Thu Feb 03

Eho-Maki for Setsubun Day at Hal Yamashita

Pick Up Only

4pm-9pm on February 3rd .

*Chef’s choice 7 kinds of ingredients inside.

 

February 3rd is the day of Setsubun.

Setsubun signifies the ending of winter and the beginning of spring.

Eho-maki is a sushi roll that is believed to be good luck when eaten on Setsubun day. This custom began in the Kansai area but now it has become a nationwide event .

When eating Eho-maki, look in the year’s good luck direction, and eat quietly while making a wish.*

The 7 filling inside Eho-maki represent the 7 gods. This has the meaning of “rolling in goodness (luck).

 

How to eat Eho-maki?

  1. While you eat Eho-maki, you must be silent!
  2. Eho-maki are also called “Maru-Kaburi-sushi” (swallowing sushi) because of the traditional way to eat it. That’s why we don’t cut sushi roll at this time. (If we got your request,we can cut,of course) *The eating of Eho-maki without cutting reflects the idea of forming good relationships.

 

*The Eho (good luck direction) is north‐northwest in 2022.

EVENT DETAILS

February 03

7:00 pm 9:00 pm

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