Le Comptoir Shibuya immerges Japan into the French world
Le Comptoir Shibuya, both a cheese dairy and a wine cellar, is a concept advocating conviviality "à la française"
On the menu
- Development of a restaurant/ wine bar in Shibuya (Tokyo).
- Design: Ikuma Architecture
- Architect: Atelier Chiyoda (Akihito Tanigaito)
- Artisan: Haradasakan Tokyo
- Material used: BEALSTONE® range, Beal International
The conviviality in the French way
Comptoir Shibuya is a well-known concept in France that is spreading around the world. Located in Shibuya, this cheese dairy and wine cellar allows the Japanese people to immerse themselves in the French world by tasting local products. The French friendliness characterizes this warm place.
BEALSTONE® as the centerpiece of the place
The counter, the centerpiece of the premises, where the selection of cheeses from the establishment is stored, is made with the BEALSTONE® solution. This unique creation, made with fragments of wine bottles in particular, fits perfectly with the authentic spirit of the brand.
BEALSTONE® blends, endless possibilities
In this case, the Comptoir Shibuya has chosen, in connection with the theme of this restaurant/bar, pieces of glass of wine bottles to accessorize its worktop. With BEALSTONE® blends, there are endless possibilities. Between aggregates, precious stones, recycled materials or even of natural origin, … everything is possible. Discover the BEALSTONE® range and let your imagination run wild.