Japanese Treehouse Diner Opens 20-Feet Above The Ground

Japanese Treehouse Diner Opens 20-Feet Above The Ground
Arts & Culture

The restaurant situated in an unlikely location, builds on the nature theme and uses only locally grown ingredients.

Yi Chen
  • 21 june 2012

A restaurant in the quiet Japanese island of Okinawa, is built 20-feet above the ground on what looks a giant tree. The Gajumaru diner is constructed to look like a giant treehouse nested between massive branches. Customers enter the restaurant vial the spiral stairway and elevator inside the tree trunk.

Gajumaru sources organic and local ingredients from the area. By purchasing locally grown food, the restaurant is able to reduce packaging and carbon waste associated with shipping. Not only does the diner have one of the best views over-looking the Naha Harbour, but it’s also known for its delicious cuisines.


+Design Update
+Environmental / Green

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