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Miniso now at SM Megamall

Japanese brand Miniso opened its 35th store in the Philippines at SM Megamall Building A7.

Headquartered in Tokyo, Miniso was jointly founded by Miyake Jyunya, the chief designer, and Ye Goufu, the young Chinese entrepreneur.

Actors Julie Ann San Jose and Jeric Gonzales join Mini Depato Corp. President Michael Hong and Vice President Mariano Guy, Miniso AVP for Franchising John Agner, Senior Operations Manager Khae Sumait, Senior Merchandising Manager Melody at the opening of Miniso in Megamall, Hao and SM Megamall Assistant Mall Manager Jonathan Chua.
To date, it has opened more than 2,100 stores around the world – the United States, Canada, Russia, Singapore, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, South Africa, Korea, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. And it dedicates itself to providing customers with quality, creative, and low price products.

Multifunctional manicure set and nail polish
Likewise, Miniso always persists in selecting fine materials from all over the world. Over 80 percent of the brand’s product designs originated from Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, China, and other countries.

Nourishing and Repairing Essence Conditioner and Nutrition Repair Conditioner
It offers a wide selection of quality products which varies from creative home necessities, health and beauty products, stylistic gifts, digital products, jewelry series, seasonal products and even food and drinks with a Miniso promise – to give its consumers quality and creativity without having to spend much! 

Comfortable Headphones 
With its affordable and quality products, Miniso is also the place for those looking for great finds. There are various products for both men and women such as: perfumes, hair and beauty essentials, holiday plush toys and tech accessories perfect for gift ideas. 

Topics: Miniso , SM Megamall
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