- Saga-grown I
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- Saga Prefecture snacks, available for a very reasonable 1,000 yen (US$9)
- 23 different brands of Saga Sake
- Kawaii Fun for a date
The Sakura Chill Bar will arrive on March 22nd. The cherry blossom forecast will be off by a couple of days due to the weather-related forecasts. Even with the potential delay, you can certainly rely on this sakura-themed bar to full of kawaii sakura and fun.
The popular Minami Aoyama neighborhood in Tokyo will be the location. It is adjacent to the fashion districts of Harajuku and Shibuya. This Sakura bar will have an atmosphere like no other place. To sit and relax with friends or a significant other in a pool filled with 1.2 million sakura petal replicas. awesome, bars, beautiful, sakura, cherry blossoms, abroad in japan, geek impulse, geek impulse japan, geek impulse news, tokyo
There will be non-alcoholic beverages available as well in case you do not want sake. These will be available to customers under the age of 20. Which is Japan’s legal drinking age. Note that you will only be allowed in as long as someone who is of legal drinking age is with you. Aside from the decor, you will have the pleasure of sake from Saga Prefecture. 23 brands in total. You will get a three-pour sampler flight with snacks from Saga. This is available for a very reasonable 1,000 yen (US$9).
“SAKURA CHILL BAR by Saga” will be held at IKIBA in commune 2nd in Minami Aoyama, Tokyo, during the period from 22nd (Fri) to 31st (Sun) in 2019.
23 Saga sake varieties to choose from. There will be two separate offerings. The first 12 Sake will be used during March 22 and 26 and the remaining 11 replacing them from March 27. This gives you an excuse to visit the Sakura bar twice. The bar is meant to provide unity with the cherry blossoms so that is a plus as well. Celebrating in harmony with nature when its beauty shines during the spring.
Sakura Chill Bar / サクラチルバー)
Address: Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Minami Aoyama 3-13 (located inside Commune 2nd center)
Open 3:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m. (weekdays), 11 a.m.-9:45 p.m. (weekends)
Open March 22-March 31