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Here’s what to get and do during Haru Matsuri Festival at Pavilion KL’s Tokyo Street

Pavilion KL’s Tokyo Street at Level 6 is celebrating Haru Matsuri Festival from now until 1 May 2022. Haru Matsuri Festival is celebrating the season and allow visitors discover cute sakura photo opportunities, a sakura exhibition from Japan, pop-ups, workshops and activities, and of course, sakura-inspired shopping! So, here are our top picks for what to get and do during Haru Matsuri Festival at Pavilion KL’s Tokyo Street.

Sakura Flavoured Snacks

Shojikiya is the destination for Japanese snacks! How can anyone resist Pocky sticks dipped in pale pink white chocolate with real sakura. Or Nakatashokuhin Torokoku Momohime, a peach and plum ume flavoured liqueur to please those with a sweet tooth and a love for umeshu plum wine. With 8% alcohol, this is great for sipping cold or mixing in with mixers for a fruity and refreshing cocktail. Kitkat fans, check out the special edition Sakura KitKat Red and White packs to enjoy two flavours of milk and white chocolate that are so well-balanced with a crunchy wafer texture.

Spring-inspired Accessories

Embrace the season with nature-inspired accessories in pastel palettes. From daisy necklaces to cute floral earrings, check out Minimalist Lab to complement your spring looks. Ditch the bland looking masks! Time to level up your spring style with beautiful floral fabric face masks from Summer by Aisha that are reusable, washable and certain to liven up any outfit! A collaboration between Casio Baby-G and Little Sunny Bite is a flowery pink watch across the iconic BA-110 analog-digital combination watch. Check out Casio Corner for this kawaii pastel pink timepiece!

Embrace Japan

With the sakura-themed décor in Tokyo Street, it’s almost as if you are in Japan! Enhance your visit to Tokyo Street by donning a yukata or kimono. Check out Kuma Yukata for the latest spring designs in the prettiest pastel hues, and don’t forget to snap plenty of photos under the blooming sakura trees!

Indulge in the beauty of bonsai trees, known in Japan to bring good luck and prosperity. Check out Zen Bonsai for a variety of plants for unique gifts this spring!

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