Cha Gayu – Japanese tea rice porridge
Cha Gayu (茶粥)
‘Cha’ means ‘tea’, and ‘Gayu’ means ‘rice porridge’ in Japanese language. So ‘Cha Gayu’ means ‘Japanese tea rice porridge’. Cha Gayu is one of Nara’s specialty foods. Kyoto’s ‘Uji tea’ and Nara’s ‘Yamato tea’ are both well known throughout Japan. A famous ‘Tea Ceremony’ was born in Nara and developed in Kyoto. Please enjoy a peaceful moment warming your body and mind gently.
HARUYA’s Rice Porridge
100 years Japanese traditional architecture, HARUYA offers the opportunity to be familiar with Japanese culture through Japanese staple foods ‘rice’. Delivered from HARUYA own rice field, with salt for Ise Jingu, tasting grace of rich four seasons of Japan, HARUYA Morning Porridge is for you.
100 years Japanese architecture called Machiya, “HARUYA Higashiyama” is. Located at Kyoto Higashiyama area, more than 12 million people visit in a year, it is within walking distance to Kiyomizu Temple, Gion and Main shopping district. 15 minutes by subway from Kyoto station. In the morning and evening, we can walk along the small river and enjoy a pleasant stroll.
HARUYA Higashiyama >
4 different tastes of 100 years architecture, “HARUYA Umekoji” is. 8 minutes by bus (15 minutes walk) from Kyoto station. Walking distance to two world heritage sites (Toji, Nishihonganji). One way bus stop to Kiyomizu Temple, Gion, Kinkakuji etc. Long-established Kyoto style such as Japanese garden, lattice, round window, edge side are respectfully inherited.
HARUYA Umekoji >
120 years of the village headman residence, “HARUYA Naramachi” is. Guest rooms with traditional Japanese houses have fully Japanese atmosphere. Located in NARAMACHI area with the townscape from ancient times. Walking distance to Nara Park, Great Buddha statue and five other World Heritage sites. 8 minutes by bus from Nara station (15 minutes on foot).
HARUYA Naramachi >