An iconic object of the FYLGDU MÉR OSAKA restaurant is the large-sized counter, covered with square ceramic tiles. When Teruhiro Yanagihara, the creative director of FYLGDU MÉR, he happened to see several ceramic tiles at the atelier of Naoto Ishii and came up with the idea of putting the tiles on the counter.
Mr. Masaya Hashimoto is attracting attention in recent years with his works which transfers the forms of common plants with elaborate detail using bones and antlers of Japanese deers as the material. Through the interview regarding the daffodil sculpture he creates every year, the connection between beauty and the life that lies behind it was revealed.
What is essential in FYLGDU MÉR’s pressed juice, are the vegetables grown from Masatoshi Iwasaki’s seeds that are of native variety. These vegetables with a fresh smell and unique, strong seasonal taste serves as the indispensable core of our juice and cuisine.
FYLGDU MÉR is Icelandic for "follow me". The word represents our efforts in pursuing the future the Earth hopes for together with you through the food and service we provide bearing a variety of natural power.
RÓT is an Icelandic word for "root" of matters. We share articles and interviews with people who search for RÓT in various fields.