Leading property developer, Crown Group is celebrating the ﬂeeting and spectacular beauty of the Cherry Blossom Season, more traditionally known as the Sakura bloom and is inviting everyone to enjoy it with them.
Crown Group’s expansive Mastery Display Centre located at 30-36 O’Dea Avenue, Waterloo, has been transformed into a pastel-pink, ﬂoral-ﬁlled cherry blossom forest throughout the month of April culminating with an event on Saturday 1 May from 1pm-4pm.
Guests will feel like they have been transported to Hokkaido, Japan while they can enjoy delicious sweets by Cre Asion café combined with drinks by Matchamatcha and a live koto performance as they walked through the cherry blossom forest.
Prepared and primed for anyone to enjoy, you can come to revel in the ornate beauty, immerse yourself in oriental culture and snap a very Instagram-worthy pic beneath the incredible blossom can come to revel in the ornate beauty, immerse yourself in oriental culture and snap a very Instagram-worthy pic beneath the incredible blossom canopy.
The cherry blossom or Sakura is the unofficial national flower of Japan and is a traditional symbol of renewal and optimism. In Japan, the appearance of pink blossom marks the end of winter and the beginning of Spring. Due to an always short-but-sweet blooming season, the cherry blossom also represents the transience of human life according to Buddhist philosophy and tradition.
Sakura is completely intertwined into Japanese culture and history. In ancient Japan, farmers would be on guard for the ﬂoral blooming of the Sakura signalling the perfect time for them to plant their rice crops.
Mastery by Crown Group have created a sense of magic in their display suite, by remarkably harnessing the very emblematic and cultural signiﬁcance of Sakura that is as coveted as it is ephemeral.
Mastery by Crown Group: Sydney’s ﬁrst Japanese themed residential community
Adding a new element to the style and charisma of the suburb of Waterloo, Mastery by Crown Group will be the ﬁrst of its kind in Sydney to entertain a Japanese theme, from the façade of the building to the state-of-the-art décor. This stunning aesthetic is being executed by three world renowned architectural ﬁrms in Japan’s Kengo Kuma and Australian ﬁrms Koichi Takada Architects and Silvester Fuller.
Mastery by Crown Group’s ﬁve uniquely designed and distinct buildings will house a total of 368 luxury apartments. The $520 million project will also comprise of a 2177 square metre retail precinct with 27 stores and restaurants with a carefully curated, authentic Japanese eat street.
On Saturday 1 May from 1pm-4pm (and throughout April), don’t miss you chance to visit the Mastery by Crown Group display suite in Waterloo to experience the magic of Sakura – located at 30-36 O’Dea Avenue, Waterloo 2017 and open 7 days from 1pm to 4pm. Don’t forget to get a selﬁe using the hashtag #sakurainmastery.