Noma, with the accolade it has of being a Michelin star restaurant in Copenhagen, opened up a pop up location in Tokyo. The chef along with his staff of 50, moved to Tokyo’s Mandarin Oriental for 5 weeks to experiment with a new winter menu based on the local Japanese produce.
More than 60,000 people applied to dine at the pop up restaurant but only about 4,000 were lucky enough to have the privilege to do so. Those who did not manage to taste the dishes can buy the custom-made tableware that were used in the Tokyo restaurant from Noma’s online shop.
The restaurant collaborated with 14 different Japanese artists to design and create a collection that was made from locally sourced material.
The Akito Akgagi lacquer fork will cost you $200 and the fork and spoon pair will be for $330. The chopsticks are for $65 and the brown stoneware teapot costs $695. The most expensive item on the list is a shelving unit by Wahl & Ross that costs $2,890.
The products will be shipped after February 14, since that is when the Noma pop up in Tokyo will close.
[Via – Luxuo]