From 19th March to 16th June, Sake no Hana is celebrating the arrival of spring and Sakura, the Japanese cherry blossom season.
Paying homage to the ancient tradition of ‘hanami’, or flower viewing, the restaurant will be transformed with an art installation created by London-based artist Lydia Kasumi Shirreff. Inspired by ‘hana fubuki’, a Japanese phrase that translates as ‘cherry blossom blizzard’, Shirreff has created pink paper clouds of blossom suspended from the ceiling. Light will be projected onto the blossom, echoing petals swirling and falling to the ground.
The exclusive Sakura menu has been crafted by Executive Chef Hideki Hiwatashi, inspired by his memories of the Sakura season in Kyoto. The Sakura dishes are accompanied by cocktails created in collaboration with Perrier-Jouët Champagne, the perfect accompaniment to the delicate and light flavours of Japanese cuisine. View the menu here
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