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Doyle Collection Co. Ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

Interiors Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1stDeformation of our tradition and good localization are essential in order to make Japanese culture easier to be accepted by foreign countries. This is a Japanese cutlet restaurant chain called ”Saboten”, the first flagship restaurant in China. Here, viewing the future visions of restaurant chain, we made designs that will become useful manuals when expanding to China and also overseas.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

First of all, one of our challenges was to grasp the right understanding of “Japanese images” that the foreigners prefer. We focused mainly on” traditional Japan”. At present, compared with this modern style brand, we put in effort on how to incorporate this” traditional Japan”. One of our approaches was to add traditional aspects to the materials. Furthermore we made deformation and by adjusting this to modern style, we created a new identity. And this, in fact, made the foreigners easier to understand our outcome.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

And here is another approach we challenged. We tried to understand the local culture and to partly localize the designs and layouts. You will see this from the height and position of the partitions. We also adopted round tables. This is one way of localization. Nevertheless, it is just one of our Japanese minds of hospitality known as ”Omotenashi”. We came up with this conclusion when we considered about improving customers satisfaction in a flexible way. But this does not mean that we created this Japanese restaurant so that it will look like Chinese restaurants.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

In this way, Japanese restaurant Saboten that we “delivered” to China received good reputation to a wide range of customers. And also to the Japanese, this restaurant gained attention with a fresh impression look. It has become an excellent example of integrating traditional Japan and contemporary Japan.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. | Saboten Beijing The 1st

© Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Doyle Collection co. ltd.

Doyle Collection co. ltd. was established in 2011. (Head office Tokyo, Japan) Aiji Inoue is CEO of Doyle Collection. Engaged as Interior Architect for 11years at a Japanese famous design studio. Created many projects and received high evaluation in every project. Most significant features of his works are not just creating one scene but sequence. Just one year Doyle Collection has been expanding the market from Japan to Asia.

Location: No.9, Dongdaqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
Designer: Doyle Collection Co. Ltd. | Aiji Inoue, Yuki Kanai
Project name: Saboten Beijing The 1st
Year: 5, March, 2013
Built area: 346sqm
Client: Saboten Co., LTD.
Photo credits: Satoru Umetsu/ Nacasa&Partners Inc.
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