After featuring at a recent Sotheby’s London auction, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami now links up with Tokyo’s Grand Hyatt Hotel for a collaborative afternoon tea menu featuring his epochal “flowers” motif.
In collaboration with “STARS Exhibition: Contemporary Art Stars-From Japan to the World” being held at Roppongi Hills, the work of Murakami features at the all-day dining French Kitchen, alongside a colorful afternoon tea with the motif of artist Murakami’s representative work “flowers”.
Discerning sweets such as fromage blanc mousse that reproduces the petals of 12 colors of “flowers” and colorful glass sweets can be found, alongside an array of icing cookies and scones at the Fiorentina Pastry Boutique.
You can book your place at the Grand Hyatt Hotel via its website.
In other news, a London-based art student has received backlash for dumping 31 tons of carrots.
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