Take in the Art while Filling your Stomach at Sunshine Studio (Tokyo)

If you tried to create a blend of an art gallery and an eatery, the Sunshine Studio in Shibuya, Tokyo seems to have succeeded.
Unfortunately most of their site is in Japanese so I could not glean too much information.

They opened their doors in 2007.
The space is modern without being in your face as the illustration below (from their site) shows.


The menu seems to be bistro fare rather than culinary inventions.
They serve lunch from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm and dinner from 5:00 pm to 11:30 pm (closed on Mondays).

Sunshine Studio came to my attention thanks to the 100 Postcards Exhibit which will run there from September 6 to September 30th.

What is 100 Postcards about you might wonder: illustrators and designers the world over customized a postcard on their hometown.

A Think Visual Bite for Tokyo Thursdays #54

Related: Art et Vin, Wine Dining and Gallery

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