MASU Tanabata with Haku Vodka

Daily, until 13 August 2022

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Tanabata is a festival that refers to the legend of star-crossed deities Orihime and Hikoboshi; banished to opposite sides of the Milky Way, the pair are allowed to come together only once a year, on the seventh day of the seventh lunar month (Tanabata means “evening of the seventh”). Today, this translates to much banqueting, drinks and a bevy of colourful displays. MASU’s celebrations are no exception, with traditional “wishing trees” (live bamboo adorned with long, thin strips of colourful paper to be inscribed with guests’ wishes), layers of streamers known as fukinagashi, and thousands of lights emulating the night sky.

Ema board

Make a wish on Tanzaku paper and place on our bamboo wishing trees for your chance to win a trip for two to Japan.

Haku Vodka

Join us for unique Kintsugi workshops in the MASU Obi private dining room.

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