+65 8141 5741 reservations@dbespoke.sg Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 6pm - 1am, Friday & Saturday 6pm - 2am & Sunday 4pm - 11pm

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Soup Stock Tokyo

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A specialty soup restaurant born in Tokyo in 1999, Soup Stock Tokyo is known for their soups, curries and congees in a fast food environment – quick, simple and delicious.
Using ingredients sourced from Japan, the menu is bolstered with seasonal offerings whenever they come, and the food is all natural – no additives or MSG.
Simple comfort food cooked with love – it doesn’t get any better than Soup Stock Tokyo.
Soup Stock Tokyo is currently serving a selection of their menu in D.Bespoke.

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Go On

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From Kyoto, with love.
When time-honoured techniques meet international appeal, the creations by the hands of Japan’s Kyoto craftsmen are a sight to behold. Taking the materials, history and poetry to new boundaries, everything from metal to wood to fabrics to ceramics takes on a new meaning.
From furniture to accessories, daily life gets better with GO ON.
GO ON products are currently sold in D.Bespoke’s front shop.

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Kimura Glass

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Founded in Tokyo In 1910, the Kimura Glass Company is renowned for their delicate and beautiful glasses, which are less than 0.1mm thin.
Glassware artisans use techniques created by glass bulb-blowers, and their collections take reference from different periods of time. The glasses may show old-world traditional Japanese motifs, or modern and current designs.
Handmade and heartfelt, the glasses enhance the drink that goes between the lips.
Kimura Glasses are used in D.Bespoke, and can be purchased in the front shop.

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Asahiyaki Pottery

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The Asahi pottery is rooted in Japan’s oldest center for tea cultivation, the famed town of Uji. The pottery has been in continuous production over four hundred years, through fifteen generations of the Matsubayashi family.

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Kaikado

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Handmade tin tea caddy

Established in 1875, Kaikado started making intricately designed, air-tight tea caddy in a time where refrigerator weren’t invented yet. Each of these handmade tea caddy goes through a manufacturing process that involves anywhere between 130 to 140 steps, still remaining virtually true to the designs established by Kaikado’s founding generation.

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Kohchosai Kosuga

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Kohchosai Kosuga is specialised in fine bamboo arts and crafts and produces a wide range of products, such as flower baskets, tableware, bags and lighting.

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Kanaami-Tsuji

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KANAAMI-TSUJI uses traditional hand-weaving techniques, such as kiku-dashi (chrysanthemum pattern) and kikko-ami (tortoise shell netting) that are traditionally used for tofu servers and tea strainers, to create poetic and graphically decorative patterns for exclusive gift objects and functional everyday housewares.

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