Nanairo Temari Uta Traditionally, temari were toys made from the remnants of old kimono by mothers for their children. Today they are a prime example of Japanese folk art. This restaurant is all about temari—booths are shaped like giant temari balls, and smaller versions decorate the interior. The design motif even extends to the food, which includes sushi shaped like colorful balls rather than the usual rectangles. It is fun, if a bit kitschy.
5F Humax Pavillion, 3–28–10 Shinjuku, Tokyo, 160-0022, Japan