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Dokodemo is a quick service restaurant in the East Village neighborhood in New York, offering Japanese
street-foods such as Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, and Yakisoba. Everything is made from scratch, and guests can watch how their food is made, which was one of the key design requirement from the client. Over the glass is the large iron griddle, where the staffs cook the food right in front of the eyes of the customers. Although this is a quick-service sit-down restaurant, the design was meant to make the guests feel as if they were in a street in Japan, ordering food at a vendor; the livelihood, the vibe and the interaction with the staffs gives the feel as if the guests were transported to Japan.

Design by Makoto Ishii

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