Step into tranquility at Hotaru Shabu Shabu, located in Alam Sutera. Drawing inspiration from the Japanese Zen and Tea Ceremony, the interior design concept provides a peaceful and balanced atmosphere for diners. Zen in Japanese means meditation to find peace and balance in life, and the Tea Ceremony is a meditative activity that embodies the value of Wabi Sabi, where natural, simple, and minimalistic things are preferred.
Hotaru Shabu Shabu’s interior design concept is a harmonious blend of traditional Japanese elements and modern minimalism. The space’s straight lines of wood and concrete, along with the natural materials used, create a peaceful and balanced atmosphere. Guests can indulge in the restaurant’s cuisine while immersing themselves in the serenity of the space. Whether for a date night or a family dinner, Hotaru Shabu Shabu offers an unforgettable dining experience.
The interior of Hotaru Shabu Shabu blends traditional Japanese elements with modern minimalism. Straight lines of wood and concrete create a serene Wabi Sabi-inspired atmosphere, while natural materials such as wood, stone marble, and pebble stone add to the minimalistic ambiance. The color palette of dark and light greys, along with warm wood browns, invites guests to enjoy their meal in a peaceful and balanced space.