Confection and drink set: SAKE, TEA AND WAGASHI - Wagashi for March “Sakura”
March sweets for Confection and drink set is “Sakura”.
The appearance of cherry blossom is drawn by a simple design and color. Sakura sweets is consisting of two pale pink petals made of grated yam and between them a bit of smooth red bean paste into which Daitokuji natto is knead. This combination complements the palatability of the grated yam. A trio of Sakura, Sake and Tea creates a flavory harmony.
At this time of the year with flowers in bloom, we invite you to come and enjoy your relaxed time with a glass of sake at OZU Kyoto.
OZU Kyoto Media Coverage
Various media reported on OZU Kyoto. Here is recent media coverage of OZU Kyoto.
Mar 3, 2015 An extra edition of the “Setouchi Finder” project, a collaboration of the seven prefectures that surround the Seto Inland Sea to showcase the area’s charm and character, reported OZU Kyoto.
Click here for the link: http://setouchifinder.com/ja/detail/607
Feb 25, 2015 OZU Kyoto was introduced as a shop which hands on Japanese sake culture and custom in the article “Higashi-no Mise Nishi-no Mise (Shops in the west and east)” of a drinking culture magazine “Horoyoi-techo Taru (Tipsy Notebook A Barrel)” March issue.
Feb 23, 2015 The article “ A proposal of Sake and Wagashi” of an entertainment information website regarding alcohol drink NOMOOO reported OZU Kyoto.
Click here for the link: http://www.nomooo.jp/column/sake-wagashi/
Feb 20, 2015 Sake culture seminar appeared in the Kyoto Shimbun.
Click here for the link: http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/sightseeing/article/20150221000123
Feb 18, 2015 OZU Kyoto appeared in the article titled “Now is the time to learn SAKE which is tapping into the global market” of a portal site posting local information “J Town Net Kyoto Prefecture”
Click here for the link: http://j-town.net/kyoto/news/localtv/200487.html
Feb 6, 2015 The seminar “A Tip from French Chef, A Bit of Elegance in Your Spring Meals” by French cuisine master, Dominique Corby, was aired in the segment of “Today’s Star Mark (Topic)” of MBS “Chichinpuipui”.