Osechi is Japanese traditional Japanese New Year foods usually served in a jyubako box.
This tradition started in Heian Period (794-1185). Each osechi dishes have a specific meaning celebrating the New Year.
– Datemaki (Japanese Omelet) symbolizes a wish for many auspicious days
– Konbu (Stewed Kelp) symbolizes joy
– Ebi (Stewed Prawn) symbolizes a wish for a long life
Guu Garden will be offering Osechi from New Year’s lunch hours. Please note that Osechi will be served only during lunch hours.
$45 per person, $25 for kid’s osechi, and $25 for veggie osechi.