Arva Italian Restaurant at Aman Tokyo

A dining experience celebrating Italy’s simple ingredients and bold flavours

Arva is a new dining concept conceived by Executive Chefs Stefano Artosin and Andrea Torre. Now open at Aman Tokyo, this unique new dining experience is based on inventive Italian cooking techniques, utilising simple, locally-sourced ingredients. Paying tribute to Italy’s rich culinary heritage, Arva celebrates the shared enjoyment of uncomplicated flavours in a warm and welcoming atmosphere

Arva Italian Restaurant Aman Tokyo Service

Meaning 'cultivated land' in Latin, Arva brings the heart of Italian cuisine to Aman

Arva's vision is to use a chef's instinctive understanding of flavour and the creativity of necessity to prepare bold, heart-warming dishes that can be shared among family and friends

A La Carte
Lunch Menu
Dinner Menu

Featuring seasonal, sustainably sourced ingredients

Through established relationships with local farmers, fishermen, market traders and niche suppliers, Arva’s culinary teams pay homage to traditional Italian cooks who concoct dishes solely from what is available in the richly varied landscapes around them
Arva Italian Restaurant Aman Tokyo Service

Italian heritage with a bespoke twist

At Aman Tokyo, Arva features Agnolotti Cacio e pepe as well as Grilled barfin flounder, Shizuoka Hasegawa farm portobella mushroom and anchovy

Local flavours infuse a sense of destination in harmony with Arva's Italian spirit

Arva at Aman Tokyo will stay true to its Italian heritage while incorporating the finest local ingredients such as Sagamihara eggs and Yamanashi Nakamura Farm guinea fowl. The menu is unique to Aman Tokyo, in keeping with the Aman philosophy of seamless integration with each destination’s cultural and geographical setting
Arva Italian Restaurant Pasta Making Aman Tokyo

Arva at Aman Tokyo

Executive Chef, Masakazu Hiraki, has experience from working at a range of restaurants in Italy for over 17 years where he gained expert culinary skills in gastronomy and gibier. Chef Hiraki brings a distinct Japanese flare to traditional Italian flavours where he strives to create original dishes using fresh, seasonal Japanese and traditional Italian ingredients

Sunday Share Lunch

If Sundays are for lazy lunches with friends and family, then Arva’s new sharing menu is the perfect offering, and its lofty position over the Tokyo skyline is the ideal setting. Lunch starts with the Antipasto Mille Gusti – a dish of “a thousand tastes” – followed by pasta, main dish, and sumptuous assorted desserts – all made with the finest seasonal ingredients.

Sundays and national holidays ¥6,500 per person (Service charge and consumption tax apply)




Open to both Aman guests and non-residents

Lunch 11:30am – 2:30pm
Dinner 5:30pm – 10:00pm (L.O 10:00pm)

Phone: +81 (0)3 52243339

The Otemachi Tower,
1-5-6 Otemachi,
Tokyo 100-0004,