Sagaya, a Steakhouse in Ginza, Japan is quickly becoming known as one of the world’s first restaurants to fuse technology into the dining experience.
Not only are visitors enticed with some of the best culinary creations in Japan, but they are also privy to an extra visual layer.
Diners enjoy Asian cuisine while immersed in a projection of themed sights designed to fit the eating adventure.
The menu and designs are updated once a month so that diners can return and have a completely different perspective time and time again.
With limited seating and a price upwards of $300, it is not for every budget, but if given the chance it may expand your technological and cultural horizons.
This sounds like one meal you should definitely throw up on the Gram, LOL!