Experiences of making sweets (Wagashi)
Cute Japanese sweets are not too sweet, and they match well with green tea or coffee.
Experience of setting up matcha is also possible.
Nerikiri is called high‐grade Japanese fresh confections, it is served in tea celemony.
It's a type of Japanese confectionery where you shape and mold dough made from white beans paste and soft mochi into shapes like flowers and leaves.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday: AM・PM
Thursday: AM ~ 14:00
Visit a Japanese local's home and learn to cook their specialty.
Step2 Enjoy your meal!
Eat the authentic homemade Japanese meal with your Japanese host. Take the opportunity to have a genuine conversation with a local Japanese Person.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Nagoya Station: 10mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
This was one of my top experiences of my 6 weeks in Japan! Fumie-san is so kind and creative. She picked me up from the station and welcomed me into her home. She was incredibly kind, hospitable, and informative. The nerikiri she designed was absolutely stunning but she guided me and helped me while teaching me about Japan while having a good old chat. She taught me a variety of crafting techniques and had prepared a range of Japanese flavours and colours to explore. We had so much fun exchanging stories and made a fun koala nerikiri. The class finished with Fumie-san teaching me a Japanese tea ceremony. She so kindly provided ice packs, a cute cloth to wrap them up, and she painted a card for me too! I highly recommend this to anyone and everyone visiting Nagoya! I can't wait to return one day and explore more Japanese cooking with her.
Our experience with Fumie was spectacular! She is a very friendly and helpful host and great teacher. I highly recommend her class. Thank you Fumie we had a great time.