24 seasons "Sōkō (Frost's descent)"
October 23rd (Sun) - November 6th (Sun)


“October Kannazuki

[ The 24 seasons and 72 micro-seasons ]
Now four seasons are standard, but in ancient Japan the spring, summer, fall and winter were divided into 24 seasons, and each of those 24 seasons was further divided into 3 smaller seasons of 5 days each, called the 72 micro-seasons.
This helped people sense the changing seasons.

72 micro-seasons

Shimo hajimete furu
(First frost)
October 23–27

Kosame tokidoki furu
(Light rains sometimes fall)
October 28–November 1

Momiji tsuta kibamu
(Maple leaves and ivy turn yellow)
November 2–6

When dew gives way to icy frost that covers the land
The once-green mountains take on a new appearance, adorned by the beautiful leaves of autumn.

At SUIGIAN, you can enjoy the changing nature with our dishes and cocktails.
Be sure to try them!