Our sustainability actions
The WAGYU 1129 restaurant has been renovated while keeping its original shape.
On the ground floor, the 120 year old bricks have been left exposed and painted with a transparent coating to preserve their original beauty.
The cracks in the walls were repaired using the traditional Japanese technique of KINTSUGI (repairing broken vessels using lacquer (tree sap) and gold dust). Please see photos.
In the basement, the counter table is made of Japanese ginkgo wood, stained with sumi ink to give it a tasteful look. Also the ground floor stone wall was polished and used as a table.
The Japanese spirit of "Mottainai" (anti-waste) has been replaced by the concept of sustainability.
We hope you enjoy this traditional Japanese technique and feel the spirit of Mottainai = sustainability.