Updated: November 06, 2018
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A Fantastic Italian-Japanese Fusion Restaurant You Need to Try in Tokyo!

A lot of Japanese chefs go to study Italian cuisine directly in Italy, and upon having mastered the art,they adapt it to the Japanese palate. Such is the case for this Italian Japanese fusion restaurant. If you're looking for a fine dining experience for a special occasion, this two-starred Michelin restaurant is it!

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This restaurant is about a 4 minute walk from Ginza-itchome station.
It is classified as an Italian restaurant, but it is more of a Japanese-Italian fusion restaurant. The meal is presented artfully with the Japanese know-how.

It offers a lunch course starting at ¥5,000; the dinner course ranges between ¥12,000- ¥20,000. The restaurant offers a beautiful ambiance with a great view. From the moment you get off the elevator, you are transported to a luxurious universe.

It is a 2★ Michelin restaurant, so it's a great place for a date or to celebrate a special occasion.

Menu

There are two lunch options, one at ¥5,000, and one at ¥8,000.
The first one includes a starter, pasta, meat, pre-dessert, dessert, coffee and some mignardises.
The latter also has fish.

For dinner, there are 3 options: ¥12,000, ¥16,000, and ¥20,000.

There is also a children's menu between ¥1,500-¥3,000.

It is a wonderful experience dining here, because the food is delicious, the service is excellent, the view is breathtaking and the decor is beautiful.

Drinks

They have a great wine selection, this goes almost without saying since this is an Italian restaurant, but they also have divine cocktails!

Sweets

Their sweets are incredible! The ice cream with pineapple was absolutely unforgettable.

Finally...

It is also worth mentioning they host wedding ceremonies at their beautiful venue!

If you liked this restaurant and would like to try other Italian-Japanese fusion restaurants, check out the link below!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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