The Japanese minimalist brand goes above and beyond with personal advisory services available at its new Yorkdale Shopping Centre location.

Tuesday, Oct. 18 will mark the launch of MUJI Yorkdale



Experience MUJI products in a whole new way

MUJI’s newest and largest Canadian branch is set to open in upscale Yorkdale Shopping Centre on Oct. 18. But the greatest news is not the new location’s impressive size: MUJI is also bringing interior design and style advisory services to the Canadian market (totally free of charge!), as well as offering in-store embroidery.



p10_style_vernonExpert outfit coordination that matches every season

“When it comes to clothing, MUJI traditionally offers items that you can wear through the whole year—staple pieces for your wardrobe. So, you might wonder, ‘Why does MUJI need a style advisor?’ Because we have so much more than that now!

This fall/winter season, we’ve got a bigger wave of items, in new silhouettes, with new pat- terns and colours. And, of course, even when wearing basic and classic items,

coordinating them in the right way can make your outfit very, very trendy—and that’s where I come in. Appointments are not necessary, just ap- proach me at the store and ask questions!”

Vernon Rubiano

Style Advisor at MUJI Yorkdale


p10_interior_willieSimple products that will change your way of living

“As an interior advisor, my responsibility is to help the customer redesign and reorganize their living environment to suit them. Our new furniture area will be our biggest yet in Canada, so there’s lots to work with.

At MUJI, there’s a concept we call ‘compact living’: taking what is most essential to the customer’s needs and making that the priority. From there, we help customers to organize

their way of living, making their lifestyle simpler and more efficient. Consultation appointments can
be made through our website or by phone. As part of the appointment, we offer 3D modelling to help you visualize your space.”

Willie Lam

Interior Advisor at MUJI Yorkdale

Make a personal statement with embroidery



From a cute Japanese maneki-neko (lucky cat) to the Canadian maple leaf—and, of course, the classic monogram— embroidery services will be available at MUJI’s new location. While you wait in the store, your MUJI items can be personalized for a small fee.

Opening Oct. 18 : MUJI Yorkdale

3401 Dufferin St., Toronto

OPEN HOURS: Mon–Fri 10 am–9 pm
Sat 9:30 am–9 pm • Sun 11 am–7 pm