This year, the Mid-Autumn Festival, Otsukimi or Jugoya in Japan, is October 1. For this last round of SaNaRae, I'm celebrating the moon, with tsukimi dango piled in offering to the moon, with and without the addition of some rabbits who heard about the rabbit on the moon.
Both include just the sanbo offering tray, the sanbo with the paper, the paper alone, the dango pile, and all of it assembled ready to offer in separate objects, each 1 LI, with your choice of white or gold crowing pieces. The tsukimi dango usagi also includes the two rabbits as well, to use as decor or to hold in your right hand.
Inspired by the cloudy skies with a swirled cloud motif, there is also a long skinny wood table, with or without edge gilding, at 2 Land Impact.