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We decorated for Jyugoya festival


The intense lingering summer heat continues, but when I smell the scent of olives, I sense the arrival of autumn.

This year’s harvest moon, the so-called “Jyugoya” in Japanese, is 29th of September. In Jyugoya festival, we admire the beauty of the full moon and thank for the harvest. On the 15th floor of Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo, rice dumplings as offerings and Japanese pampas grasses as amulets are decorated for Jyugoya festival.

Though that custom may be disappearing gradually, why don’t you enjoy Jyugoya festival as Japanese people used to do?