Yoko Onsen Quang Hanh
The first Japanese-style hot spring resort in Vietnam
A hot spring resort facility completed near Halong Bay, a World Heritage Site in northern Vietnam.
We were in charge of the interior design.
As a Japanese style hot spring resort, we created three traditional Japanese townscapes inside the building.
The first floor is the center of this building with a hot spring zone, and the gorgeous cityscape of Kyoto, the old capital of Japan,
The 2nd floor, the main entrance floor is the samurai capital, the elegant cityscape of Edo/Old Tokyo,
The 3rd floor is a calm cityscape with Kura/warehouses lined up as a quiet resting space.
Each is characterized by a color and material to give it a different atmosphere.
In addition to these public hot spring zones, we have created a space like a Japanese private house in the family zone so that families and groups can have a good time.
Hot springs have been popular in Vietnam for a long time, but I hope that many people will come to experience Japanese hot spring culture at this facility and enjoy it as a new leisure experience.
Location: Quang Hanh, Quang Ninh, Vietnam
Architects in charge: Takeda Seijiro, Bui Le Chi, Phuong Viet Duc, Lai Thi Ngoc Anh, Tran Thi Thu, Ngo Huy Hoang
Photo Copyright: Main Design Consultant/Nippon Koei Co., Ltd
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