At just 20 sq meters, Takigawa is a sushi restaurant that sits between a parking lot and an old factory.
Odd place to have an eating establishment, almost like a secluded hideout designed to be discrete.
From the pictures, they don’t seem to be too confined. Instead it feels like a small intimate premise to enjoy a meal.
I’m intrigued by how a small corner can turned out to be such an attractive (and pared-down) restaurant.
(via: Spoon & Tamago)