Restaurant Tanga
The stairways connecting the two-storey kitchen and leading to the main dining area cross over a massive sheet of glass that divides the two spaces. By portraying the kitchen as a single large picture viewed through a creen, the scenery is integrated into the design as a part of interior. The zebra-patterned carpet adds a touch of whimsy to the atmosphere of a traditional restaurant.  Tanga has three private dining rooms, including the Krug and the Wakabayashi, named after the old restaurant.

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