A.mochi - through the never - Inakaya Restaurant - New York, NY | OpenTable


A custom of tsukimi, or moon viewing, takes place on Jugoya, the "15th night" (August 15 on the lunar calendar; October 3 on the solar calendar). People enjoy the moonrise and set up tables with offerings of tsukimi dango (moon viewing dumplings), seasonal fruits and vegetables, and the grasses of autumn. The dango, or rice dumplings, may be plain or filled, and are often arranged in a pyramid. Some cakes may be shaped like bunnies in reference to the legend of Tsukiyo no Usagi, a mochi-pounding rabbit that lives on the moon.


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