The luxury restaurant of Japanese fusion cuisine takes place in Hamburg, Germany. On November 2016, the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg has opened the new design-restaurant NIKKEI NINE, offering innovative Japanese cuisine incorporated with Peruvian ingredients. Take a look at the brilliant images of the interior design of this restaurant that Modern Dining Tables blog has chosen for you. Get inspired.
The new design-restaurant NIKKEI NINE is decorated entirely in shades of gold, cognac, amber and black. The focus of the innovative concept is its unusual theatre-kitchen that is accessible for guests. Furthermore, a double loaded bar, at which especially for the NIKKEI NINE created drinks as well as dinner can be served, brings additional value to the restaurant.
The name NIKKEI represents the culinary direction of the restaurant, while the number nine is considered as highly positive in the Japanese culture and was therefore added to the name. In Japan, nine hours is the length of a good sleep.
Additionally, the number nine represents the highest level of economically achievable success and the ideal number of people at a table in restaurants. Coincidentally the street number 9 of the previous Doc Cheng’s serves as a connection between the innovative future and the traditional heritage of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten at the Inner Alster Lake. This clear connection represents the thought of longevity and an exclusive restaurant concept.
The interior concept of NIKKEI NINE was created by General Manager Ingo C. Peters and his Executive Team. Boca do Lobo is one of the brands that makes part of the incredible interior of the restaurant: the Bohème Safe, a set of luxury vintage travelling suitcases, welcomes the clients on the entrance.
Bohème embodies the spirit of true adventurers who choose to live an unconventional lifestyle and aim to achieve what is accessible only to a few people. This rare and exceptional jewellery safe distinguishes itself for the haute craftmanship and hyper refinement in its essence, following a new hyper-luxury trend.
With special compartments to guard jewellery and precious liquors, watch winders to exhibit watches and humidors for cigars, Boca do Lobo’s new Private Collection home safe explores rarity and beauty in a contemporary way and will certainly be the star of your luxury closet. Bohème is the perfect house safe for the avant-garde traveller who worships exceptional luxury objects. This unique piece will guard the most precious secrets of the wildest adventures for years and years to come.
Inside, you also can find an amazing lounge area, where you have a special light to help to make everything more special. Where you can enjoy the most brilliant exclusive design of the entire restaurant’s dining room area.
In the age of global proximity country-specific dishes and cooking techniques melt with unusual ingredients from other countries and regions. This interplay of contrasts is especially exciting when whole continents are connecting in a culinary way: the so-called NIKKEI CUISINE represents Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian influence originated from the kitchens of Japanese immigrants in South America – predominantly in Peru and Brazil.
Using surprising combinations and intense flavours, NIKKEI cultivated a style that complements the Japanese fine sense of classically elegant dishes by adding cheerful, hearty Peruvian elements.