The new Muji hotel in Tokyo is a follow-up of the first successful activation by the minimalist Japanese store in Shenzhen, China. The new hospitality establishment is described by the brand as "anti-gorgeous" and "anti-cheap." Of course, like its predecessor, the Muji hotel in Tokyo spotlights products that are sold in retail locations and allows guests "to have items sent from the store to their room."
Moreover, the new concept introduces nine different types of room, signified with letters from the alphabet — from A to I. The options include different arrangements and features like bunk beds or open-concept and so on.
Moreover, the Muji hotel also subscribes to the principles of sustainability as there is great emphasis on recyclable design.
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