GOH NO TORA restaurant by Nishiyama Tohru design office, Kyoto – Japan

August 7th, 2017 by retail design blog

CLAW MARK OF TIGERS
There are many restaurants on the street where the construction is planned.
What is the identity of this restaurant ‘Goh no Tora’ under such a condition?

Goh no Tora – What a challenging name.
I imagined the space that could boost the client’s challenge to the maximum.

The facade covered with glass keeps up the Japanese traditional design and accepts all people. Its sensational design leads this area at the head as the name suggests. I tried to express that the tiger painted over the wall looks like a real live tiger and creates this space.

Wall painting completes this space and the space brings this wall painting to life.

Design: Nishiyama Tohru design office
Photography: shimomura photo office inc

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