In the Roppongi District of Tokyo, Japanese architect Ryoji Iedokoro has completed a restaurant interior that spans the first and second floors of a newly constructed building.
The restaurant, which serves grilled meat, seeks to change perceptions of traditional yakiniku cuisine.
The first floor offers a cave-like setting. The long patterned glass table is perfect for large dinner parties. Who wouldn’t love to enjoy an evening here?
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The level above features steel pipes that mimic trees, allowing diners to feel as if they are eating in the middle of a quiet forest.
Green leaves adds to the forest feeling and creates a cosy environment for intimate dinners.
Photos courtesy Ryoji Iedokoro Architects
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