restaurant
 
tokyo's esteemed
architecture and
design company
'super potato'
headed by the designer,
noriyoshi muramatsu,
have created
a layout
to inspire
indulgence.

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  • main dining area
  • sushi counter & robata grill
  • tosho table
  • kotatsu room
  • main dining area
  • sushi counter & robata grill
  • tosho table
  • kotatsu room
  • a variety of seating
    options complement
    the main dining area 
    which is dominated by 
    the open plan kitchen.
    the design is influenced
    by eastern philosophy
    and combines ancient
    culinary customs with
    contemporary culture
  • while dining at the
    counters alongside the
    open plan kitchen, you
    can observe zuma's
    skilled chefs in action.

    reservations are not
    required at the counters
    and the full menu
    is available
  • set apart from the the
    main dining area, the
    tosho table can seat
    up to 10. although
    semi-private, you can
    still catch the 'buzz' of
    the sake bar and the
    lounge nearby as well
    as observing the chefs
    at the robata grill
  • two private dining
    rooms that seat 12
    and 14 respectively
    provide a unique
    dining experience.
    the sunken kotatsu
    tables are partitioned
    by open timberwork,
    allowing privacy
    without isolating the
    ambience of the
    restaurant.

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