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Join Barbie's Sweet Summer Bash at Hilton Fukuoka

FUKUOKA, May 06 (News On Japan) - This summer, the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk invites guests to indulge in a culinary experience with the launch of the "Barbie×Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk Sweets Buffet."

Held in partnership with Barbie, the beloved fashion doll celebrating its 65th anniversary, the buffet promises a vibrant summer party inspired by Barbie's world.

Event Details:

  • Location: Brasserie & Lounge Sierra, 4th Floor, Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk
  • Time: June 1, 2024, to September 1, 2024, on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays only
  • Time: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (last entry at 4:30 PM)
  • Pricing: Adults ¥5,500, Children (ages 4-12) ¥4,000, Students ¥4,500 (Online booking and student ID required). Prices include consumption tax and service charge.

Themed around "Barbie's Powerful Summer Party," the buffet features around 20 types of desserts and savories, all adorned with iconic Barbie elements like pink colors, palm trees, and surfboards. Notable highlights include the Yuzu Cherry Pie, combining flaky pastry with creamy yuzu and sweet cherries, and the Strawberry Marshmallow Cupcake, which showcases homemade marshmallows on a red velvet base, topped with a chocolate Barbie logo. For a refreshing treat, the Sparkling Pear Lavender Jelly captures the shimmering sea with its cool lavender flavor and juicy pear.

In addition, the top floor bar & dining area, CLOUDS, will concurrently host a limited-time collaborative afternoon tea, drawing inspiration from an elegant and mature Barbie-themed ambiance in black and pink.

This unique buffet not only celebrates Barbie’s iconic status but also offers an immersive experience into her stylish world, making it a perfect destination for fans and families looking for a memorable summer outing. Join the Hilton Fukuoka Sea Hawk for a taste of this exclusive, fun-filled Barbie-themed sweets buffet and step into a world where fashion and flavor meet.

Source: modelpress


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