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Kyoto Moon Festival

Considered Japan’s cultural capital, Kyoto is the place in Japan where Japanese history and tradition are most alive, particularly during the time of the moon viewing festivities.
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Culture
Home to world heritage architecture accommodating artisans and geisha, a visit to Kyoto is like a trip back in time.
Traditional Sweets
Just as woodworking, pottery and calligraphy skills have been passed through generations in Kyoto, so has confectionery making.
This month we want to share Kyoto’s many delights with you, both culinary and cultural. Enjoy traditional confectioneries, snacks and tea in the Tsukimi moonlight.

This Month's Box

Join us for a Kyoto Moon Festival, in partnership with the Kyoto Government.

1/15
Gion Tsujiri Houjicha
2/15
Yatsuhashi
3/15
Kinako Mochi
4/15
Kyoto Candy
5/15
Mangetsu Pon Ama-Kara Soy Sauce
6/15
Tsukimi Plate
7/15
Retro Animal Yochi Cookie
8/15
Kyoto Houjicha Latte Pudding
9/15
Kyoto Moon Viewing Gaufrette
10/15
Soba Boro
11/15
Wasabi Pistachio & Soy Cashew
12/15
Matcha Cream Senbei
13/15
Satsumaimo Bread
14/15
Yuzu Dorayaki
15/15
Tanba Black Bean Arare
what's in my box

20 Authentic Japanese
Snacks, including:

*This image only features example products.

Japanese Tea

Matcha, Hojicha & Seasonal.

Japanese Cakes

From Castella to Taiyaki.

Mochi, Manju & Yokan

Traditional Japanese Sweets

Seasonal Japanese Treats

Enjoy Sakura, Momiji and more

Sakuraco Exclusives

Senbei and Konpeito by Local Makers

Japanese Home Goods

Ceramics, Chopsticks & Furoshiki.

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