Grand Master of the Kado Ichika-ryu.
Managing director of the Wagashi-tsukasa Izumiya.
Director of the Japan Sweets Association.
Born as a third generation of the wagashi (Japanese traditional confectionary) store Izumiya in Yokosuka,
He has long engaged in wagashi making since his childhood.
Mitsubori first gained attention when he won TV's dessert
competition in 2010, and in 2016 .
Mitsubori founded his own school, named “Kado Ichika-ryu”.
Mitsubori's delicate yet dynamic wagashi and his style of
presentation spread awareness of wagashi to an international audience.
These days he is often invited to teach wagashi-making in Asian countries and does Kado performances all over the world.
Born in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa.
Graduates from wagashi course, Ecole de Patisserie de Tokio.
Wins Western vs Japanese confectioner championship, TV Champion R (TV Tokyo)
Launches photoblog Ichinichi Ichika̶Wagashi of the Day.
Introduces international workshops primarily in Asia.
Appointed director of Japan Sweets Association
Founds Kado Ichika-ryu.
Presents a Kado performance at the Sydney Opera House.
Becomes the first wagashi artist to exhibit at the Salon du Chocolat, in Paris.
Publish first book "Kado ‒New Art of Wagashi-"
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
Wagashi Class(Noke Station) / Mitsubori's Workshop( Nakasukawabata Station)
How to get to the station?
From Wagashi Class(Noke Station) / Mitsubori's Workshop( Nakasukawabata Station): 20mins
Exact location provided after booking.