Experience a moonlit and intimate evening in the Garden at this year’s Otsukimi Festival. During this two-day celebration, guests may enjoy entering our Tea Garden (Musoan), ordinarily off-limits to the public, and watch a traditional Japanese performances:
Koto in the Tea Garden by Yoko Awaya, Shakuhachi (Japanese flute) by Miro Koshio, Taiko Drumming by Ken Koshio and the traditional Japanese Dance performance by Suzuyuki-Kai
Our friends at Sapporo USA and Hiro Sake will be serving thirst-quenching sake cocktails and beer at our bar. A variety of seasonal wines and, of course, Japanese favorites like plum wine will be available as well. Pair your favorite beverage with a delicious plate from Yatai Ramen or Ohya Korean Kitchen and BBQ while watching live performances and exploring art installations. Finally, relax in our Tea Cafe while being served matcha tea and sweets by our tea volunteers.
Purchase your tickets now before they’re sold out!