Havana 1950 Statements

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HAVANA 1950 will take you to the Havana of the 1950s, when it was known as the “Monte Carlo of the Americas”, where the most influential culture, art, music, casinos and resorts were in Havana at the time, making it the world’s favorite destination for the rich and famous.



Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea,” the pinnacle of American literature and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, was also written in Havana during the 1950s.

Why did Havana in the 1950s attract so many people? It was not only because of Havana’s warm climate and the beautiful Caribbean ocean but because Havana in the 1950s had a unique aura and magic… where people of all races, beliefs, values, and talents came to enjoy “La Dolce Vita”.

現代の日本は、グローバルな人が集まり、国際観光も進んでいる。そこで、日本人とキューバ人のハーフである「佐藤ブラザーズ」は、こう考えた。「日本に、1950年代のハバナのような国際社交場を作ればよいのだ。」「HAVANA 1950」は、世界中の音楽と食文化、文化、芸術を集積させた「ミュージックレストラン・バーラウンジ」として、東京の広尾に誕生した。


Today, Japan is home to a sophisticated population and international tourism.
The Sato Brothers, who are of Cuban Japanese-descent, came up with the idea to create a unique bar and restaurant where people of all backgrounds in Tokyo can feel the fabulous vibe of Havana in the 1950s.

B1F Taiseikouki Bldg. 5-4-12, Hiro-o, Shibuya, Tokyo
〒150-0012 東京都渋谷区広尾5-4-12 大成鋼機ビル B1F