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  • Experience multisensory dining at Sagaya
  • Experience multisensory dining at Sagaya
    Sagaya (2017) ©
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Experience multisensory dining at Sagaya

‘You eat with your eyes first’ goes the saying. By designing a dining experience that immerses all of the senses, Tokyo restaurant Sagaya has taken this to another level by providing its customers with a multi-sensory dining experience that's as much a feast for the eyes as it is the stomach. 

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