In the era where 'cafe culture' permeates the lifestyle of all urban young people, who always love to check out the latest hip dining hotspots and cafés around the world, fashion labels have all joined in the pursuit to attract its customers with more than just clothes (see: Jacquemus in Paris, Fendi in London and Gucci in Florence).
While some are just pop-ups, others became permanent spaces and a major attraction for the labels. The latest to join the fray is Bottega Veneta, who has just opened the Bottega Café in Japan.
Featuring an area of over 55-square-meters within the brand's boutique at the Hankyu Men's Department Store in Osaka, the Bottega Café serves up a range of traditional Italian cuisine, beverages and an impressive selection of wine from the Veneto region.
Scroll down to take a tour and see how the Bottega Café looks like here: