Inside Louis Vuitton's First-Ever Café And Restaurant

BY Kasia Truscott / Feb 2 2020 / 13:15 PM

A Louis Vuitton curated dining experience? Yes please!

Inside Louis Vuitton's First-Ever Café And Restaurant
Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

If breakfast at Tiffany's isn't really your thing, then look no further than stopping by Le Café V, Louis Vuitton's first ever in-store café, housed on the top floor of its newest flagship store in Japan. 

 

Envisioned by Jun Aoki, the spectacular Osaka Midosuj building is an architectural wonder that offers a spacious terrace area, adjoining bar and unique  Cocoon Room that gives Le Café V a distinctly modern edge.

The terrace at Louis Vuitton's Osaka Midosuj building

Open for business both day and night, Le Café V's menu has been specially curated in collaboration with renowned Japanese chef, Yosuke Suga, showcasing the best of local cuisine with his creative, contemporary flair.

The Cocoon Room at Le Café V

An exclusively intimate dining experience awaits behind the speakeasy-style doors at Sugalabo V, the ultra-chic and ultra-secret restaurant also housed within the inaugural Osaka Midosuj building. Envisioned with the help of Yosuke Suga, this exclusive address features an open-air kitchen and monogrammatic details inspired by Louis Vuitton, and is open only in the evening for a select group of diners with access independent from that of the maison.

The dining area at Sugalabo V

The open-air kitchen at Sugalabo V

Talk about taking luxury dining to the next level.

All images courtesy of Louis Vuitton