Strawberry Daifuku Mochi
Three Color Dango (mochi balls on skewers)
Nerikiri Wagashi (2 designs)
Bowl of Matcha Green Tea(Tea ceremony)
In this wagashi making and tea ceremony experience, you will learn how to make mochi (rice cakes) using glutinous rice flour. Using the mochi you will learn how to make strawberry daifuku (strawberry wrapped in bean paste) and dango (mochi balls on skewers)+ two kinds of seasonal "nerikiri wagashi"—traditional Japanese sweets. We'll start off with the dough making then you will color and shape the dough into a seasonal motif. After you've made the wagashi, you are able to taste your creations with a bowl of matcha green tea or take them with you in a box.
This Class starts at 10 am and 2 pm on weekdays only.
Hi, my name is Miyuki. I've been teaching cooking at my home since 2014. As a certified nerikiri art instructor, I've been teaching the art of nerikiri together and Mochi making at my home to people from around the world. I also hold diploma courses for anyone who would like to learn this art in depth. I've lived abroad in 3 countries and have traveled to almost 40, and I love to entertain people. Being a mother of two children, I also know how to teach children to enjoy this course as well.
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From Shibuya Station: 5mins
Exact location provided after booking.
Emma, United States of America★★★★★
Our mochi and wagashi class was awesome! Miyuki was so kind and patient, encouraging us the whole time. The recipes were easy to follow and the treats delicious! Definitely a highlight of my trip to Tokyo.
I have always been interested in the art of wagashi-making and I was delighted to be able to participate in a hands-on workshop during my recent trip to Japan. I love how the class was kept small and also conducted from a comfortable home environment. Miyuki was very professional and patient and it was so interesting to learn more about the culture and techniques of creating the different types of wagashi. I attended the workshop with my friend who is actually a local Japanese lady and she too said that she had enjoyed herself and learned lots. Thank you so much Miyuki for making my trip even more pleasant and memorable!
marium, United Kingdom★★★★★
Absolutely wonderful experience, Miyuki is an excellent host and great company. Would definitely recommend!
Jehosheba E. Charis, Indonesia★★★★★
Would love to learn again from Miyuki when I return to Japan. Thank you for a great experience. Lover her home
Katherine, Hong Kong★★★★★
I had a lot of fun learning about the different methods used to make not only wagashi but also other types of Japanese desserts. The class was very easy to follow along and Miyuki was a great host. Thanks, Miyuki!
Olibvia , United States of America★★★★★
The cooking class was excellent. It was traditional Japanese cooking. The instruction was clear and the atmosphere was relaxing.Thank you very much ! I hope to attend another class in the future!
Zoe , France★★★★★
It was good to know Japanese life style. All foreign travelers can enjoy this cooking class.
Logan , United States of America★★★★★
I really enjoyed noon preparing Wagashi, step by step! Was a pleasure to be a guest! I can just recomend to other!
Liam , United States of America★★★★★
I enjoyed every minute of it. Good luck with all your future endeavours.Thank you for a great lunch.
Response from Miyuki
Yes, Mochi and Traditional Sweets Making Class with Tea Ceremony has a vegetarian option.
Duration of this cooking class is 2.5 hours.
Yes, Mochi and Traditional Sweets Making Class with Tea Ceremony has a vegan option.
It costs 7500 per person.
Up to 6 people can join Miyuki's cooking class.
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.