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Yoyogi Village “code kurkku” by Wonderwall

In awarding guests with a quaint alternative to everyday, bustling city demands, music producer Takeshi Kobayashi and Shinichi Osaw have crafted Yoyogi Village. The space acts as an enticing retreat center located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, as it boasts a monstrous display of plush wildlife as well as accommodating contemporary design. The Code Kurkku eatery is also notched within the village’s walls, further awarding customers with a heightened and well-rounded getaway experience. The whole experience was made possible thanks to Japanese design firm, Wonderwall.

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Yoyogi Village, 1-28-9 Yoyogi,
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Source: KNSTRCT

Date: Dec 29, 2011  /  Views: 3  /  Author: Jonathan Sawyer
Category: Design  /  Tags: Wonderwall, Interior design, Code kurkku, Yoyogi village