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Kinnotake Sengokuhara to Offer Limited-Time Kaguya-Hime Themed Cocktails Starting Sunday, July 7


Kinnotake Sengokuhara to Offer Limited-Time Kaguya-Hime Themed Cocktails Starting Sunday, July 7

At Kinnotake Sengokuhara, Inspired by "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter," Four Types of "Kaguya-Hime Cocktails" Will Be Offered for a Limited Time from Kaguya-Hime's Birthday to the Day She Returned to the Moon.

|About Kaguya-Hime Cocktails
Exclusive Cocktails: Blue Moon, Bamboo, Bourbon Sour, Kaguya-Hime
Location: Bar Bamboo at Kinnotake Sengokuhara
Period: Sunday, July 7 - Thursday, August 15
Price: ¥1,650 each (tax included)

Blue Moon:
A cocktail using Parfait Amour, known for its elegant fragrance and described as a drinkable perfume. The name of this enchanting purple liqueur means "Perfect Love" in French. Toasting under the moonlight on the bar's terrace begins a special evening for two.

As the name suggests, this cocktail is inspired by "bamboo" and uses dry sherry for a refreshing taste, perfect as an aperitif. Enjoy it while taking in the bamboo-surrounded scenery of the venue, savoring the lingering impressions of your trip.

Bourbon Sour:
Just like there are birth flowers for each of the 366 days, there are "birthday cocktails." The cocktail for the day Kaguya-Hime returns to the moon is this Bourbon Sour. It is a sweet yet refreshing drink that is easy to enjoy.

An original frozen cocktail inspired by Kaguya-Hime. It's perfect for those who do not prefer strong alcohol. Its icy, delicious taste is exceptional on sweltering midsummer nights. Enjoy this unique cocktail only at Kinnotake Sengokuhara.

|Bar Bamboo at Kinnotake Sengokuhara
Hours: 21:00 - 24:00 (Last Order 23:30)

During the "Kaguya-Hime Cocktails" sales period, the bar charge will also be free. This summer, enjoy a special time with loved ones in the bamboo-themed space, with a magical water basin in front of you. The bar's open windows allow you to feel the refreshing night breeze, creating an atmosphere that captures the essence of "The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter."

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