Earth, Wood, and Dumplings

Tokyo-based firm Tono Mirai Architects recently completed a sustainable project named after a dumpling. The project is called Oyaki Farm, which is a sustainable agricultural facility located just outside the city of Nagano.  It comprises a cafe, a store, and various spaces to produce a local culinary specialty called oyaki, which is essentially a dumpling made […]

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