Japanese lifestyle company, MUJI, has released a new and improved air purifier designed by Kazushige Miyake. The device is wholly synonymous with the minimalist, Bauhaus simplicity expressed in most MUJI designs and has been stripped of all unnecessary features. The cylindrical device is composed of a three-layer charcoal filter that sits behind a perforated exterior with a control panel running along the rim of the upward facing turbine. With an ‘Auto’ and ‘Jet’ setting available, the MUJI Air Purifier will draw in the surrounding air, filter it, and then push it out through the turbine on top. Both functions have been designed for those particularly prone to airborne allergens such as dust particles, odors, mites and pollen. The aforementioned ‘Jet’ setting has been installed for situations where you may agitate such irritants more than usual — activities include vacuuming and dusting. The MUJI Air Purifier is currently only available in Japan for approximately $310. Head to their website directly for more information.