Editor in Chief L’Officiel Italia and L'Officiel Hommes Italia
"I feel the origins of my name aren't Greek but Japanese, while being Sicilian. I hope to soon be back to live in my alleged Native Land. In the meanwhile, I run magazines”.
Located in Tokyo’s Daikanyama hip neighborhood, Tatemichiya is the place where customers dine on yakitori and deep-fried tofu to the blaring guitars of the Ramones, the Sex Pistols and Japanese punk bands.
This Tokyo bookstore designed by Klein Lytham Architecture is composed by hundreds of intertwined T-shapes that refer to the logo of Tsutaya. It is a conglomerate for rare books, music, videos and magazines. A Café space is also housed inside the complex to offer leisurely in-store browsing.
It’s a modern southern french cuisine restaurant, located in the very centre of Tokyo, specifically in the neighborhood of Nishi-azabu. As they like to suggest in the very ecclectic website: "All you need is rendezvous".
Noumin Cafe, which translates to “Farmer’s cafe” in Japanese, is located in the residential area of Gakugeidaigaku and offers simple and organic food made with fresh ingredients coming directly from a farm.
Nezu Museum, formerly known as the Nezu Institute of Fine Arts, is an art museum in the Minato district of Tokyo. It focuses on Japanese and other Asian pre-modern arts.