The Kiyotomo Sushi Bar

Director, Producer & Video Editor

M+, Hong Kong’s new museum for visual culture, recently acquired the Kiyotomo sushi bar, designed by Shiro Kuramata in 1988. Now deinstalled from its original location, the entire space, including interior finishes, furnishings and exterior fa├žade, will be preserved and reinstalled in the M+ galleries upon completion of the museum building.

This video takes you through the history of the Kiyotomo sushi bar, the story of its deinstallation and includes interviews with Kuramata collectors and the M+ curatorial team.

West Kowloon Cultural District

M+ Hong Kong’s New Museum for Visual Culture

Director, Producer & Video Editor

“Following an international competition, the celebrated Swiss architecture firm of Herzog & de Meuron, working with Hong Kong-based TFP Farrells and Ove Arup & Partners HK, has been selected to design the M+ building.” – WKCDA

M+, Hong Kong’s new museum for visual culture, will house the world’s largest Chinese contemporary art collection.

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