A SUGGESTIVE BAR LOCATED IN VALENCIA THAT RECALLS THE TOKYO’S STREETS AND DISTRICTS
Masquespacio, a design studio created in 2010 by Ana Milena Hernàndez Palacios and Christophe Penasse, designed the interior of Hikary Yakitori bar located in the district of Rufaza in Valencia and owned by José Miguel, Nuria and Clara. They are also the owners of Nozomi Sushi bar which is located in the same district of the new bar. They decided to establish a new restaurant simply because they want to keep their passion for japanese food alive.
The interior design of the bar has been inspired by the different quarters and alleys of Tokyo and has been reinterpreted through a monochrome color scheme represented by grey and rusty finishes, as well as a touch of wood that adds warmth to the overall concept.
The façade immediately recalls the entrance of Tokyo’s tunnels and invites us to enter in a warm environment characterized by the use of wood mixed with concrete and metal and enriched by dimmed lights.
Moreover, the bar includes a squared room which is characterized by light sculptures hanging from the ceiling and walls that recreate- by means of dark colors- the pollution of Tokyo’s streets.
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