architecture :: restaurant in a tree

Dining at the Naha Harbor Diner in Okinawa, Japan is sure to bring back childhood memories of the old tree fort. Precariously perched 20 feet above the ground in the clutches of a huge Gajumaru tree , the views are spectacular and the meals cheap - about $70 for a group of five.

An elevator carved out in the center of the tree trunk takes you up to the main dining room where you can feast on Indian and Asian cuisine. Wondering how they carved out that big old tree?

Well guess what? Sadly enough it isn't a tree at all. Its a cement replica of a Gajumaru tree.
But its still JUST COOL!

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