Matsuri Boetie Japanese restaurant by Moreau Kusunoki Architects, Paris – France

Matsuri Boetie restaurant by Moreau Kusunoki Architects, Paris – France

Just look at these tables. It's great how they created a different design but still maintained and highlighted the Japanese vibes. Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

It's great how they created a different design but still maintained and highlighted the Japanese vibes. Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Sake Manzo / Beijing Matsubara and Architects. Japanese restaurant and sake bar in Beijing, China. Cool design.

Sake Manzo / Beijing Matsubara and Architects

Japanese tea store Jugetsudo Paris, designed by Kengo Kuma, in Saint Germain des Pres

“Japanese tea store Jugetsudo Paris, designed by Kengo Kuma, in Saint Germain des Pres ”

Aménagement cuisine - 52 idées pour obtenir un look moderne                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Aménagement cuisine - 52 idées pour obtenir un look moderne

designed for japanese restaurant guide gurunavi, kengo kuma has completed a public relations space in osaka, japan, entitled the 'shun shoku lounge'.

The latest endeavour from Hong Kong-based architect Andre Fu is a two-level contemporary Japanese restaurant sporting a mezzanine level dedicated to a hip sake bar.   Keeping with Japanese tradition, the entrance - an elegant hallway lined with bamboo...

Kioku, Seoul, South Korea

The latest endeavour from Hong Kong-based architect Andre Fu is a two-level contemporary Japanese restaurant sporting a mezzanine level dedicated to a hip sake bar. Keeping with Japanese tradition, the entrance - an elegant hallway lined with bamboo.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

Tetsujin Japanese Restaurant Melbourne by Architects EAT.

Tetsujin Japanese restaurant in Melbourne by Architects EAT in collaboration with Principle Design embraces the concept of order and chaos.

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