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Diners at the soon-to-open Nihonbashi Club can expect cuisine that wows, heartens and satisfies.
Moving into a new home usually means gulping down local takeout or delivery pizza amid stacks of half-empty boxes.
Much more than just frames on the wall, the Nihonbashi Club’s art collection symbolizes everything the facility aspires to be.
When the Club’s Nihonbashi satellite facility opens this spring, it will be more than just a place to eat, drink and exercise. For many Members, it will be a home away from home.
The Club’s soon-to-open Nihonbashi facility promises to be a welcoming space of exquisite interior design.
Whenever I see the alcove of a tastefully built Japanese room,” writes novelist Junichiro Tanizaki in In Praise of Shadows, his landmark treatise on Japanese aesthetics, “I marvel at our comprehension of the secrets of shadows, our sensitive use of shadow and light.”
The bar of the Club’s soon-to-open Nihonbashi facility promises an elegant and vibrant experience for all imbibers.
"I like bars just after they open for the evening,” declares gumshoe Philip Marlowe in Raymond Chandler’s 1953 noir masterpiece The Long Goodbye. “The first quiet drink of the evening in a quiet bar—that’s wonderful.”