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With its wood-paneled dining room and sleek architectural details, La Locanda honors its dual heritage from Italy and Japan. This harmonious pairing appears on the plate as well. Traditional Italian dishes and house-made pastas are prepared with locally sourced produce and Japanese accents. Enjoy fine and private dining at the restaurant, which can accommodate private groups of six to 26, and which features an open kitchen where patissiers prepare cakes and macarons.

Hours of Operation

Lunch: Tuesday - Sunday 11:30 - 14:00 (Last order)
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday 17:30 - 20:00 (Last order 19:00)

This wood-panelled dining room was once the townhouse of Denzaburo Fujita, founder of the Fujita industrial group. Constructed in 1908, this elegant room has been painstakingly restored and repurposed as a unique dining space, where private groups can enjoy Italian cuisine in a traditional Japanese setting. Explore our Special Kimono Lunch.

Camera Del Gusto 
Our walk-in cellar stores and displays carefully selected charcuterie and cheeses from around the world.

La Vetrina Della Boutique 
In this open kitchen, cakes, macarons and other tempting desserts are prepared in full view of La Locanda diners by Pierre Hermé Paris patissiers.

Number of Seats
Main Dining Area: 58 seats, 15 tables
Semi Private Dining Area: Maximum 26 people
Saletta Privata: Maximum 10 people
Ebisugawa-tei Goten-no-ma: Maximum 8 people
Ebisugawa-tei Chidori-no-ma: Maximum 6 people

For more information, or to reserve, please call +81-75-746-5522 or email.