Inflorescence was inspired by “Perching swallows return to the eaves in peace, flying flower petals drop in the garden at leisure”, a poem of the Tang Dynasty. This Japanese garden retreat is full of zen with distinct four seasons, located at an elevation of 465 meters in Shinshe, Taichung. To invite each guest to enjoy every serene moment in this great escape, Inflorescence creates a private and aesthetic space dedicated to Japanese kaiseki cuisine.
Taking 10 years to plan and build, Inflorescence was open on April 24th, 2021. Wood, stone, bamboo, and mud are embraced in the architecture design. This new landmark stands on the border between the mountain and the city, where wind blowing, light shadow, cloud mist and silky sunset are found for simplicity yet sophistication, abundance yet unobtrusiveness.
Thinking globally at Inflorescence, we also connect locally. We draw on the vast resources of local and seasonal ingredients, serving pure food and delicacy to create heartwarming dining memories.