"Cooking Demonstration of Traditional Japanese Confections by Suetomi"

Cooking Demonstration of Traditional Japanese Confections by Suetomi

12:30pm
Saturday, March 26 and Sunday, March 27 (Event has ended)

Shoji Yamaguchi, the master confectioner of Kyoto Suetomi, will be giving a live demonstration of wagashi (Japanese confections) making.
Established in 1893, Suetomi has been one of the most respected confectioners in Kyoto.
They create wagashi of the highest grade for Japanese tea ceremony. Their wagashi is unique, elaborately beautiful, and very popular not only in Kyoto, but throughout Japan.

-Special Exhibition and Lunch Service-
12:00 to 3:00pm (L.O. 2:30pm)
Thursday, March 24 thru Sunday, March 27

There will be an exhibition as well the sale of seasonal confections from Kyoto Suetomi here at Kajitsu.
We will also be open for lunch service.
Lunch will be served on a first come, first serve basis since there is limited seating.
The menu will be a la carte and only 20 servings will be available each day, so please get here early!!

"Kyogen Performance by Ippei Shigeyama"

Kyogen Performance by Ippei Shigeyama

5:45pm (Dinner Reservations required)
Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 26

Ippei Shigeyama will be performing “Komai”, a short dance performance
as well as “Utai”, a vocal performance from Kyogen play.
Ippei Shigeyama is a Kyogen actor from Okura School, Shige-yama family.
Kyogen is a form of traditional Japanese theater developed along with Noh in the 14th century.
Okura, the oldest existing Kyogen family has been around for over 400 years.

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