Chocoholics in Tokyo are in for a treat when they visit the 100% Chocolate Bar. Take one step into this shop and you'll feel yourself emerged in a chocolate oasis.
With ceilings designed to look like giant chocolate bars, this shop is a chocolate lovers dream. It features glossy marble tables and chesnut steel chairs reminiscent of white and dark chocolate.
The glass kitchen allows visitors to see the entire chocolate making process so they can watch from a distance as they enjoy the pure bliss of sitting inside a chocolate bubble.
The 100% Chocolate Bar also features a chocolate library with 56 different types of chocolate packaged in bright colors. For those who are short on time, the shop also has a takeout window where you can order all sorts of chocolately treats and drinks.
This amazing design is the work of Wonderwall studio which reimagined a more sophisticated Willy Wonka-type adventure for adults.
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