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Snarkitecture’s Tokyo art gallery turns into an omakase restaurant at night

Tokyo’s 3110NZ is an art gallery by day and a Michelin-starred restaurant by night, all wrapped in a cave-like design by Snarkitecture.

During the daytime, the Nakameguro space is host to a contemporary art gallery, with pictures hung in nooks that appear to have been carved out of the building’s walls.

Snarkitecture’s Tokyo art gallery turns into an omakase restaurant at night
Photography: Ippei Shinzawai

Visitors to the Tokyo restaurant and gallery enter via a recessed wooden door, lit by a strip of LEDs and also reminiscent of an entrance to an underground structure. Inside, the cavern-like gallery is washed in white paint, with terrazzo flooring that’s reminiscent of the stepping stones found in Japanese gardens.

Artworks are placed opposite a long, Hinoki wood bar – traditionally used for preparing sashimi – which becomes the busy hub of the 3110NZ restaurant at night time. Chairs echo the rest of the space, with carved wooden backs and speckled fabric seats.

Japan, 〒153-0042 Tokyo, Meguro City, Aobadai, 1 Chome−18−7 カスタリア中目黒 1F

Snarkitecture’s Tokyo art gallery turns into an omakase restaurant at night
Photography: Ippei Shinzawai
Snarkitecture’s Tokyo art gallery turns into an omakase restaurant at night
Photography: Ippei Shinzawai
Snarkitecture’s Tokyo art gallery turns into an omakase restaurant at night
Photography: Ippei Shinzawai

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