Fujiwara Yoshi is a Japanese restaurant with Ukrainian soul. This is a maze you don't want to leave. Here, aesthetics and function are integrated, pipes become lamps, flowers grow from the ceiling, mosses grow from plates. This is where you can rest your eyes, hold your breath and taste Japanese food. The designer's main task is to convey Japanese philosophy, not to shout at some cliches. The interior design of this restaurant is the comfort level stipulated by Japan, but with Ukrainian spirit. Now let's enjoy it together with hongyutang, the decoration company of Zhengzhou restaurant!
In order to conduct business negotiations, there needs to be a separate room with wooden walls, floors and ceilings, so no one will eavesdrop. In a large banquet hall, under the poppy head of the lamp, a table is passing through the room. Under the bamboo bean sprouts, soft cream seats and chairs are pressed against the table. Everything is specially made for this restaurant. Next to them are the tempura and robata barbecue areas.
In Tatami Room 3, the sky stretches out on the walls and chairs, while ikebana tickles the guests on the flowers. Ceramic casks and overeating refrigerators suggest that everything will develop further. Further, it's going to be a bit more glamorous - in travertine's arms, under a light gradient cloth, the bar is ringing with glasses on.