August 1, 2014

After an afternoon of shopping around Omotesando, in Tokyo, we decided to stop at A to Z Café to have a look at the interior and to have lunch. Nothing disappointed! The simplistic décor and food presentation was right up my alley, along with the enormous window and beautiful view of Aoyama. I’m also a sucker for the use worn textures and mismatched furniture (which all come together flawlessly!). Yoshitomo Nara’s works are displayed around the café and there is even a small wooden house in the middle of the café, which serves as an additional exhibition space for his work. The Café was jointly produced and designed by Yoshitomo Nara himself and the Graf design firm.

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