The soothing neutral tones, the wafting scent of eucalyptus from a diffuser, the basic pjs.
Surely we cant be the only ones whove gone into a Muji store and thought: I wish I could live here.
Thankfully, theres a way to live in the world of Muji without spunking all your money on bedsheets or hiding out in the big store on Oxford Street.
A Muji hotel is opening in Ginza, Tokyo this week.
This isnt the first Muji hotel. Last year the brand launched properties in Beijing and Shenzhen in China.
But Muji Hotel Ginza is the first domestic hotel in Japan, the country where the company was founded.
As you might expect, the hotels rooms are a minimalist dream – and exactly like the interiors of Mujis shops. Think lots of light wood, neutral fabrics, and pared back detailing.
The hotel also includes a Muji store, so you can shop any bits you want to take home with you, a restaurant, an art gallery, and a bar. The shop in the lower floors will act as a development hub for new services, such as selling produce from local farmers.
Rooms are priced at 14,900 yen (£102) a night. Not bad, right?
Take a look at photos of the interiors below and wish you were there.