Japanese Restaurant Logo Ideas:
A classic bento box invites customers to enjoy a traditional Japanese boxed lunch. The bright colors grab attention and stimulate the appetite, while the circular design references the Japanese flag. The smooth curves of the Marko One typeface add eye-catching details that are lively and intriguing.
Bamboo is used in this icon as it's often associated with Japan, and the bowl of chopsticks hints at a popular Japanese dish. The purple background is bold and eye-catching, showcasing a luxurious restaurant brand, while the wide letterforms of the Days One typeface add balance.
A strong black background allows the bright orange and white design to pop, conveying happiness and success. The stylized sushi icon resembles a cartoon mascot with the bandanna tie details. The Marko One typeface complements this cartoon style with it's child-like design and amiable character.
The rounded letters of the Dosis typeface complement the circular icon, creating an atmosphere that exudes friendliness. The two fish swimming in a circle represent the duality and balance of the Japanese yin and yang concept, while the red and brown color palette conveys warmth and dependability.
A beautiful image of Mount Fuji and cherry blossoms dominate this logo, immediately bringing to mind ideas of Japan and its culture and food. The predominate colors of black and white create a professional, sophisticated design, while the Goudy Bookletter 1911 typeface adds a vintage flair.
The food elements in this icon resemble Japanese sushi, making it clear to your customers the type of food served at your restaurant. The orange background is bold and eye-catching and is often associated with energy and excitement. The Overpass typeface is slim and sophisticated.
The bright red circle in the middle of the logo immediately grabs attention and highlights the delicacy of the icon. The chopsticks holding a sushi roll and the leaf element are inherently Japanese, while the Marko One typeface complements the curves and flow of the design.
This cute cartoon rice cake is a staple element of Japanese kawaii culture and will attract a wide target audience. The bright red background makes a statement and stimulates the appetite, while the Dosis typeface in white adds a complementary essence of innocence and child-like wonder.
The torii structure in this logo is a well-known Japanese gate symbolizing entry into the sacred, while the red and white colors reference the Japanese flag. The subtle details on the Averia Libre typeface keep this logo from being static and enhance the traditional, authentic style of the design.
This cute icon combines two well-known elements of Japanese culture: sushi and ninjas. The bright pops of orange highlight the joy and vibrant energy of the design, while the Crimson Text typeface adds contrast with its beautiful old-style letterforms. A fun, inviting design for a sushi restaurant.
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, then download it for free.
Are there any Japanese fonts?
There are no "Japanese" fonts so to speak, but Zarla does offer a few fonts, such as Antonio, Viga, Averia Libre, Goudy Bookletter 1911, Vesper Libre, and Marko One, that have Japanese aesthetics.
Where can I download a Japanese restaurant vector image?
You can download your logo designs in vector format from Zarla for free.
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, cherry blossom trees, or torii gates. The Averia Libre typeface loosely resembles Kanji, making it a good fit.