Gucci Osteria brings the best of exquisite Italian cuisine into a fashionable luxury restaurant in the heart of Tokyo. Massimo Bottura‘s newest restaurant is a feast for the palate and for the eyes. Find everything about Gucci Osteria Tokyo, a crossover of refined Italian cuisine and exquisite Japanese products.

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gucci osteria Tokyo
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The luxury and unique style of Gucci meets the tasty and fabulous cuisine from the renowned Italian chef, Antonio Iacoviello. The new place in Tokyo opened on October 28, and it’s already an experience to add to the list of what you should do in Tokyo. The many speaks or itself: dishes like Parmigiana Ramen or Milanese Wagyu allow customers to feel the best of two worlds, with meals from Italy and Japan connecting and developing a new, unique whole.

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gucci osteria Tokyo
Antonio Iacoviello, chef at Gucci Osteria Tokyo

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As in Italy, the food and products of Japan are so closely linked to its culture that Japanese has rightly become one of the most popular international cuisines. Japan holds a special place in my heart.

Massimo Bottura
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The private room is adorned with antique mirrors and wallpaper from the Gucci Décor collection.
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View of the terrace

This is the third restaurant opening, following Gucci Osteria Florence, in January 2018, and Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills in February this year. Located on the fourth and top floor of the Gucci Namiki flagship store in Ginza (shopping district), this is the first to debut in the post-pandemic era.

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Parmigiana Ramen, made with eggplant and noodles, is a seasonal cross-over dish between Italian and Japanese cuisine. Here, it is served on a porcelain plate from Gucci Décor. 

The three Michelin-starred chef adventures into Japan for the first time with this project. Antonio Iacoviello holds the Gucci Osteria kitchen. Gastronomic cultures come together, accompanied by amazing wines (more than 350 labels are on offer), plus cocktails and snacks for an Italian-style aperitif, which guests can enjoy on a terrace with panoramic views.

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One of the desserts, Anmitsu Blueberries, on a plate from the Gucci Décor tableware collection. 

The amazing interiors are a special reference to the Gucci Osteria Florence original, connecting to the Italian Renaissance and the eclectic mix of aesthetics embraced by Gucci. Wood flooring, hand-painted with a pattern inspired by antiques are some of the unique elements that distinguish the Gucci Osteria Tokyo!

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