Muji’s flagship store in Ginza is basically a minimalist’s one-stop paradise. In addition to a produce market, bakery and diner, the seven-story lifestyle giant also houses two galleries. As a part of the “Archives” series, which aims to preserve essential design-related records, ATELIER MUJI offers an intimate look at one of Germany’s most influential art movements. Born in 1919 at the hands of individual artists and architects, the Bauhaus was an innovative design school that revolutionized modernist aesthetics and design education. This exhibit celebrates the school’s centennial anniversary.