Kyoto is a city that is rich in culture, abundant in cuisine, and populated with traditional architecture and magnificent temples.
Yokohama is not only home to amamzing ramen and festivals, but it is also home to some of the most famous museums in Japan.
Kyoto has plenty of traditional events, but Gion Matsuri is definitely the most popular natsu matsuri event in Kyoto. This popular festival is a month-long and held in July.
When the air temperature and humidity rises in summer, it’s easy to lose your appetite, a common part of summer fatigue. At this time, all you need is a mild, refreshing dish that will help calm your upset body from the unpleasant hot weather.
Let’s explore the traditional tsukimi food that are eaten and offered to the moon during the midsummer festival.
Like the cherry blossom viewing festival, Tsukimi festivals are considered one of the oldest festivals in Japan with a history of more than 1000 years.
Enjoy new Japanese sweets, snacks and tea every month starting from $32.50USD
Enjoy new Japanese sweets, snacks & tea every month starting from $32.50USD