In Tagalog, a native language of the Philippines, “arina” means “flour”. It comes from the Spanish, “harina”. Harina Studio, then, is the perfect name for a Manilan bakery that breaks bread with the past and the future. Harina Studio mixes old-town style with modern creative genius to strive for timeless brilliance. They look to get better with age, for their bread to be more coveted and to have more fun as time goes on.