Tokyo Sushi by Mima Design, Sydney – Australia

October 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

A dynamic and bespoke kiosk design was created for Tokyo Sushi, at the new retail expansion at the Macquarie Centre. The large format kiosk houses a double level sushi train specially shipped in from Japan, with a high speed bullet train to serve customers at a touch of a button. Located in a prominent location directly outside Coles, all facades of the kiosk required activation. The sushi train services the timber booth seating which caters for small groups, and individual diners seated up at the counter. The material palette exudes a sense of elegance and simplicity, in keeping with the Japanese ethos. This is the twelfth outlet for Tokyo Sushi, and a flagship location in the Macquarie Centre.

Designed by Mima Design
Photography by Thomas Dalhoff

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