Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

Kyoto Sightseeing/Kimono【Tea Ceremony Experience KOTO】

Experience

Japanese sweets for summer! 

Japanese sweets for summer! 

It’s getting hotter and more humid in July in Kyoto.

We can hear the sounds of Gion festival on the main street, Sanjo and Shijo. Hearing the sounds of the festival, I’ve noticed the summer is in the air.

I would like to introduce cool Japanese sweets for tea ceremony today.

 

 

Rainbow colors

 

rainbow colors

Shichihenge, “rainbow colors” is the sweets made by Senbontamajuken in Kyoto. I have served these to my customer for the tea ceremony of Tanabata (Star) festival.

Japanese sweets change every month of every 2 weeks according to the seasons.

Since it’s made of agar, foreign guests also familiar with the taste like eating jelly.

 

 

Milky way!

 

milky way

”Milky way” is made by Sasayamorie, which is near from my tea house Koto, infront of Waratenjin shrine. They create really beautiful designs.

Since the legend of Alter & Vega is the story between the milky way, it’s the best sweets for Tanabata (Star) festival.

Actually, its original is the reception room of Do-moto Insho Museum in Kinugasa Kyoto. He is the famous artists in Japan.

milky way

We can imagine the beautiful stars.

I know foreign guests aren’t familiar with the taste of beans and sugar sometimes, but my customers often say it looks really beautiful.

I think it’s worth trying to see and eat when you come to Japan.

 

 

A drop of a bamboo leaf

 

a drop of a bamboo leaf

It’s more casual summer sweets my family bought for me from Sentaro sweet shop in Kyoto. We can buy them at the department store such as Daimaru or Isetan in Kyoto.

It’s also made of agar and fresh plum fruits is inside.

 

 

Rectangle Japanese cookies

 

Japanese cookies

It’s dried sweet made of sugar and rice powders.

It was created by the sweet shop Senbontamajuken and the stationary store Uragu in Kyoto. Can you imagine what they are?

They are the short letter paper.

It’s tradition for Tanabata festival that we write our wishes on these kind of rectangle paper and tag on the bamboo tree.

 

 

Summer Campaign! for Shared Tea Ceremony with Option course (2700yen)

 

fresh sweets for summer

Since I would like to introduce the beautiful Japanese fresh sweets as many people as possible, I have decided to launch this campaign.

Please write “campaign” on the format of our website when you reserve.

 

①Payment via Paypal & ②good! for Facebook & ③writing a review on Trip Advisor after the experience

*We ask all the guests to join ①-③.

→We upgrade your sweets to the seasonal fresh sweets!

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