Louis Vuitton transcends the realms of fashion and accessories, perfumery, travelling, design and art to explore uncharted territories in Japan. The new venture of the French house comes as a double surprise, named Le Café V and Sugalabo V. Opening in Osaka on February 1 in a newly constructed building by Jun Aoki, a Japanese architect who’s also responsible for Louis Vuitton’s stores in Ginza (Tokyo) and Shanghai among others, the café and restaurant will translate the luxury house’s savoir-faire into a gastronomic experience in collaboration with renowned chef Yosuke Suga, owner of Tokyo’s Sugalabo restaurant – one of the best according to The List. In addition to that, designer Tokujin Yoshioka, author of one of Vuitton’s Objets Nomades, has created an exclusive dinner set for both spaces. Curious to know how does Louis Vuitton taste like? Head to Osaka from this weekend and discover it!