・Japanese Nerikiri Sweets
・Two bowl of matcha (First Terumi will serve you in a basic way of tea ceremony, Next is your turn to make another bowl of matcha with Terumi's instruction).
Join to experience Japanese 2 unique cultures, "Japanese Nerikiri Making" and "Making a bowl of matcha" in tea ceremony style.
We will start with molding soft "nerikiri" dough into seasonal flower shape
because generally we get a sense of the season in tea ceremony.
And your hand-made nerikiri is served with Kyoto's traditional dry confectionery.
And then we'll move to tea ceremony.
First Terumi will serve a bowl of matcha to each guest in a basic way
of authentic tea ceremony.
And next is your turn!!
Please try making another bowl of matcha by yourself using tea utensils
with Terumi's instruction.
If you have difficulties in getting down on your knees, we have chairs for tatami.
Hello. I am Terumi. I am an international homestyle cooking researcher and instructor based in Japan since 2008.
I really love communicating with international people trough food, cooking and tea. I would like to share my recipe with as many people as possible.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Namba Station: 5mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
Ellen, United Kingdom★★★★★
I enjoyed a few wonderful hours with Terumi san. She is a caring and intelligent instructor who made me feel comfortable. She has an abundance of knowledge on Japanese food, sweets and the tea ceremony. Not only does she have the technical skill to help you make delicious food, but she also deeply understands the philosophy of wa shoku and the tea ceremony. Terumi picked me up from the station (I accidentally went to the wrong one!) Terumi also went the extra mile in preparing an addition of food for our lunch, which we shared with her wonderful Aunt. I was so full! There was a genuine feeling of love and gratitude at the table. Terumi and I made nerikiri (a type of Japanese sweet) which wasnt as hard as it looks! The tea ceremony was a beautiful process and I felt the added level of instruction (I was asked to have a go!) helped me to more fully understand the practice. I thought a tea ceremony would be quite austere, but thankfully this was fun. Terumi had all the photos of our day uploaded really quickly in a shared folder. She even took me out to a local shop so I could buy a souvenir of our day. What a wonderful experience; I can't wait to do it again!
Response from Terumi
Please go to Namba Station which takes 5 mins from Namba Station. Then Terumi (host) will pick you up there!
It costs 4500 per person.
Duration of this cooking class is 2 hours.
Yes, Wagashi Sweet Making & Tea Ceremony has a vegetarian option.
Up to 6 people can join Terumi's cooking class.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
We accepts these cards on airKitchen.
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.