Whether you've visited Japan or not, you've likely heard about its incredible culinary scene — and its capital city, Tokyo, in particular, has some of the most unique restaurants in the western world.
And the latest to grace its streets is the wonderfully unique Nikunotoriko. Designed by Ryoji Iedokoro Architecture office, part of the restaurant was inspired by Arizona's Antelope Canyon, with a nature theme and a cave-like first floor.
The second floor is designed to look like a forest, with steel pipes that mimic trees, and structures acting as non-invasive partitions between guests. And if you fancy enjoying a meal under the stars, this wonderful restaurant also contains an open top barbecue space.
Nikunotoriko is located a short three minute walk from Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line, and is open every day for lunch and dinner. For more information, or to make a reservation, check out the official Nikunotoriko website.