The Mall of America is one of Minnesota's most popular attractions, and for good reason too!

The Mall of America is home to numerous stores, delicious restaurants, and super fun attractions such as Nickelodeon Universe, and the appeal simply keeps growing.

In the upcoming months, seven new tenants will move into the massive Bloomington building. The megamall didn't provide any specific dates. They just noted that they'll be 'coming soon.'

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The New Mall of America Retail Tenants:

Blue Nile (Level 1, West)

Handcrafted engagement rings and fine jewelry.

Ebisu (Level 3, North)

A Japanese "lifestyle store" with products such as electronics, kitchenware, and beauty items.

Ebisu Japanese god illustration
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Nectar Bath Treats (Level 1, East)

Handmade bath and beauty products with "simple and clean ingredients inspired by nature."

Nectar Bath Treats Mall of America
nectar bath treats

OFFLINE by Aerie (Level 1, South)

An activewear brand spinoff from Aerie (which is an intimates brand under the American Eagle umbrella).

Offline by Aerie store mall of america
Offline by Aerie


A recent direct-to-consumer mattress brand that has popped up over the past decade. This specific one is based in Utah.

purple mattress mall of america

The New Mall of America Restaurant Tenant:

Kura Sushi (Level 3, North)

The MOA described this new eatery as an "innovative Japanese restaurant concept" based on the "revolving sushi" concept. The news release explains that guests will be able to enjoy "authentic Japanese from either the revolving bar or straight from a touchpad to order plates of their favorite sushi."

Kura Sushi mall of america
Kura Sushi

The New Mall of America Activity Center:

Climbzone (Level 2, North)

This family-focused climbing center is an area where people of all ages can climb walls that look like Mount Rushmore or the Lincoln Memorial.

Climbzone mall of america

2022 is bound to be a great year for Minnesota's largest attraction. 

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