AEON BiG Subang Jaya, 2nd Floor, 3, Jalan Kemajuan Subang
SS 16/1, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 6010-202 6273
FB : J-Hunt
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
What is Mottainai? It is a Japanese term that means to have respect for the resource, not to waste and to use it with a sense of gratitude. This word is closely related to the preservation of ecology and the concept of 3R – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and adding 1 more, Respect. Remember… one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to the soft launch opening event of J-Hunt Mottainai Store, which located on the 2nd floor of AEON BiG Subang Jaya. The place is also within walking distance from Subang Jaya KTM and LRT stations.
I am so excited that the price here starts from as low as RM1 for many products. While the items sold at J-Hunt are pre-loved shipped directly from Japan, you will appreciate the quality and value.
J-Hunt is your shopping paradise with wide assortment of products in 10 categories include apparels, bags, hobbies, infants, musical instruments, shoes, sports, tableware, toys, and watches.
What set J-Hunt uniquely different from others? The company’s philosophy is embracing the care of planet earth by not throwing away items carelessly. They bring in rare premium items from Japan, and the shelves are re-stock on a daily basis. All items on sale has been screened and pig-skin products are banned.
Do not miss out the Vintage Lane that showcases the history, culture and traditional art forms of the Japanese. The history of Japan spans from the pre-historic times to the age of the Imperial dynasties. During the Heian period (794-1185), many of classical Japanese culture and religious life was developed.
After the declining power of the emperor and imperial court, arose the clans of aristocrats and then the military clans as well as their armies of samurai and shoguns. Many of the traditional art forms seen in Vintage Lane birth from the Tokugawa Shogunate during the Edo period (1600-1868). These traditional items are treasured as heirlooms for generations, and proudly displayed as ornaments or even still in use today in many Japanese homes.
You can choose whatever mode of payment that suits you. J-Hunt accepts cash, credit cards, debit cards, and most of the e-wallets. They embrace up-to-date cashless innovations to keep in pace with the present generation, and aim to go paperless in future in line with the caring for our planet Earth.
Following the footsteps of Mottainai Volunteer Project, J-Hunt supports the disadvantaged and give back to society. As part of their CSR program, the company recruits from the Orang Asli community and train them to perform meaningful works. Recruiting from other disadvantaged groups like the deaf and mute are next in line.
Regardless how much is your budget, you will always get more at J-Hunt, a happy treasure hunting ground for pre-loved items, off-season brand new items, premium items, and collector items.
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