The journey is as important as the destination, and in Nadaman the journey is an exquisite ensemble of defined spaces. The sushi bar can be open or discreet with the use of sliding shoji screens, opposite a fine display of illuminated Sake bottles. A small waiting area is adorned by a signature art of a thousand porcelain butterfly kimono. Guests are led into the main dining area flanked by 2 semi-private teppanyaki rooms with floating textured walls. The Nadaman chain itself is steeped in two-centuries of rich tradition, and thus all venues are heavily influenced by the sanctity of Japanese culture.