Mid-Century Modern Japanese Style

Built in 1962, the lobby of the Hotel Okura in Tokyo mixes Japanese motifs with mid-century modern architecture. Tortoise shell pattern ceiling above. Even the chairs in the lobby are arranged in a sakura (cherry blossom) pattern – very cool.

French toast that’s been soaked in custard for 24 hours – yum

The perfectly shaped omelet

Fish scale pattern

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4 Responses to Mid-Century Modern Japanese Style

  1. lrntn says:

    Beautiful shots. My favorites are 1, 3 and 4

  2. Asif says:

    Beautiful.

  3. Round Table says:

    The compositions are really nice.

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