First MUJI Cafe In Thailand 

ฺBangkok's Muji Cafe

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Lots of people who go to Muji end up spending all of their money, and we can’t blame them. Known for selling sleek and minimalist products ranging from stationery and furniture to yummy Japanese snacks, Muji items are high-quality and come in reasonable prices.

Muji has opened its largest outlet at Samyan Mitrtown near Siam, which is also the first branch in Thailand to have a cafe as well. 

Get coffee and dessert while shopping

muji cafe

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Besides shopping for minimalist items, you can enjoy some local Thai coffee from Doitung, along with baked goodies from 60 Plus Bakery sold here. The cafe also provides customers with a nice space to sit and hangout while enjoying their drinks and desserts. 

muji cafe

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Those in need of caffeine can get a cup of Hot Cappuccino at ฿75, or freshen up from the humidity with an Iced Caffe Latte at ฿75. Those who are not info coffee have other sweet options like Iced Chocolate (฿70) and Iced Matcha Latte (฿70) as well.

muji cafe

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Muji Cafe also sells pretty desserts to go along with the drinks. Start with a Zebra Croissant (฿20) that has a nice chocolate-y touch. We recommend trying their cakes too, like the Matcha Gradient Mousse Cake (฿60), a 3-layer cake that comes with a soft texture and a nice matcha flavour. 

*Bonus* Things to do near Samyan Mitrtown

Samyan Mitrtown is conveniently located in central Bangkok, near Siam and Chula, with many places worth visiting in the area. Here are some good spots to drop by: 

  • Wat Hua Lampong – learn more about Thai culture and observe how locals pay respects at the temple

Wat Hua Lamphong

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Wat Hua Lamphong
Nearest Station: MRT Samyan
Opening Hours: 24 hours, Daily

  • Mahboonkrong Centre (MBK) – buy souvenirs and rare items


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Mahboonkrong Centre (MBK)
Address: 444, Phayathai Rd., Patumwan, Bangkok
Nearest Station: BTS National Stadium
Telephone: +66 2 853 9000
Opening Hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily

  • Bangkok Art & Culture Centre – for arts enthusiasts to find out more about the trendier side of Bangkok arts culture. The centre also holds events like Cinema Diverse and plays regularly, so stay tuned on their page for more details. 

Bangkok Art & Culture Centre
Address: 939, Rama 1 Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok
Nearest Station: BTS National Stadium
Telephone: +66 2 214 6631
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun: 10AM-9PM (Closed on Mondays)

Visit Muji Cafe the next time you’re in town

Samyan Mitrtown is a new complex that’s right by Chulalongkorn University, and can easily be reached via train to BTS Samyan. It’s also opposite Chamchuri Square.

samyan mitrtown

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So the next time you’re in town for some shopping, pop by Muji for some cool items for your home – and some coffee and cakes while you’re at it. 

Muji Coffee Corner
Address: Samyan Mitrtown, Floor G, GU019
Nearest Station: MRT Samyan
Telephone: +66 2-764-6241-5 (Samyan Mitrtown)
Opening Hours: 10AM-9PM, Daily