Shubari restaurant by Design Ground 55, Osaka – Japan

September 26th, 2014 by retail design blog

Japanese restaurant “Shubari” serves the traditional Japanese meal “Backwheat”. The whole process of preparation and cooking is shown to the customers, from milling through paste preparation to cooking. As the whole method is traditional, through the restaurant and even at it’s garden, which occupies about 30% of the whole territory, traditional construction techniques are applied.

Throughout traditional and natural material are used, such as mudwall, gypsum plastering, large size wood plank, and even the garden is using moss, as a decorating element.

Photography Nakasa & Partners / Daisuke Shima
Design by Design Ground 55 / Seiji Kumamoto

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