Stay Warm & Cozy — With Flannel

During the fall and winter season, the breezes in the mornings and evenings are chilly. Protect yourself with warm and comfy apparel. These soft and lightweight shirts are made with napped natural cotton both inside and out. The soft double brushed cotton flannel — a material that retains warmth — is ideal for clothing like pajamas as well as bedding.

Organic Cotton — Caring for the Environment and Farmers Alike

Organic cotton refers to cotton that has been grown on soil that has not been treated with chemical fertilizers or pesticides for at least three years. Aiming for farming that is sustainable and wholesome for the producers as well as the environment, MUJI has been working to increase the percentage of organic cotton for over 20 years. As a result, nearly all of the cotton in our clothing comes from organic cotton.
At MUJI, using organic cotton for clothing has become something we naturally do.


Skin-Friendly Printing

We use skin-friendly prints so that size tags don't rub on your skin.


MUJI Cotton

Cotton and Pesticides

Cotton cultivation demands a large amount of pesticide, so much so that it is said to account for about a quarter of the world's pesticide use. It's not hard to imagine that all of the pesticide residue lingering in the soil can have major consequences on the growers, the animals, and the people who live nearby.

Materials That Are Wholesome for the People Who Make Them Too

At MUJI, we craft our products while upholding the spirit of "wholesome living." It would go against our philosophy if the people who produce the materials for our products are exposed to danger. We are dedicated to sustainable farming that is beneficial to the environment and producers. And so, we decided on using Organic Cotton — which is grown on soil that has not been treated with chemical fertilizers or pesticides for at least three years.

Manufacturing that Connects with the Growers

Organic cotton makes up less than 1% of all cotton produced; this is because the yield of organic cotton is only about 70% per planted area — compared to ordinary cotton grown using agrochemicals.

To solve this problem, MUJI has launched initiatives that take into consideration the impact on the environment, the farmers, the local people, and the ecosystem.

Learning about the process of producing organic cotton has deepened our appreciation for the material and highlighted the importance of the materials that go into crafting our products. And so, in 2014, our product developers visited farms around the world to experience hands-on sowing or harvesting according to the season.

And So It Manifests

As our efforts came to fruition, by 2018, nearly all of the clothes we produced were made using organic cotton — to the point that in 2019, we no longer needed to explicitly mention "Made with Organic Cotton" on our products.

To encourage organic cotton farming, in 2021, we launched an initiative providing farmers in India with two free seeds of organic cotton for every T-shirt sold.

And naturally, being implementers of organic cotton, we wish to keep up wholesome manufacturing that is beneficial to the growers and the buyers.