The name of this trattoria in the neighborhood that never sleeps in Tokyo – Roppongi – takes us to Friuli, and straight to a wine label. The two acres of the Cormòns Vigna del mondo grows more than 500 grape varieties. The label is painted every year by great artists and sent as a message of peace to political and religious leaders around the world. This was the realm of Kazuo Naito and his sensible wine palate. After living a long time in Italy, he opened this no-frills eatery with a beautiful selection of Italian wines, and excellent pasta dishes like the pappardelle with snails and chanterelles, and grilled meats cooked to perfection.