Gucci has one. Prada has one. And we all know about Ralph Lauren's. Now, Louis Vuitton is joining the ranks of fashion houses expanding their luxury lifestyle brands to include chic eateries. 

This February, the French label is launching both a cafe and restaurant inside its new maison in Osaka, Japan. Modern, minimalist Le Café V will serve as the ideal pre- and post-shopping hangout, boasting a sleek cocktail bar, plush dining area, and even a colorful outdoor terrace. Come nighttime, a speakeasy door will open to reveal Sugalabo V, the Louis Vuitton-flavored offshoot of chef Yosuke Suga's acclaimed Tokyo restaurant, Sugalabo, named one of the best dining destinations in Asia, and the world. 

The intimate restaurant, with seating around an open kitchen as well as private dining areas, is outfitted in warmer tones and woods with custom design details by creators for Louis Vuitton's Objets Nomades, the brand's furniture and travel collection.

The soon-to-be hot spot will only seat a few diners per night, so if you have a trip to Japan on the horizon, we'd suggest you make your reservation now. 

Click through for a first look inside!

[Photos via Louis Vuitton]