About Pierre Gagnaire

Pierre Gagnaire was born in 1950 in Apinac, France, the oldest of foursiblings born to chef parents. He built his career as a chef working in both Paris and Lyon. In order to be able to work with his father, himself a Michelin-starred chef, Pierre went to hone his craft in the United States.After returning to Saint-Etienne, he took over his family’s restaurant. In 1981 he set off on his own, opening restaurants in Saint Etienne that quickly garnered two and then three Michelin stars. He closed those restaurants in 1996, and six months later opened a new restaurant in Paris. In 1997 he earned two stars, and the following year he was once again regained the title of three-star Michelin chef. His artistic sense and delicious cooking has won him a continually growing fan base. In 2005 Chef Gagnaire opened his first restaurant in Tokyo, which was located in Aoyama until the autumn of 2009. In March 2010, his restaurant relaunched inside the ANA InterContinental Tokyo. He currently has a total of 14 restaurants around the world, with two in Paris and one each in Courchevel (France), Gordes (France), Bordeaux(France), Chatelaillon(France), London, Dubai, Hong Kong, Seoul, Las Vegas, Danang (Vietnam) and Tokyo. In 2015, after a poll of over 500 Michelin-starred chefs from around the world, he was named 'best chef' by France's authoritative 'Le Chef' magazine.







ANA InterContinental Tokyo

1-12-33, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052,
Japan Tel:+81-3-3505-1111

Namboku and Ginza line
(Tameike-sanno Station, Exit 13) [1 minute walk]
Namboku line
(Roppongi-itchome Station, Exit 3)
[2 minute walk]

By Car

Metropolitan Highway:Approximately 5 minutes
by can from Kasumigaseki rampway 5 minutes
by car from Iikura rampway
30 minutes by car from Haneda Airport;
15 minutes by car from Tokyo station


Parking 500 vehicles