Shanghai Hip-pop design team created a Sakura rainfall in Omakase, which features contrasting pink glass partitions and a gold private dining room.

Started with the design concept of Sakura, the flower petals are combined with the glass partitions in a creative way, achieving a virtual-real synthesis and crystal-clear decorative effects. At the same time, the boundless pink Sakura is in contrast with the golden Tatami room. With the dynamic lighting, the blooming Sakura and exquisitely carved dewdrops make a feast of spring. The entire space is just like a freehand brushwork painting, in which every diner becomes a part of the scenery.

Design by:

Hip-pop design

Photos by:

Boris Shiu

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