Muji’s stores are hard to come by in the US – fortunately, you can shop the Japanese retailer’s home goods on Amazon

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Muji is a Japanese retailer that sells affordable, quality household and lifestyle products.
In addition to its stores and website, you can now find its well-designed products on Amazon.
From skincare to dinnerware and stationery, many items cost less than $20.

In my fantasy, I’d live in a mid-century John Lautner home filled with high-end, minimalist furnishings, but my limited budget prevents this dream from becoming a reality. To satisfy it in some way, I frequently turn to Muji, a Japanese purveyor of affordable, modern home and lifestyle goods, to fill my home.

Muji is short for Mujirushi Ryohin, which translates to “no-brand quality goods,” and the ethos is evident in its products, from the packaging to the construction. Although seemingly basic – you won’t find any logos, wild colors, or funky shapes – these are no dollar-store finds: Muji’s products are beautifully designed, sleek, functional, very well made, and accessible. They are akin to Apple products, minus the high price tag.

You would be forgiven if you’ve never heard of Muji. Although it’s been around since 1980 and can be found globally, the retailer has a limited presence in the US, with a handful of stores and an abysmal online shop (although its e-commerce experience is improving).

But you can now find the company’s products on Amazon, ranging from stationery and beauty products to dishware and cookware – with most costing less than $30. Although you won’t find the full selection (Muji also sells furniture and food), here are some of the best affordable Muji products you can buy on Amazon right now.

Pure Essential Oil Lemongrass (medium)High Moisturizing Toning Water (medium)Polypropylene Bath Pail (medium)0.5mm Black Smooth Gel Ink Ballpoint Pen (medium)Aluminum Pole for Cleaning System (medium)Extra-Large Acacia Bowl (medium)Denim Shoulder Apron (medium)

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