The idea of shiori

The name „Shiori“ consists of two Kanji characters: 史 織.

史 (shi) means history and 織 (ori) means weaving.

As we appreciate that people, time, space, encounters and our heart can be like threads, which are like interwoven and naturally formed communicators, we feel the word Shiori expresses the sense of evolving stories. We hope that all these natural threads are interwoven and new pieces of stories are written here at Shiori.

The philosophy of shiori

The philosophy of Shiori evolved from the spirit of Japanese tea ceremonies, which are often very unique, once-in-a-lifetime occasions for the participants. To treasure such occasions, one puts his whole heart into the experience.

A though the experiences at Shiori are in the forms of dinners, it can be noted that the host places a tremendous amount of thought into creating the dining space as well as preparing
the meal. During the meal the guest and host feel respect for each other and appreciate their coexistence. This leads to a cordial interaction between the host and the guests in a cozy atmosphere, where everyone feels comfortable.
In such a setting, boundaries between the host and the guests become blurred while personal backgrounds, seating positions and areas of expertise become less important. What becomes important is the sense of connection and respect for this moment of togetherness. Similar to a Japanese tea ceremony, when in a rare occasion of such togetherness in such a curated space, one would do best to enjoy it. Shiori would only live up to its philosophy when time and space are united with the heart.

The idea of shiori

The name „Shiori“ consists of two Kanji characters: 史 織.

史 (shi) means history and 織 (ori) means weaving.

As we appreciate that people, time, space, encounters and our heart can be like threads, which are like interwoven and naturally formed communicators, we feel the word Shiori expresses the sense of evolving stories. We hope that all these natural threads are interwoven and new pieces of stories are written here at Shiori.

The philosophy
of shiori

The philosophy of Shiori evolved from the spirit of Japanese tea ceremonies, which are often very unique, once-in-a-lifetime occasions for the participants. To treasure such occasions, one puts his whole heart into the experience.

A though the experiences at Shiori are in the forms of dinners, it can be noted that the host places a tremendous amount of thought into creating the dining space as well as preparing
the meal. During the meal the guest and host feel respect for each other and appreciate their coexistence. This leads to a cordial interaction between the host and the guests in a cozy atmosphere, where everyone feels comfortable.
In such a setting, boundaries between the host and the guests become blurred while personal backgrounds, seating positions and areas of expertise become less important. What becomes important is the sense of connection and respect for this moment of togetherness. Similar to a Japanese tea ceremony, when in a rare occasion of such togetherness in such a curated space, one would do best to enjoy it. Shiori would only live up to its philosophy when time and space are united with the heart.