Cucchiaio by Ninkipen


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Japanese architectural firm Ninkipen recently completed Cucchiaio, a new Italian restaurant in Osaka. The name means Spoon in Italian, so we have something in common.

The interior and exterior combine wood, metal and white to create a sophisticated atmosphere that seems to be consistent with their high-end Italian dishes. If the interior shots don’t move you, perhaps a look at their food will make you want to go?

5 Comments

  1. What’s with this dish? Shouldn’t there be some vegetable? Maybe a sprig of green? Where’s the famous Japanese presentation aspect? Also, where’s the ambience? Shouldn’t there be a plant inside or something to give it a little warmth? I think the only thing you have in common is the spoon.

  2. What’s with this dish? Shouldn’t there be some vegetable? Maybe a sprig of green? Where’s the famous Japanese presentation aspect? Also, where’s the ambience? Shouldn’t there be a plant inside or something to give it a little warmth? I think the only thing you have in common is the spoon.

  3. Johnny

    March 3, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    so…you are trying to say you don’t like the place?

  4. You should be a detective!

  5. You should be a detective!

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