MUJI Planning Co., Ltd., which plans and develops MUJI, will hold the “Found MUJI Portugal” exhibition at Found MUJI from Friday, September 20, 2019 to Thursday, January 9, 2019.
A gentle hilly area spreads out through the city, and houses are lined up along the slope.
Portugal is generally said to have a mild climate, but due to the long topography from north to south, there are differences in the climate between the region facing the Atlantic Ocean and the inland area. Fresh seafood is caught in the coastal area, and various ingredients such as meat, vegetables and fruits are available inland.
Therefore, the country's food is rich and varied.
In the northern city of Porto, one of the local dishes is stewed pork internal organs, which eats not only meat but also internal organs. Also, in the fishermen's town along the coast, there are dishes made by chopping various fish and simmering them with many vegetables.
Eating delicious foods without waste in these areas has led to diverse food cultures.
People who cherish the comfortable climate and available food. I feel that the air, people, things, things, and everything in my life in this country create a slow and gentle flow.
Terracotta rice bowl / olive plate, basket with lid, porcelain / square plate, stainless steel / oval plate,
Tin, bread grill, glass with legs, wool, throw, etc. * Products are subject to change without notice. Please note.
Period: September 20, 2019 (Friday) to December 25, 2019 (Wednesday) * Found MUJI Aoyama, Ginza
October 4, 2019 (Friday)-January 9, 2020 (Thursday) * Other stores: Siesta Hakodate / Seibu Shibuya / Marui Kichijoji / Terrace Mall Shonan / Nagoya Meitetsu Department /
AEON MALL KYOTO / Kyoto BAL / Grand Front Osaka / Kobe BAL / Hiroshima Parco /
MUJI Canal City Hakata / Found MUJI Aoyama / Ginza * The stores are subject to change.