In November 2021, Japan Home Centre opened a three-storey outpost in the southern part of the Metro and fans of the budget-friendly lifestyle store flocked to check out the wide assortment of finds. In case you’re salty about that huge branch being a little too far away from your neck of the woods, don’t worry because we’ve got some exciting news: Japan Home Centre is opening another gargantuan store at Ayala Malls Fairview Terraces in Quezon City, which they’ve dubbed their largest branch in the North.
Say hello to Japan Home Wholesale Centre, which opens its doors on April 2!
Inside Japan Home Centre’s Huge New Store at Fairview Terraces in QC
As with pretty much all of their outposts, the Japan Home Wholesale Centre is where you can stock up on a variety of wallet-friendly home essentials for your kitchen, bathroom, office, bedroom, and more. They’ve also got a wide range of storage solutions, home organizers, and even nifty knickknacks. Japan Home Centre is known for offering many of its items for as low as P88, so you’ll have a blast shopping even if you’re on a tight budget.
Take a peek inside:
Aside from the usual lineup of household necessities, the QC outpost will also house two smaller stores inside: E-Boutique where you can stock up on gadgets, office essentials, and electronic accessories, and N.Cat, which is known for selling all kinds of K-Pop merch and collectibles.
When Japan Home Centre’s three-storey BF Homes branch opened in 2021, one of its most notable features was the Sanrio Corner, a dedicated space for all things Sanrio-themed.
Well, Hello Kitty fans, get excited because the Fairview Terraces branch also has its own Sanrio Corner. It’s a huge space filled with shelves upon shelves of Hello Kitty-themed finds including kitchen tools, dinnerware, food storage containers, bathroom essentials, tumblers, decor pieces, and more.
Check it out:
The Japan Home Wholesale Centre opens April 2, 1 p.m. at G/F, Ayala Malls Fairview Terraces, Quezon City.
For more information, log on to Japan Home Centre’s Facebook page.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.