Mar 19
~
Mar 25

Yayoi Nights at 300BAR

12:00pm – 2:00am

From March 19th to March 25th, the three 300BAR locations will be decorated with beautiful cherry blossoms for a week-long celebration.

Limited-time sakura-themed drinks will be available all week.  Plus on March 24th and 25th, we will go all out with a special wa-inspired music, snacks, lighting, and more.

Entry is free but a minimum purchase of 3 tickets for men, 2 tickets for women is required. (1 ticket = 300 yen+tax)

Yayoi nights will be held at all of our 300BAR locations (300BAR 5Chome, 300BAR 8Chome, and 300BAR NEXT), so bring your friends and enjoy taking pictures with a beautiful backdrop.

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