J. Candice Interior Architects Kishoku Japanese Restaurant
Kishoku Japanese Restaurant is Bronze Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
Kishoku Japanese Restaurant

Connecting traditional and contemporary, Kishoku is a modern interpretation of Japanese cuisine. The main inspiration comes from japanese festival with elements such as festival drum and lanterns that are altered into modern design. The colours inside the restaurant are generally light natural tone to compliment with the vivid colour and natural freshness in their sushi and sashimi. The restaurant is divided into three area, booth area, sushi bar and vip room.

Kishoku Japanese Restaurant
J. Candice Interior Architects Kishoku
J. Candice Interior Architects Japanese Restaurant
J. Candice Interior Architects design
J. Candice Interior Architects design
J. Candice Interior Architects

Candice Chan Chao grew up in Hong Kong before leaving for college in the United States. Graduating summa cum laude with a B.F.A in Interior Design from Syracuse University, she spent her post-college years in New York, revitalizing a Broadway theatre, designing studios and offices for multi-national corporations and developing interiors for New York’s famed 92Y. After returning to Hong Kong in 2009, Candice headed her own professional firm, J. Candice Interior Architects, designing commercial interiors for notable brands like Oliver’s Super Sandwiches, Cafe de Coral, Bread and Butter, St. Regis and private clubs around town. In the short history of her professional career, Candice was recognized by the business community at home and abroad. In 2009, she received the Most Promising Female Award from Hong Kong Tatler Magazine, the Creative Entrepreneur Award in 2010 and subsequently, the Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Award in recognition of her works in North America’s shopping malls and the Hong Kong City Lady Award by Hong Kong City Lady Junior Chamber in recognition of her personal attributes and professional contribution to the community. More recently, she was again bestowed with the Golden Bund Award by Interior Design Magazine China.


The “Joys” of KISHOKU. With products flown in DAILY from all around Japan, our Chefs use only the freshest ingredients available to create a classical yet refreshing menu. With products flown in daily from all around Japan, their Chefs use only the freshest ingredients available to create a classical yet refreshing menu. By constantly renewing their techniques, their seasoned Chefs carefully craft every selection to suit the discerning tastes of our patrons. Their premium sake and wine selection have been carefully chosen by expert sommeliers to perfectly compliment the flavors of your dining experience. Whatever you choose, you will surely be delighted by its enhancement of your epicurean journey. Our inspiration for Kishoku derived from combining Western elements with a traditional Japanese Zenshuyo style to create a warm and relaxing environment. It focuses on the juxtaposition of opposites, using wood and stone elements and complimented by varying geometric shapes; the contrast of stillness and movement can be seen though different graphic elements and featured art installations. Be tantalized by our Chefs’ artistry at their signature sushi bar or delight yourself with our seasonal menu in the privacy of your own partitioned seating or private room.