Godiva in Japan







Godiva Chocolatier is a well- known chocolate institution around the world, but what is not so well-known to me, is this beautiful Godiva store in Japan. Located in the Harajuku district in Tokyo, the amazing interiors to the store were designed by the Tokyo interior design team Wonderwall.

This is conceptual and playful design at its best, with the interiors created from a child’s perspective. Who has not watched Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and wondered what it would be like to enter a wonderland devoted to all things sweet, where you could literally eat the walls? Although I don’t recommend trying to eat these specific walls, I do think that sitting down to eat something sweet within metaphorically melting walls and ceilings is a good second option. The lighting in these interiors is also spectacularly clever. It’s almost as if the non-melting surfaces have been turned into the crisp wrapping of a chocolate bar through the positioning of light. I propose we take a small trip to Japan and have some chocolate.

All images from this website.

Post by guest blogger: Hila Shachar

10 comments:

the teacup chronicles said...

It's like a futuristic temple for chocolate...good work, Japan.

Dancing Branflake said...

It's times like these that I go "that's my people!" Lovely and so incredibly unbelievable.

Ann said...

What a clever decor. On the mark.

Now, where did my hubbie hide that chocolate!

hila said...

hehe, I see there are lots of chocolate fans!

Kate said...

I'm drooling over these photos. Rarely do I get a glimpse of whimsical themes expressed in a clean, modern style. Such sweet irony!

ulije said...

All wonderwall's design are amazing!

taking fashion said...

i have to visit this Godiva ! it is so cool.

Luxe Mommy said...

I was scrolling through the pictures and my son {who is 7} started slurping and said he wanted to lick my screen. *secretly i do too*

hila said...

hehe, the comments on this post make me laugh - how crazy are we going over chocolate (and chocolate walls).

Floripa said...

MUY BUENA AMBIENTACION

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