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Ogata japanese art of living

Named after star designer and restaurant owner Shinichiro Ogata, this four-floor 800 sq.m. hideaway is devoted to the Japanese art of living. Boutique, tea room, craft showcase, bar and restaurant, Ogata is a multifaceted space that deserves top ranking on your beauty bucket list. The tea store carries a range of 30 different Ogata teas, as well as hojicha, roasted on site, gyokuro and a rare shade-grown tea. Further along, the Wagashi store invites you to discover a wide selection of Japanese pastries made from rice paste and bean paste, while L’Atelier, opposite, stocks 200 streamlined objects for everyday use, including tableware, utensils and minimalist crockery. Alternatively, take part in the tea ceremony or taste some delicious pastries by heading down to the lower-ground Sabo tearoom, or make your way to the second floor to try one of five signature cocktails in the bar. Feeling hungry? Walk the footbridge to the restaurant seating fifty diners and a dozen more in a private dining room, where chef Kazuki Watanabe serves a simple yet refined menu inspired by regional Japanese cuisine. This year, Ogata also plans to open a gallery for meetings and exhibitions of outstanding artworks.

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16, rue Debelleyme, 75003 Paris Phone : 01 80 97 76 80
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