Japanese sweets called “Nerikiri “ made by refined rice flour and white bean jam. Nerikiri is the main sweets eaten at the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
You make 4peaces and take them home. Enjoy tea time after the lesson.
I n this class, you actually make Nerikiri from white bean jam and refined rice flour. Nerikiri is the main sweets eaten at the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
Once you learn how to make it, You can recreate after getting back home. I hope you like Japanese sweets and Japanese culture.
Hello, my name is MICHIYO. I like cooking,especially Japanese dishes and Japanese sweets. Japanese cuisine is beautiful and healthy. We can express Japanese four seasons in the dishes and sweets. I hope you’re interested in cooking Japanese cuisine with me. I live in Kobe, near from Sumiyoshi Station (JR) and Hanshin Mikage Station. It’s very convenient for you to come. I’m looking forward to seeing you. Thank you.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Osaka Station: 20mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
Yes, Japanese sweets Nerikiri and Tea ceremony experience has a vegan option.
It costs 5000 per person.
Please go to Sumiyoshi Station which takes 20 mins from Osaka Station. Then Michiyo (host) will pick you up there!
Up to 3 people can join Michiyo's cooking class.
Yes, Japanese sweets Nerikiri and Tea ceremony experience has a vegetarian option.
Duration of this cooking class is 3 hours.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
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Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.