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Found MUJI | Tokyo




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Tokyo is a city of waterways.

The topography of Tokyo can be broadly divided into plateaus and lowlands- with the hills and plateaus of Tama and Musashino unfolding against the Kanto-sanchi mountains to the west and the lowlands that stretches to the east.

Many rivers run through the uneven terrain, winding their way through to Tokyo Bay. This close connection with the rivers and the sea has shaped people’s lives and cultures, which remain strong in Tokyo today. These water sources have not only provided drinking water, but have also been a vital resource for many industries.

Beginning with the Edo period (1603-1868), the waterways that were built and maintained formed an infrastructure for the distribution of goods, and the riverbanks became bustling urban centres where people gathered for festivals and entertainment.

Even today, anyone strolling around Tokyo will see this legacy. Streets are dotted with markets, warehouses of timber merchants, wholesale districts, and small factories. Yakatabune, a type of tour boats with roofs, float down the Sumida River; and people drinking at izakayas with red lanterns are still common sights.

The waterfront has long been an integral part of Tokyo life.

For the Tokyo edition of Found MUJI, we explore items used commercially and in daily life, for glimpses of the industries and lifestyles that have taken shape along the waterfront.

Launch Date: 12th December 2019.


Found MUJI | Portugal





Found MUJI | Portugal


Once out of the cities, rolling hills unfold, houses line their gentle slopes.
The climate in Portugal can generally be described as mild, but the topography running north to south makes for different climates along the Atlantic Ocean coastline and the regions further inland. Fresh fish is caught on the coast, while the inland areas provide a rich variety of meat, fruits and vegetables.

In the northern city of Porto, where traditionally all parts of an animal is used up, one local dish is made only from simmered pork innards. In the fishing villages along the seaside, varieties of fish are chopped up and mixed with plenty of vegetables to make scrumptious stews.

The Portuguese value local ingredients, savouring every part and letting little go to waste. This approach has brought about a great variety to the country’s food culture.

Portugal seemed a country with a comfortable climate. People there appreciate the value of what the land produces. This echoes with the country’s vibe, the people, products, public affairs and every aspect that surrounds the calm pace of daily life.

Launch Date: 6th March 2020.