MUJI has built a bounteous grocery store inside its newly renovated flagship in Tokyo, Japan. The sprawling market spans approximately 108-square-feet and has a splendid selection of fruits and vegetables. Accompanying the lush produce are signs displaying information from where the local food originated from alongside various methods on how to eat them depending on the current season.
“The goal of the vegetable/fruit market we created is to offer an opportunity for the customers to think about the producers and the places where the food came from, and review their relationship with food,” said a MUJI spokesperson to designboom. “We will be offering vegetables with their inherent flavors, even if they do not meet the standards of shape and size.”
Take a look at the grocery store above and head over to MUJI’s official website to learn more.
MUJI Tokyo Flagship Store
3 Chome-8-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda