[WATCH] This Midtown Japanese Restaurant is Filled With Over 1,000 Cherry Blossoms

Zuma is a restaurant in Midtown Manhattan that serves up Japanese sushi and izakaya dishes in a large, welcoming setting. Their spring season interior design is wowing customers with over 1,000 real cherry blossoms bringing a bit of Spring flowers indoors. Check it out in this video from Harper's Bazaar.

Japan is known for their stunning cherry blossoms, which reach peak bloom during springtime and are said to represent the fragility and the beauty of life. While you may not be able to book a plane ticket across the world, Zuma in New York City brought in over 1,000 cherry blossoms to their top-floor bar so you don't have to. The restaurant worked with Kimberly Perrone of Bloom Flowers to create the gorgeous installation, and have similar cherry blossom masterpieces in their London and Hong Kong locations. As you sit under the spring wonderland, you can also sip on seasonal cocktails that go along with the cherry blossom theme, featuring various floral extracts and pink hues. With chic cocktails and a breathtaking botanic setting, this is one place you won't want to miss visiting this spring.

Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's with his partner and son. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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