Sakura Festival

March 8 - 31, 2019


The second annual Sakura Festival at Morimoto Asia in Disney Springs welcomes the arrival of Spring with a month-long celebration steeped in Japanese tradition and dedicated to the beauty of the cherry blossom. From March 8 -31, guests can enjoy specialty menu items inspired by the beloved pink blooms of the Sakura along with the vibrant and Instagram-worthy décor showcased during daily restaurant service.

To further celebrate this important cultural season, the restaurant will be holding a series of ticketed events. Similar to the lively festivities held in Japan.

Glasses of Beer | Crooked Can Brewing Company
CROOKED CAN HAPPY HOUR

March 8 | 5 - 7PM

Kick off the festival with Crooked Can Brewing Company’s brewmasters to taste the Sakura Kolsch, available only at Morimoto Asia paired with a gourmet selection of Pan-Asian light bites upstairs in the Forbidden Lounge. Crooked Can offerings will be available for $5.


Wine Glasses | All Day Rosé Wine Tasting
ALL DAY ROSE

March 10 | 11:30AM - 3:30PM - $55 per person | Price excludes tax & gratuity

The afternoon tasting event highlighting the famed pink drink will feature multiple stations of Rosé including 11 wineries, two sakes, and a thoughtful selection of food pairings chosen to enhance the flavors of each wine by Chef Yuhi Fujinaga. Each guest will also receive a complimentary souvenir stemless tasting glass before departure.

Chef Yuhi | Morimoto Asia
OMAKASE WITH CHEF YUHI

March 22 | 6:30PM - $250 per person | Price excludes tax & gratuity

Join Chef Yuhi Fujinaga for an exclusive and 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.

Cherry Blossoms | Sakura Festival
MATSURI FESTIVAL

March 31 | 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. - $45 per person | Price excludes tax & gratuity

A celebration of Japanese culture ushering in the spring season, the Matsuri festival a family-friendly event with street food stations, traditional Japanese carnival games, unique origami and personalized calligraphy artwork for guests to take home.