Join us at Anchor & Den as we go on a cocktail adventure to the Far East where we will be paying tribute to Hanami, the Japanese tradition of enjoying the ephemeral beauty of the adored Cherry Blossom (Sakura) tree. We will be celebrate the beginning of this sacred ritual, which happens from the end of March to early May, when these trees bloom all over the country and last for only a week.
The significance of the Sakura in Japanese culture goes back hundreds of years. In their country, the Sakura represents the fragility and the beauty of life. It is a reminder that life is overwhelmingly beautiful but at the same time is also poignantly short.
In modern-day Japan, Hanami consists of having an outdoor party or festival beneath the Sakura during daytime or at night.
We will be offering our guests a five-course cocktail and Japanese-inspired culinary menu that tells the beautiful story of the journey of the Sakura.
Friday, 1st of March from 6.30pm
Tickets are $125 CI per person
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