Japan has four distinctive seasons and each with its own unique character. However some may come to Japan in the winter but would like to experience a Cherry Blossom Festival. Others may come to Japan in the spring but also desire to go to the Japanese summer festival. For those who would like to span multiple seasons while in Japan, the following restaurants may be the perfect place to eat and drink.
Dinner under the cherry blossoms
Hanamichaya Owl is an Izakaya (Japanese style bar) decorated by artificial cherry blossoms. Here, you can enjoy food and drink under the cherry blossoms all year around.
Kazagaguruma is a Japanese-summer-festival-themed an Izakaya. There are stalls in the front of the izakaya which create an atmosphere of a traditional summer festival. There are also several types of private rooms. For example, the Ramune soda room has a wall which is made from colorful Ramune soda bottles.
Feel as if you are in Japan in fall
Kouyoushigure is an izakaya decorated by artificial colored leaves. Even if you were when you come to Japan during spring time, you will feel as if you are in Japan in fall.
Dinner in "Kamakura"
Kamakura is a Japanese igloo type traditional to the Tohoku (Northeast) region. At the izakaya called Kamakura, you can dine in small rooms fashioned in the shape of Kamakura, while you experience Tohoku cuisine specialties.
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