Branching out beyond the style realm, nana-nana creator Hisato Takenouchi has opened an onigiri dining establishment in Los Angeles.
The interior decoration and audio styling of the dining establishment was dealt with by the creative director of GR8, KIRI, while the lively RIKE logo is said to have actually been designed by Japanese streetwear icon SK8THING Art displayed on the walls come courtesy of Cali Thornhill DeWitt and Seiji Nagai, creator of renowned Harajuku vintage store DEPT The artful experience is continued on the tableware from X RATED TABLEWARE which includes prints from French artist So Me
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RIKE permits clients to try exactly what they want through a preset “COMBO,” “MAKE YOUR OWN” alternative or “A LA CARTE” choices. Onigiri styles include “CLASSICS,” “NEO” “WORLD” and “VEGAN” all made from specially cultivated “Yukitsubaki” rice grown exclusively in the Uonuma region in Japan, which is best known for its quality and taste. Customers can also select to substitute brown rice.
Side dishes served consist of Fried Chicken with Lime Sauce, Pickled Beets with Guac Sauce, Stewed Kabocha with Trail Mix, Brussels Sprouts with Anchovy Sauce, Okra with Sesame, Kale Salad with Pickled Ginger, Miso Soup and Vegan Soup
Head over to RIKE’s site to find out more about the dining establishment.
228 East 1st STREET
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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