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Place to see : Louis Vuitton chocolat shop, TOKYO

After opening its first restaurant in 2020, Louis Vuitton keeps expanding into hospitality by launching a chocolate shop, where you’ll soon be able to purchase bespoke treats sporting the iconic LV monogram. Chocolates will be offered in squares and other shapes and sold in boxes of four, nine, 16, and 125 pieces. 

Le Chocolat V will be located alongside the new café, Le Café LV, on the top floor of Louis Vuitton’s brand new seven-story Ginza Namiki building in Tokyo. Japan’s Louis Vuitton chocolate shop will officially open its doors on March 17th.

The rest of the building includes the new “Louis Vuitton &” exhibition which will span over ten rooms, showcasing previous collaborations between Louis Vuitton and artists including Rei Kawakubo and Takashi Murakami. The exhibition will be open two days after the unveiling of the tower on March 19 and will continue to run for two months. 

   Monia MERABET

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