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The recently renovated Red Brick Warehouse located within the Port of Osaka teleports you back in time to the early 1900s. Step through the sliding warehouse doors to find over 100 years of history of classic cars that once highlighted the roads of countries from all over the world. From classic cars such as the Rolls-Royce Phantom to the refurbished bricks and pipes of this historical property, the G.LION team has preserved the history and
legacy in every detail. 



Tucked within a corner of the newly refurbished warehouse of GLION Museum in Osaka, Japan, Akarenga Steak House offers a thoughtfully crafted menu of fine steaks, accompaniments, and wines. As the sister restaurant of Hy’s Steak House in Waikiki, Akarenga mirrors the dining experience that guests enjoy in Hawaii, with a commitment to service, exquisite food, and a dedication to hospitality. At Akarenga, USDA Prime Beef is
always used, flambes are executed to perfection, and
classics such as the Caesar Salad await.


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LA VIE 1923

The La Vie concept was born in Osaka, Japan on February 1 of 2019, paving the way for the opening of La Vie in Waikiki, Hawaii. Embedded within every dish is a story that unfolds with each ingredient, preparation, and element. Chef Yuji Konishi’s modern French cuisine is intertwined with elements to surprise and delight each of the five senses. With a presentation and experience that portrays the seasons of Japan, this culinary journey transcends a typical dinner. 



Located along the Kamogawa River, Kyoryori Haku offers guests an authentic Kyoto dining experience. Originally opened in 1853, Haku continues the traditions of time-honored Japanese cuisine, influenced by nature and its seasons. Japanese scrolls written by famous historical figures throughout Japan’s history can be enjoyed throughout the restaurant.  Nestled amongst traditional Kyoto style homes on Kiyamachi Street, we invite you to come experience a journey back in time.




Kinmata is a culinary inn with a history of more than 400 years, located in Tamba Sasayama City, Hyogo Prefecture. Steeped in history, the original wooden staircase that was built when the establishment was founded is still featured in the center of the inn. Known for its Botan Nabe, Kinmata is a Ryokan that  is visited by many guests every year for its cultural and historical importance. Most famously, there are the records of a visit to the inn by the Japanese statesman, Kido Takayoshi, who was active from the end of the Edo period to the Meiji era. Kinmata preserves Japanese tradition and Omotenashi for all to enjoy just west of the hustle and bustle of Kyoto.  


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