Muji to continue expansion in Singapore

Muji president Satoru Matsuzaki says there will be 13 stores in Singapore by the end of the year and wants to triple the size of existing stores. This would make the stores large enough to offer a wider range of products and services like workshops.
Muji president Satoru Matsuzaki says there will be 13 stores in Singapore by the end of the year and wants to triple the size of existing stores. This would make the stores large enough to offer a wider range of products and services like workshops. Some of the bigger outlets may also include cafes, like the one in Plaza Singapura.ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE

Muji to set up two more stores by year end, including at Jewel Changi Airport

Many bricks-and-mortar retailers are having a hard time these days but Japanese household and consumer goods company Muji still sees plenty of potential here.

The firm - its official name is Ryohin Keikaku - intends to keep expanding its presence, with two more stores set to open by the end of this year, including one at Jewel Changi Airport.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 11, 2019, with the headline 'Muji to continue expansion in Singapore'. Print Edition | Subscribe