The Japanese see a rabbit in the moon. Pounded rice "dango" balls are traditional moon-gazing fare
Moon-viewing festival (Tsuki-mi), usually in September. Jugoya the month of the moon dumpling lunar eight May fifteenth day , there is a custom of dedicate the September thirteenth day called pampas grass and dumplings with the waxing gibbous moon of , potatoes , beans , and chestnuts . The shape of the dumpling is Kanto round , Kansai is walnut with bean paste in the form of taro .
Kansen-an "Hut of the Sweet Spring" 甘泉庵
Chanoyu 茶の湯 Utensils | The Urasenke Tradition of Tea