Posts Tagged ‘japanese restaurant’

Sushi Restaurant by 07BEACH, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

April 17th, 2015

Sushi Restaurant by 07BEACH, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

Wagaya Japanese Restaurant by Vie Studio, Melbourne – Australia

August 8th, 2014

Housed in what used to be an old cinema, Vie Studio has transform this double volume space into a bespoke Japanese Izakaya Restaurant, offering diners a modern yet authentic dining experience.

Tatsu Japanese Cuisine by Blu Water Studio, Kuala Lumpur

December 14th, 2012

In Tatsu Japanese Restaurant in InterContintntal Kuala Lumpur the traditional design is expressed in modern approach, natural materials are found in new realization. Amazing surrounding created with the aid of light reinforces dining experiences.

Yojisan Sushi restaurant by Dan Brunn, Beverly Hills

October 19th, 2012

Upon entering Yojisan, diners walk under a floating rug of leafy plants that spring from the ceiling and lit from above. This design simulates a Japanese forest dreamscape unique only to the restaurant.

Tatsu Japanese Cuisine restaurant by Blu Water Studio, Kuala Lumpur

August 22nd, 2012

Sculptor Isamu Noguchi has inspired Blu Water Studio Designers to create a real Japanese enclave in the heart of bustling Kuala Lumpur. In Tatsu Japanese Restaurant in InterContinental Kuala Lumpur the traditional design is expressed in modern approach, natural materials are found in new realization. Amazing surrounding created with the aid of light reinforces dining experiences.

Bama Lohas Café by Kengo Kuma, Tokyo

April 24th, 2012

The atmosphere is typical of old Japanese restaurant in Tokyo. Bama Lohas Cafe is designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates. The roof, the insulation of the room and the restaurant’s walls are decorated with wicker.

Fusão restaurant by João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos, Lisbon

April 20th, 2012

A Japanese restaurant within a 5-star hotel. The aim is for a simple space, somehow neutral, that calms and prepares the senses for the feast of flavours that promises to be tasted. It is divided into two distinct zones, significant of the eating way of this other culture.

Sushicafé Avenida by Saraiva + Asociados, Lisbon

November 30th, 2011

In April 2011 the most recent Japanese restaurant opened in Lisbon. Created by the Architecture Practice “Saraiva + Associados”, the aim of this design was to reflect different facets of Japanese culture. The thought was to surprise the clientele by letting them discover new textures, new colours and new scents in every step they take or even in every visit they make.