockwell Power Plant Mall. Opening soon at Greenbelt 3 and SM Mall of Asia.

http://www.muji-to-go.com/

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The first name that popped into my mind was Ms. Pia Magalona. 🙂 I remember the photos you posted of her shopping when Muji first opened. Akala ko galing siya sa airport dahil talagang honest-to-goodness cart na pang industrial level na yung bitbit niya. Sasali kaya si Ms. Pia? 🙂

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Wow.
I’d love that free trip to Japan though. But I can’t seem to buy P10k worth for it hehe.
Good luck to those who will participate. 🙂
Muji’s items seem to be neat! I like being organized. 🙂

~Chai
http://chenmeicai.blogspot.com

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i like the first 3 items on photos here.
…we were just in muji, paragon, sg last week.
looking at their items makes you want to bring them all home. haha!

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Renjay

purple passport. purple na bagong passport ng pilipinas? wowww!!

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CVS Reply:

dark red

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Belle

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