In the forest / Parmi les arbres


Did you know that Ki means tree in Japanese ? Discover a new kind of forest to have a break …

The Ki Cafe in Tokyo serves great coffee and delicious pastries in a contrasting and serene environment : white surroundings, tables and chairs contrast with the deep black of the trees and the coffee … a quiet, peaceful yet bold interior design !

Saviez-vous que Ki signifie arbre en japonais ?
Le Ki Café à Tokyo sert un excellent café et de délicieuses pâtisseries dans un environnement incroyablement serein: un environnement, des tables et des chaises blanches immaculées, contrastant avec le noir profond des arbres et du café un design très paisible et pourtant tout à fait audacieux !

Place/ Ki Cafe, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Architect(e)/ id

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