Morimoto Asia Hosting Sakura Festival at Disney Springs

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The Sakura Festival is in full swing at Morimoto Asia! There are only two events left—grab your spot while you still can!

Sakura—also known as the cherry blossom—is the national flower of Japan. The cherry blossom blooming season is much like the colorful transformation of autumn leaves in New England each Fall. These delicate white and pink flowers take over most of Japan, creating a gorgeous landscape and a country-wide tourist boom.

Interior decor for the Sakura Festival at Morimoto Asia. Photo courtesy of Patina Restaurant Group.

Sakura Festival at Morimoto Asia

To celebrate, Morimoto Asia is hosting a Sakura Festival at Disney Springs! There are two events left during the festival that we think you’ll enjoy.

Omakase with Chef Yuhi will be held on March 22nd at Morimoto Asia. Photo courtesy of Patina Restaurant Group.

Omakase with Chef Yuhi

On Friday, March 22nd, Chef Yuhi Fujinaga will be hosting an intimate dining experience featuring nine gourmet courses paired with wine and sake. Evoking the tastes of the Toyosu Fish Market, the seafood offerings will be from the newest and largest fish market in the world.

 

The price of this exclusive dining experience is $250 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Click here to book a reservation!

The Matsuri Festival will be held on March 31st at Morimoto Asia. Photo courtesy of Patina Restaurant Group.

Matsuri Festival

Stop by Morimoto Asia on March 31st, from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM for a festive celebration of Japanese culture featuring carnival-style eats and games!

Interior decor for the Sakura Festival at Morimoto Asia. Photo courtesy of Patina Restaurant Group.

If you can’t make the long trip over to Japan for the Sakura blooming season, this might just be the next best thing!

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Courtney Reynolds

Courtney is a photographer for WDW Magazine. She is a New England native currently living in Orlando. In addition to photography, she loves tacos, Donald Duck, and riding roller coasters.