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Sakura season celebrated in style at The Okura Prestige Bangkok

The Okura Prestige Bangkok celebrates the unforgettable landscape of cherry blossom colours across Japan every Spring with a Sakura Festival that includes special lunch and

dinner menus at Yamazato (6 to 30 April). The menus, created by Master Chef Shigeru Hagiwara, feature sea bream, shrimps and healthy mountain vegetables. Individual dishes

are priced from Baht 250++.

The famous Okura High Tea (weekdays) and the weekend Okura High Tea Buffet  feature delicious new items finished in traditional Sakura colours, priced at Baht 780++

for two persons and Baht 840++ per person respectively. The hotel’s bakery outlet La  Pâtisserie, located on the first floor of the Park Ventures Ecoplex, is also offering a new

range of Sakura themed cakes with prices starting at Baht 120.

Yamazato is located on the 24th lunch and dinner from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and 6:00 pm to 10:30 pm.

Up & Above Bar is also located on the 24th High Tea is served daily from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

The Okura Prestige Bangkok’s Sakura Festival runs from 1 April until 30 April 2014. Reservations are recommended in all cases. Please call 02 687 9000 or email

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