Add To Cart: Kitchen Items From Muji To Achieve That Minimalist Kitchen
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MUJI is a Japanese brand known for a wide selection of household and consumer goods that have a no-frills, minimalistic aesthetic. You might know this store for its pens, notebooks, and yes, that tabo (bathroom dipper). But of course, there are so much more items that you can find in MUJI, like their clothes, toiletries, and even kitchen items.
If you're gunning for a minimalistic aesthetic for your kitchen, here are some MUJI kitchen items worth checking out:
Acrylic Water Pot
Price: P765/1-liter pot and P895/2-liter pot
This pitcher has a no-spill design so you can store it in your refrigerator vertically or horizontally. It comes with a removable filter cap you can use if you'd like to brew a pitcher of ice-cold tea!
Soda Lime Glass Stack
Price: P385/three pieces of 210ml glass and P475/three pieces of 240ml glass
More than a minimalist aesthetic, most of MUJI's kitchen items are also space savers! This specific drinkware is stackable for easier storage and its unique design makes for a more comfortable grip as you drink.
Price: P1,950 (discounted price) from P2,150 (original price)
A santoku knife is known to have a thinner blade which is useful if you want extremely thin slices. MUJI's take on this famous knife is made with a three-layer interrupted steel which makes it extra sharp.
Rice Storage Box
If your bulky rice container is a sight for sore eyes, then you can remedy that with MUJI's Rice Storage Box. This has a 2-kilo capacity, which is perfect if you're rice consumption isn't too high. But even so, you can even use it to store other food items like quinoa, cereal, or even macaroni.
Banko Tableware Collection
Price of the Banko Ware Bowl: P695/6.5-centimeter height and P895/7.5-centimeter height
Price of the Banko Ware Plate: P795
Price of the Banko Ware Chopstick Rest: P275
For those who love gorgeous tableware to plate their homecooked dishes, MUJI's Banko Tableware Collection deserves a spot on your dining table. According to MUJI, these are a type of Japanese pottery that originated from Yokkaichi, Mie.
The collection includes two sizes of bowls, plate, and a chopstick rest that comes in Celadon (mint green), Brown Glaze (it has a burnt coffee shade), and the Black Glaze (classic black).
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