Sakura pop-up at Sake No Hana Japanese Restaurant in London

We visited the sakura blossom pop-up bar at Sake No Hana to sample a taste of Japan& hanami-style sake and sushi in London

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Sakura at Sake No Hana

Sake No Hana What? To celebrate spring and the cherry blossom season, Japanese restaurant Sake No Hana has turned its bar into a pop-up cherry blossom garden entitled Sukura at Sake No Hana.

Sake no Hana 23 St James's Street, London SW1A 1HA UK 2007.10a Restaurant 597.9m2 Sake no Hana (Sake Flower) is a Japanese restaurant on Saint Jame’s Street in the center of London. The low-rise wing of the Economist Building, the masterpiece of British modernist architecture designed by Peter Smithson, was transformed into a restaurant. The Economist Building is known for its Gothic appearance with bar-shaped polished stones. We got a hint for the design from the façade that weaves long ...

Sake no Hana

Sake no Hana 23 St James's Street, London SW1A 1HA UK 2007.10a Restaurant 597.9m2 Sake no Hana (Sake Flower) is a Japanese restaurant on Saint Jame’s Street in the center of London. The low-rise wing of the Economist Building, the masterpiece of British modernist architecture designed by Peter Smithson, was transformed into a restaurant. The Economist Building is known for its Gothic appearance with bar-shaped polished stones. We got a hint for the design from the façade that weaves long ...

Sake no Hana offers modern authentic Japanese dining in the heart of Mayfair. 
 We have reserved dinner parties here becouse people like it there, however they do not have private dining.

Sake no Hana offers modern authentic Japanese dining in the heart of Mayfair. & We have reserved dinner parties here becouse people like it there, however they do not have private dining.

Sake no Hana – modern authentic Japanese cuisine

Sake no Hana – modern authentic Japanese cuisine

KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES 隈研吾建築都市設計事務所 Sake no Hana 23 St James's Street, London SW1A 1HA UK 2007.10a Restaurant 680m2

Sake no Hana

KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES 隈研吾建築都市設計事務所 Sake no Hana 23 St James's Street, London SW1A 1HA UK 2007.10a Restaurant 680m2

Sake no Hana 23 St James's Street, London SW1A 1HA UK 2007.10a Restaurant 597.9m2 Sake no Hana (Sake Flower) is a Japanese restaurant on Saint Jame’s Street in the center of London. The low-rise wing of the Economist Building, the masterpiece of British modernist architecture designed by Peter Smithson, was transformed into a restaurant. The Economist Building is known for its Gothic appearance with bar-shaped polished stones. We got a hint for the design from the façade that weaves long…

Sake no Hana

Main Bento from the limited edition Sakura menu at Sake no Hana

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Main Bento from the limited edition Sakura menu at Sake no Hana

Sake No Hana - Doesn't even come close to the original Hakkensen restaurants. If you want sushi go to the Crazy bear or Yashin. If you want average Japanese food, in a restaurant that reminds you of a college canteen service by staff that cannot even pronounce the sake on the menu then this is the place for you. Highly average, would consider it for a lunch but not for a night out.

Sake No Hana - Doesn't even come close to the original Hakkensen restaurants.

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