ARMANI / GINZA TOWER
5-5-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku,
+81 3 6274 7005
Closed: Mondays and Sundays
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Dress Code: Smart Casual
Courses and prices've changed from February - Details below
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RESTAURANT (10th FLOOR)
11:30AM - 3:00PM
(last order 2:00PM)
6:00PM - 11:00PM
(last order 8:00PM)
LOUNGE BAR (11th FLOOR)
11:30AM - 11:00PM
The Armani/Ristorante is located on the 10th and 11th floors of the 56-metre high Armani/Ginza Tower concept store, a major architectural landmark situated in the prestigious shopping district of the Japanese capital.
After studying the fundamentals of cooking at a culinary school in his hometown, Naples, Carmine joined the kitchen teams of celebrated Michelin starred chefs such as Nino di Costanzo 2* and Martin Berasategui 3*. At the age of 28, he arrived in Japan as Executive Chef HEINZ BECK TOKYO, and just one year later his arrival the restaurant was awarded a Michelin star.
Carmine was appointed as Executive Chef of our restaurant in August 2020, and now he oversees the entire dining offer of all Armani Restaurants in Japan, including Armani/Ristorante Tokyo and both Emporio Armani Caffè Tokyo and Emporio Armani Caffè Osaka.
The menus he creates for Armani/Ristorante Tokyo harmoniously combine his pronounced originality with Italy’s culinary heritage and Japan’s finest seasonal ingredients and traditions. Together with our whole team, he is sensitive to SDG issues and is constantly at work to create new menu items which reduce food waste and support local development.
GAMBERO ROSSO - TOP ITALIAN RESTAURANTS 2024
Our restaurant has been awarded Three Forks in the Gambero Rosso’s Top Italian Restaurants guide for the third consecutive year.
50 TOP ITALY - 2024
Ranked 21st in 50 Top Italy 2024's Best Italian Restaurant in the World outside Italy guide.
GAULT & MILLAU 2023
Our restaurant was selected and rated as one of the 501 restaurants in 47 prefectures in Japan by French restaurant guide Gault et Millau.