Tamashii Japanese Robatayaki Restaurant by MAS STUDIO, Hong Kong

May 3rd, 2014 by retail design blog

Situated amidst the upscale residential area near Hong Kong’s Kowloon Station, the Tamashi restaurant is the neighborhood hot spot, serving authentic Japanese Yakitori and symbolizing modernity, simplicity, chic, style and nature. Our concept is five natural elements metal, wood, water, fire and earth are incorporated in the design concept of the entire restaurant to accentuate the natural quality of Yakitori cuisine.

Black painting and (Metal ) Feature wall is used to represent the essential element in traditional Yakitori – charcoal; logs (wood) partition wall create space and separation, fostering a natural and well-lit environment; (water) ripples on the wall metaphorize power and spirit; copper steel at the barbeque area imitate vivid flames (fire); and used marble counter top and cement sand floor to imply (earth).

Designed by Monique Lee, MAS STUDIO




















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