Arva Italian Restaurant at Aman Tokyo

In light of the state of emergency declaration by the Japanese Government regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19),

Arva is temporarily closed until further notice as a part of precaution measures.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.
 

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

This spring, Executive Chef Masakazu Hiraki will create the first in a series of five-course Italian Sunday lunches at Arva with assorted appetisers inspired by the season, bagna cauda, a choice of main and a selection of desserts. Each dish will be finished at the table in a mouthwatering show of gastronomic artistry.

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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.
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A tale of two cuisines

Born and trained in Japan, Chef de Cuisine, Masakazu Hiraki spent 17 years of his career cooking in some of the most revered kitchens in Venice – expanding his repertoire to master Italian seasonal ingredients and cooking techniques, while maintaining a distinctly Japanese emphasis on clean, refined flavours. At Arva, he channels his unparalleled experience in the Italian kitchen into producing authentic and original dishes for Aman Tokyo guests.
 
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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.
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Italian heritage with a bespoke twist

At Aman Tokyo, Arva features Agnolotti Cacio e pepe as well as Grilled marbled rockfish with roadsted Kaga lotus root and anchovy.
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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.
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Domenica Amatriciana​

A traditional Sunday lunch is the epitome of togetherness, whether shared with family or friends. The Italians do it particularly well, and having lived in Italy for 17 years, Aman Tokyo’s Executive Chef Masakazu Hiraki has a deep understanding of the importance of such occasions.This spring, he will create the first in a series of five-course Italian Sunday lunches at Arva centred around his favourite pasta dishes from his years in Italy, with assorted appetisers inspired by the season, bagna cauda, a choice of main and a selection of desserts. Each dish will be finished at the table in a mouthwatering show of gastronomic artistry.

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

 

Arva

Open to both Aman guests and non-residents

Lunch 11.30am – 2.30pm
Dinner 5.30pm – 10.00pm (L.O 10.00pm)


The Otemachi Tower,
1-5-6 Otemachi,
Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-0004,
Japan