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Muji opens at Greenbelt 3 + win tickets to Japan
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Good news for Makati’s busy people: the third Muji store opens today at the 2nd level of Greenbelt 3.
Got a sneak peak last night and the easiest way to get there is to go up the escalator right by the Hermés store.
Spanning 406 square meters of floor area, Muji Greenbelt 3 may be the smallest store in the country but it doesn’t come short on the mix of Muji staples and new merchandise for the season.
Come to the store and get free samples of Muji food items—such as pea and corn snacks, dried fruit mix, lemon and strawberry marshmallows, and choco-coated peanuts—this Friday to Sunday only at Muji Greenbelt 3.

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As a special promo, Muji Philippines partners with Delta Airlines by giving away a pair of round-trip tickets to Japan to one lucky shopper.
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, Rockwell, Greenbelt 3 and opening soon at SM Mall of Asia.

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Do people really drop P10k at Muji that often? Aside from buying furniture, I can’t imagine how someone can spend P10k on office supplies and plastic containers…

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Purs Reply:

kaya nga siguro ginawa nilang 10k diba kasi they did not exclude the furniture sales when thinking about the promo. so syempre kung pens, pencils and plastic containers lang binibenta nila, siguro 3k lang. 

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kaya nga siguro ginawa nilang 10k diba kasi they did not exclude the furniture sales when thinking about the promo. so syempre kung pens, pencils and plastic containers lang binibenta nila, siguro 3k lang. 

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Is Muji coming to Cebu? =D

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JustForChuva

Hi Ms. Cecil. Sorry to leave an off-topic comment, but i don’t know how else to contact you and just give a heads-up to say that Filipinos have been mentioned in Cool Hunting: http://www.coolhunting.com/design/maison-objet-fall-2011.php. Just thought you might be interested. More power always.

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Lovesjosephpascual

hi off topic. parang typo ung adver ng company ni hubby sa right side. it says “intorducting”. unless i missed that in my english 101, is there even such a word? hehe

love you chuvaness

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CVS Reply:

oh thanks!!

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as in today na?!?!?! now na? fffuu isang tumbling lang from our office 🙂

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Yay! Free samples! *babaw ko* I’ll definitely pass by today. 🙂

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I wish we had that here…

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CVS Reply:

where is here?

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