Welcome to The Art Heaven of The Busena Terrace
Sounds of waves and whispering winds create a fall melody,
with floating clouds spread across a canvas of blue skies.
You've arrived at a southern beach resort. Welcome to this art heaven.
September 3, 2019
The sea of Provence, loved by impressionist painters such as, Cezanne and Renoir, is said to be similar to the Okinawan sea Inspired by them, our course meal is prepared with Okinawan red grouper and lobster.
This beautiful executed course dinner reminds you of walking through colorful autumn trees Enjoy our decorative table as you fare these exquisite dishes.
We are serving an artistic variety of European cuisine a la La Tida style Savor our special dishes with our brewed craft beer or a selection of our European wines.
Our chef will prepare tantalizing meat dishes in front of you using local brand beef and pork as well as mushrooms for you to enjoy the taste of autumn.
A combination of ingredients from the west coupled with Chinese cooking techniques creates healthy dishes a la Busena You are invited to pair this cuisine with some sherry.
Enjoy the taste of fall with a Chestnut and Coffee Cake, or a Pear Tarte paired with a rich flavor of our local drip Okinawan coffee at Maroad.
Inspired by Ernest Hemingway's "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," (right), "For Whom the Bell Tolls,''(center), and, "Old Man and the Sea", a colorful orange mojito (left) are available this season.
Our yoga program on the beach is offered to immerse in relaxing poses while watching the sun set beyond the horizon. Listen to the sound of the waves and the feel nature's energy. Beginners are welcome!
An active face lift technique combining modern and Japanese traditional methods to promote blood circulation, and activate body cells. A facial treatment with our original face mask to moisturize your skin, and a short body treatment to alleviate fatigue.
Renowned French knit designer, Catherine Andre's Autumn/Winter Collections'designs are inspired by artists, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele. Traditional colors combined with French classic patterns inherited from the Middle Ages are brought back into the world through jacquard weaves, symbolizing glamourous and profound paintings.