MUJI ‘s Micro Huts Are A Special Little Place
The beautiful MUJI Hut concept was announced six months ago, but has now been released in Japan.
Who hasn’t dreamt of living somewhere they really want to be? The tools to make that dream a reality are now available. It’s not as dramatic as owning a house or a vacation home, but it’s not as basic as going on a trip.
Built on a sturdy raft foundation, the small minimal looking MUJI Micro Huts are made from Japanese wood and contain large sliding glass doors, a high shed roof, and a beautiful little porch. The exterior is detailed by burned hardwood cladding which nods to the traditional Japanese art of burnt cedar shipbuilding. Whilst the interior living space is compact at just 9m2, the hut will allow for up to four people to relax inside at a time.
Put it in the mountains, near the ocean, or in a garden, and it immediately blends in with the surroundings, inviting you to a whole new life.
MUJI ‘s Micro Huts are modestly priced at only 3 million Japanese Yen (around $26,500 or £20,000) which includes the material costs for the construction of the cabin and operating costs of the construction contractor. Check out the dedicated MUJI Hut website for more information. Unfortunately, there currently is no sales schedule outside of Japan.
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THE MUJI HUT LOOK