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Muji is opening a second Toronto location

In Japanese MUJI (or Mujirushi Ryohin) means no-brand quality goods. But despite its lack of branding, MUJI's first Toronto store - at Yonge and Dundas - has become popular amongst those looking for minimalist homeware, clothing and stationary.

Now, Toronto's getting another MUJI. While there's already one in Mississauga's Square One Mall, North York will soon be home to one too.

This incoming 6,375 square-foot MUJI will be located inside the Yorkdale Shopping Centre expansion. And it'll feature an in-store custom embroidery station (so you can personalize your items) as well as a food department. There will also be shopping consultants and stylists on site.

Yorkdale's newest wing is slated to open on October 18. Along with MUJI, it'll play host to Toronto's second Nordstrom and Uniqlo locations.

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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