−Koshogatsu in Kyo-Machiya− Azukigayu in the Sugimoto Residence

Azukigayu of the Sugimoto family
New Year Decoration
New Year Decoration

January 15 is the Koshogatsu (First Full Moon Festival).
In the “Saichuoboe,” the memorandums of living manners,
which has been handed down in the Sugimoto family since 1841,
Azukigayu (rice gruel with azuki beans) is described as the menu of Koshogatsu.

DateSaturday, January 12 and Sunday, January 13, 2019
12:00 – 13:00 (Limited to 10 meals per day)
From 13:00, the Sugimoto Residence special guide tour will be held.
* The guidance will be in Japanese.
VenueSugimoto Residence (Important Cultural Property)  
<116 Yada-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City, Kyoto 600-8442>
-> Access Map
MenuAzukigayu with a small round mochi, white miso-soup of the Kyoto style, Ohbukucha (lucky tea served on New Year’s day in Kyoto), red and white Namasu (vegetables seasoned in vinegar), three varieties of Nishime (simmered vegetables), pickles of Kyoto
Fee– 1,500 yen for Azukigayu
– 1,500 yen (800 yen for high school students and under) as the Sugimoto Residence entrance fee and the special guide tour