Tokyo’s Nikunotoriko Restaurant in an Artistic Masterpiece
Dining is a multisensory experience at Nikunotoriko restaurant in the stylish Roppongi district of Tokyo. Envisioned by Japanese architect Ryoji Iedokoro, the establishment serves yakiniku (grilled meat) cuisine in two distinct, mind-blowing spaces designed to reconnect patrons with nature and their primordial origins.
The cave-like setting on the first floor revolves around a long smoked-glass table, with a sleek glass tiled floor evoking a stream of water, and undulating walls that bring to mind Arizona’s Antelope Canyon. The upper floor transports diners in the middle of a lush and quiet hillside forest where steel pipes act as trees.
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