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The severe heat will ease in Osaka around mid-August and it will be easy to spend your time here.
You might notice the sign of autumn such as a comfortable breeze blowing.

In the autumn, it is the peak time to harvest the blessings of nature in Japan which has four seasons.
Japanese people are looking forward to “Shinmai (the fresh rice)” which is harvested for the first time in the year.
When you come to find “Shinmai” at the supermarket, you may also hear the news of autumn delicacy.

There is a day, “Hassaku(八朔),” on 1 August in the Japanese old lunar calendar.
In solar calendar, Hassaku is on 10 September in this year.
Around this time, there are some festivals, “Tanomu-no-sechi” or “Hassaku-matsuri,”
to pray for a good harvest to Kami-sama in various regions before the time to harvest rices.

In Osaka, Domyoji-Tenmangu shrine holds a festival, “Hassaku-Taisai(八朔大祭),” on 1 September.
In the festival, there is the ritual sumo match in conjunction with “Hassaku-sai”
to celebrate the farmer’s rice harvest, “Tanomu-no-sechi”.
This festival derives from the shrine which worship Michizane Fujiwara
whose ancestor is the founder of sumo, Nomino Sukune.
When you visit the shrine on 1 September, you can watch the cheerful children doing sumo.

Well, the delicious taste of fall are come in Japan in the autumn.
There are Gazami crabs and tile fishes, and, in the mid-September, Ayu fish with roe.
Please enjoy the dishes of the beginning of autumn.

*The below is the menu for the “Ran” course (¥30,000). Some menu items may change in accordance with availability of ingredients.

Please note that some menu items may change in accordance with availability of ingredients.
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