[Intercontinental Tokyo Bay] Limited to the cherry blossom season, a cup that feels the arrival of spring


Sakura-themed cocktails will be served by a dedicated bartender at the stylish bar “Amber” in the lounge of “InterContinental Tokyo Bay” from March 1st.

Spring like

A slightly sweet dessert cocktail with cranberry juice and cherry blossom syrup based on rum.
The taste of cherry blossom cream on top and the decoration of cherry blossoms create a spring atmosphere.

Virgin Sakura Bellini

A mocktail that balances the moderate sweetness of cherry blossom syrup and peach nectar with the refreshing sourness of lemon juice.
I added yogurt to the bottom of the glass as an accent.

Duration: March 1, 2023 (Wed) to April 30 (Sun)
Location: Hudson Lounge/1F
Hours of Operation: Weekdays 10:00-24:00 / Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 9:00-24:00
*For the time being, business hours will be shortened, so please check the website for details.

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