If you are someone who likes the finer things in life then you’re in luck: The first-ever Louis Vuitton café and restaurant will be opening in Japan.
If you are someone who likes the finer things in life then you’re in luck: The first-ever Louis Vuitton café and restaurant will be opening soon in Japan.
According to WWD, the new ultra-luxe dining experience will be apart of Osaka, Japan, Louis Vuitton flagship location. The café, called Le Café V, and the restaurant, named Sugalabo V, will both be on the top floor of the four-level store.
Louis Vuitton's first ever restaurant in Japan. pic.twitter.com/coUe7jGZar
— NIGHT LIFE OVER EVERYTHING (@SwvzyGxld) January 31, 2020
There is no word on what will be featured on the menus, but we now it will be delicious cause renowned Japanese chef Yosuke Suga will be curating them.
The restaurant Sugalabo V will be inspired by chef Suga’s super exclusive Tokyo restaurant called Sugalabo. Suga travels all over the globe to experience new ingredients and there is no question he will bring his A-Game to this new venture.
The decor of the restaurant will be entirely decked out in the Louis Vuitton brand. Designer Tokujin Yoshioka even designed charger plates that reflect the design in them like a mirror.
Luxury brand Louis Vuitton opened its first bar restaurant on top of its new OSAKA Japan store, more will probably follow. Great Product Line extension. pic.twitter.com/rjqtWKU1Zm
— Eric Voerman (@VoermanEric) February 4, 2020
The Louis Vuitton Osaka flagship opened on February 1st, but Le Café V and Sugalabo V will be open starting February 15th.