There’s nothing like a walk through the autumn mountains of Japan, when the leaves are a riot of reds, yellows and oranges. The “kōyō” season as it’s known is a popular tourist activity and so many of you will be familiar with this. A less known term is “rakuyō” (落葉) which means fallen leaves. Imagine a carpet of fallen leaves blanketing the ground in hues of reds and oranges, yellows and purples. It’s a truly beautiful sight to see and it always makes us forget the stress of life. While we miss seeing rakuyō, we at least have the Rakuyō Box for you!
This is what you’ll get:
– Genmaicha yatsuhashi (pb, gf) x1
– Portion of Hojicha warabi mochi (pb, gf) x1