Nikunotoriko: A Primal Restaurant in Tokyo, Japan

Nikunotoriko restaurant designed by Tokyo-based architect Ryoji Iedokoro offers premium grilled meats in Tokyo’s trendy Roppongi district. The restaurant is two levels and evokes a primal hunter aesthetic with trees, plants and a cavernous feel which fits with the meat-heavy menu. The lower level is made up of walls that are molded to look like stone with a large mirror giving it a tunnel-like appearance and a riverbed made up of flowing glass tiles. The large smoked glass table makes up the majority of the seating on the first floor, giving it’s guests an intimate dining experience. On the floor above, a modern forest made up of steel pipes also serves as coat racks. Guests are invited to sit on the floor around a small table as if they were seated around a campfire. The overall effect is a visually stunning and tactile experience, unlike anything that has been seen before.

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Nikunotoriko: A Primal Restaurant in Tokyo, Japan