Japanese Restaurant Logo Ideas:
The icon in this logo features wavy lines that resemble noodles as well as steam. The circle of color surrounding the icon looks hand painted, giving this logo a more authentic and personal touch. The dark orange text grounds this design and draws attention to your business name.
The bamboo icon in this logo is often associated with Japan because the plant grows abundantly there. The bowl of noodles shows off a popular Japanese dish that will entice hungry patrons. The purple background is bold and eye-catching, and purple is associated with luxury.
The icon of noodles in a take-out box is framed, making it stand out. The black and white color scheme makes your business look professional and sophisticated. This logo uses the Pridi SemiBold font which has curved edges and thick lines, making it less formal and rounding out your design.
The red icon in this logo pops against the yellow background, drawing the attention of potential customers. Yellow also usually inspires feelings of happiness, making your logo more pleasing to the eye. The Quantico-Bold font has a Japanese aesthetic that tells customers the nature of your cuisine.
The Biryani SemiBold font used in this logo is neat with subtle, unique features such as curved lines and the short line in the 'a'. The blue and white colors used in the icon stand out well against the red background. Red is often associated with power and excitement.
The food icons used in this logo resemble Japanese dishes, making it clear to your customers the type of food served at your restaurant. The orange background is bold and eye-catching, and the color is often associated with energy and excitement. The Overpass typeface is slim and sophisticated.
The icon of a bowl in this logo has clean, geometric lines that make this logo look professional and modern. The black and white color scheme reinforces the style of the icon. The Pridi SemiBold font has rounded edges and thick lines which give off a less formal tone to balance out this logo.
The stars below the dumpling icon are a cheeky way to suggest that your food is 5-star quality. The purple background suggests quality and luxury, reinforcing the star icons. The Overpass SemiBold font is slim and neat but has slanted letters that add a level of intrigue.
The Japanese-styled structure in this logo is the first nod to Japan, while the red text against a white background resembles the colors of the Japanese flag. The transparent background helps the minimal color scheme pop more. This logo looks traditional, making your business seem authentic.
The use of a panda icon makes this logo cute and eye-catching. The Quantico-Bold font also has a Japanese aesthetic, making it perfect for your restaurant. The orange background inspires energy and excitement, making customers eager to try your food, and the dark text grounds your design.
How do you make a creative Japanese restaurant logo?
Think about the icons you would like to use in your logo, and use Zarla to create logo ideas with these icons. When you have found a design you like, you can edit it to find the perfect font, color scheme, icon, and layout. Try as many combinations of design elements as you can to find a logo that works for you.
Are there any Japanese fonts?
There are no 'Japanese' fonts so to speak, but Zarla does offer a few fonts, such as Antonio Regular, Viga-Regular, Averia Libra Regular, Goudy Bookletter 1911, Vesper Libre Regular, and Odibee Sans Regular that have Japanese aesthetics.
Where can I download a Japanese restaurant logo vector image?
You can download your logo designs in vector format from Zarla when you purchase a premium package.
What are some good Japanese restaurant logo ideas?
A good idea for a Japanese restaurant logo would be to use red and white, because these are the colors of the Japanese flag. Use icons that depict Japanese dishes or icons that are associated with Japan, such as bamboo, pandas, cherry blossom trees, or pagodas. The Averia Libre Regular font loosely resembles Kanji, making it a good fit.