Feel the Japanese atmosphere in the U.S. New York Enjoy the Japanese taste and the traditional culture in “Japan Fes.” and “Green Tea Cafe”
Japan is located in the eastern part in the East Asia, so it is often called “Far East”.
It is an island country that consists of 6,852 islands.
It is surrounded by the sea, and more than 70% of a country are a mountain region.
With this location and the climate that has “four seasons”, spring, summer, autumn, and winter, it is known as a beautiful country that has the rich nature and views.
Various cultures as Japan are highly evaluated from various countries; there are “local foods” that are local popular foods made for local ways, “Japanese foods” like sake, dishes and kimono made by craftsmen, and “traditional crafts” like decorations.
It is popular for foreign tourists who visit Japan that is the tatami which has a long history as a floor material that is well matched with Japanese climate and offers the comfortable Japanese atmosphere; it is cool during the summer, and warm during the winter.
A lot of tourists select the tatami floored Japanese room when they stay Japan.
New York is the largest city in the U.S..
In this place, very far away from Japan, “Japan Fes.” is held actively and it is popular.
It says “More Japan! More Have Fan!”, and introduces various Japanese cultures like Japanese foods and summer festivals to New Yorkers.
Even this year, various events will be held from April to October, so please come and visit it.
Please check details below.
“Setsugekka” in East Village is “Green Tea Cafe” that is able to feel the real Japanese atmosphere.
The tatami imported from Japan can be seen across the show window, and tea cups on it show the atmosphere of Japan that is very far away from here.
From the traditional weak tea to the Green Tea Latte, Setsugekka is able to enjoy the various tastes of green teas, and also, it is an attraction that there is able to have a lesson of the tea ceremony.
There are Japanese foods, the green tea, and the atmosphere of the tatami…
why don’t you enjoy the tastes and traditions of Japan in New York?
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Source of photos:https://www.setsugekkany.com/gallery/