About Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd.

Number of Stores

Number of Stores

1,029

As of the end of August 2020, we operate 479 stores in Japan and 550 stores outside Japan (includes licensed stores, Café&Meal MUJI, IDÉE).

展開国・地域

Countries /Regions

31 Countries and regions

By the end of August 2020, MUJI is operating in 31 countries and regions including Japan.

商品数

Number of MUJI products

7,500 items

The number includes apparel, household goods and food items.

MUJI passport

Number of downloads for MUJI passport

49.3 million total downloads

First launched in May 2013, the MUJI passport application is now available in eight countries and regions, including Japan (21.1 million total downloads).
※As of Aug 31, 2020

MUJI passportでのおたより配信数

Number of messages distributed via MUJI passport

7,456

As a communication tool to connect stores with customers, we are sending out messages from stores everyday via MUJI passport application.

Female employees in management

Female employees in management

211

There are 211 female employees in management positions, including store managers at directly managed stores in Japan, accounting for 34.5% of all management positions. (Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd.)

Shareholder Return Policy

Shareholder Return Policy

30.0 %

We are committed to returning profits to our shareholders through an annual payout ratio of 30% of consolidated earnings. The dividend for FY ending August 2020 is 5.0 JPY per share.

ROE (Return on equity)

ROE (Return on equity)

△8.8 %

The ROE of FY ending August 2020 is -8.8%. We are working to improve capital efficiency with the goal of maintaining a ROE of 15% or higher.

Share of operating revenue outside Japan

Share of operating revenue outside Japan

31.8 %

Our business outside Japan is classified into segments: East Asia, Europe and the Americas, and West/South Asia and Oceania. The largest share of operating revenue comes from the Asian parts of these segments.

Textiles recycling

Textiles recycling

17.1 t/Mar-Aug, 2020

We have been participating in the BRING Project in Japan, which aims to help to build a recycling-based society, since 2010. From March to August 2020, we recovered 17.1 tons of textiles at Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd. alone.