Rustic cobble stone streets, paper parasols and Shou Sugi Ban – the ancient Japanese technique of charring timber to preserve it – inspire the materials used in Miyako. Natural oak walls and ceilings juxtapose with black timber block end flooring. Traditional craftsmanship is also referenced, from butterfly joints in the walls to the screens inspired by the Kumiko technique, where craftsmen assemble wood pieces to create patterns without using nails. Miyako offers four very different, authentic dining experiences. You are led from the entrance to a cozy bar that boasts a wide selection of Sake, or further into the main dining area with live cooking and a sushi bar. For a more intimate meal, you can dine in the private Teppanyaki room or Tatami rooms. Specially commissioned artwork and modern furniture tie everything together to create a contemporary, fresh yet moody ambience that emulates the natural warmth of traditional Japanese eateries.
Miyako, Hyatt Regency
Restaurants & Bars, Interior Design