Modern French from Tokyo opens at Ginza 4-chome intersection
L'ARGENT TOKYO Co., Ltd. will open a modern French restaurant "L'ARGENT" on December 11, 2020 on the 7th floor of GINZA PLACE (NISSAN CROSSING Gallery on the 1st floor) facing the Ginza 4-chome intersection.
Junichi Kato, who is known to have been a chef of a one-star restaurant, became the chef, and the French restaurant Crony of Nishi Azabu, led by restaurant producer Kazutaka Ozawa, who is known to have a track record of directing numerous Michelin-starred restaurants. It is a general supervision.
L'ARGENT TOKYO Co., Ltd. will open a modern French restaurant "L'ARGENT" on December 11, 2020 on the 7th floor of GINZA PLACE (1st floor is NISSAN Gallery) facing the Ginza 4-chome intersection. The name of the restaurant, which means "L'AR GENT" or "silver", comes from the desire to convey new value to this city, and is a dish served in a prime location that Japan is proud of, far from Paris. Is a modern French cuisine from Tokyo played by a chef who knows all about the culture and ingredients of this country.
L'ARGENT was headed by Junichi Kato, who was known to have been a chef of 1-Michelin-starred restaurants until recently, and Kazutaka Ozawa, a restaurant producer known for having a track record of directing numerous Michelin-starred restaurants. It is supervised by the French restaurant Crony in Nishi-Azabu. Originally, it is also the site of a restaurant licensed by a master French chef, so it has been completely renovated and is attracting attention for its restart as a modern French restaurant from pure Tokyo.
In addition, the parent company of the company, Well Medical Group Co., Ltd. (Representative Director Tatsuji Yamanouchi) will supervise the prevention of new corona infections, and will take measures such as taking measures with the air purification system used in hospitals and the like.
In response to a request to shorten the business hours of restaurants in Tokyo, it will be open until 22:00 until December 17, 2020.
5-8-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo GINZA PLACE 7F
* Directly connected to the A4 exit of Tokyo Metro "Ginza Station" at Ginza 4-chome intersection