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    Japanese Restaurant Design

    03 Oct, 2022

    Japanese Restaurant Design Trends

    How to set up a restaurant according to the latest design trends. Long tables, proximity, organic materials, open spaces

    Setting up a restaurant in these times implies ensuring a good gastronomic offer, but also making the space impact customers. This responds to the transformation that the restoration is undergoing, since the dining experience now also includes entertainment, sensations and emotions.

    If, with the setting of the restaurant, we achieve that the diner feels relaxation, pleasure and fun, without a doubt, we will influence their perception and their purchasing behavior.

    We collect the most current trends in restaurant design, so you can take them into account when setting up your restaurant or adapting them to your business. Your customers will appreciate it and your box too. They are 5, take note:

    # 1- Conceptualize the restaurant

    When opening a restaurant, more and more restaurateurs think about the concept. The trend is to focus the culinary offer on a star product, and from this, create a concept that is reflected in every corner of the business. That is why themed venues grow, which give customers other reasons, than food, to return.

    The Aponiente restaurant in Cádiz, Spain, is an example, because with the sea as its theme, it is decorated with jellyfish lamps, fishtail chairs, scale walls and salt walls.
    The Aponiente restaurant in Cádiz is an example of how to set up a restaurant with a marine themed design. Design trends 2016

    Japanese-Restaurant-Design-Trends# 2- Use organic materials

    When it comes to setting up a restaurant, the setting is so powerful that it can influence how customers feel and think when they enter it. If we take this influence into account, the most logical thing is to use materials that evoke well-being. The natural, organic and simple is imposed, and that is why we see more and more restaurants, made of wood, stone, handicrafts and even with the same materials as the original construction.

    The heavy industrial design is exhausted and more humanized spaces proliferate. Like the Mama Campo restaurant in Madrid, which projects nature everywhere.

    The Mama Campo restaurant in Madrid is an example of how to set up a restaurant with organic materials.

    # 3- Open spaces, diverse environments

    Before, opening a restaurant involved designing the setting according to the space. Today, this complication disappears, since open space is used, so that different environments coexist in it.

    Those rooms that sought the privacy of the client, with divisions and walls, are left behind, to make way for rooms where several things happen at the same time. Kitchens exposed for entertainment. Open-plan venues where customers can take a tour and choose where they feel best.

    It is a trend that allows you to mix different objects and styles in one place, and achieve a more intense effect on the customer experience.

    Llama restaurant in Copenhagen is an open, fun and lively place that allows you to enjoy the comfort of the restaurant, also having the feeling of being in a bar or a nightclub.

    The Llama restaurant in Copenhagen is an example of how to set up a restaurant with various settings. trends 2016

    And at the Fru K restaurant in Oslo, all settings complement each other.

    The Fru K restaurant in Oslo is an example of how to set up a restaurant with several environments in the same space. Design trends 2016
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    # 4- Proximity

    Another trend is the rescue of the values ​​of eating in a group and sharing the table. That is why the urban dining rooms arise, with rectangular tables and long stools, where several clients coexist, to give the feeling of being in the market or in the park having a picnic.

    As in the Mama Shelter restaurant in Paris, where long tables for several diners predominate.

    The Mama Shelter restaurant in Paris is an example of how to set up a restaurant with long tables for several clients and facilitate proximity. Design trends 2016
    Or like the Ô Cocottes brasserie, in Liège, Belgium where customers are close by, thanks to a large purple bench.
    Ô Cocottes restaurant, Belgium is an example of how to set up a restaurant with a long stool so that customers are close.

    Japanese-Sample-Design# 5- Attract with colors

    It seems that monochrome and metallic restaurants were also left behind. Attracting attention through risky color combinations is the trend. Everything is to surprise customers. In Stockholm, there is The Design bar, a good example of how the use of color can turn a restaurant into a dream place. Its decoration in the style of graphics, gives.