Akasaka
When I first visited Japan, I realized that there were a lot of incredible designs everywhere in Tokyo and that motivated me to return and stay here and work as a user-experience designer. Look at this picture that I took in an izakaya in Akasaka. Here, you can see the skewers facing both sides of the plate to make the eating experience more comfortable for the customers, this is a really subtle but amazing design that I find to be representative of Japanese culture.
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