Ta-Kumi  Restaurant – The essence of Japan in Madrid

Progetto Ristorante Ta-Kumi

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Ta-Kumi Madrid, the new culinary reference in the vibrant Spanish capital, further enriches the city’s gastronomic scene.

interior design studio Paco Lago Interioriza designed Ta-Kumi restaurant

Following the successful concept of its establishments in Malaga and Marbella, Ta- Kumi takes on the challenge of conquering Japanese cuisine lovers in this bustling setting.

The interior design studio Paco Lago Interioriza has captured the sober and minimalist essence of Ta-Kumi Marbella to transmit it to the heart of the capital.

Paco Lago Interioriza signs the Ta-Kumi restaurant in Madrid

The restaurant in Madrid unfolds in a three-story space, flooded with light and transformed into an intimate atmosphere that combines elements such as dark woods, cement and fabrics, enhanced by warm lighting. This fusion between the authenticity of Japanese tradition and a modern aesthetic creates a unique experience.

Inspiration from Japanese fabric prints is applied conceptually, giving the space a sense of movement and dynamism.

Traditional elements take on new applications and the furnishings evolve into bolder designs, building a prelude to a playful and unique dining experience.

In a short time of its opening Ta-Kumi Madrid has already been included in the recommendations of the prestigious Michelin Guide, demonstrating its culinary excellence. In this restaurant, diners will embark on a gastronomic journey where product and technique are the fundamental pillars.

Ta-Kumi restaurant in Madrid

Ta-Kumi Madrid has become a gastronomic must for lovers of Japanese cuisine in the Spanish capital.  Here, culinary excellence meets a carefully designed environment to create a complete experience for all the senses.

Location Madrid
Area 243 sqm
Design Paco Lago Interioriza
Photo Fer Gomez

by AN shopfitting magazine no.176 ©