Room III & Kappou Mu

Escape to Bamboo Oasis: Room III and Kappou Mu


Immerse yourself in the tranquil world of Room III and Kappou Mu, located in H Zentre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, this dual-concept restaurant offers a seamless blend of contemporary design and authentic Japanese culinary experiences.

As you step into the space, a serene bamboo grove welcomes you, instantly transporting you away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Drawing inspiration from renowned architect Tatiana Bilbao, the mirrored facades create a captivating illusion, reflecting the surrounding bamboo forest and creating a truly immersive experience.

Guests who come for the omakase dining experience enter through the left mirror boxed entrance upon arrival, where they are greeted by a humble Japanese chef serving at a 14-seater counter located under eaves inspired by the traditional sushi roller. This Kappou space is filled with mud wall, providing a unified aesthetic of Japanese culinary shokunin. This humble dining space is constructed with Japanese Cedar wood that not just to create an integrated and warm appeal, yet fully demonstrating the professionalism and expertise in traditional Japanese culinary, this is Kappou Mu!

Where, Room III is an Edomae-style omakase spirit restaurant, where guests are guided through a mirror-boxed entrance to a 14-seater counter. The humble and warm ambiance, adorned with mud walls and Japanese Cedar wood, showcases the expertise and professionalism of traditional Japanese culinary shokunin.

A contemporary gastro bar. The winding hallway leads you to a cozy seating area featuring a mix of real leaf wallpaper, a high-gloss plastered ceiling, and bamboo pillars, beautifully representing the Japanese shokunin culture. The centerpiece is the bar counter, framed by a reflective cage, creating a captivating focal point. Delicate Shinto shrine-inspired fixtures and timed curtains enhance the ambiance, preserving the serenity of the space.

Inside the inner lounge, an inner sanctuary awaits, adorned with opulent décor. Mirrored panels with a diamond pattern and a reflective ceiling with flowing leaves exude luxury and femininity. The free-flowing arrangement of tables, ribbon-shaped benches, and low tables and stools creates a relaxed setting, while full-length windows offer picturesque views of the city skyline.

Room III and Kappou Mu by Minus Workshop provide a sanctuary where nature, design, and culinary artistry converge. Step into this oasis and indulge your senses in a feast of Japanese culture and gastronomy.