Kanagawa Cooking Class
Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony

★★★★★ 1


Pick Up


1 hours

Max 2 guests

Market Visiting

Cooking Class Menu

Wagashi (Japanese sweets) We make Mt.Fuji by nerikiri.

Knead, roll, shape and experience the world of Japanese. You can take your wagashi home as souvenirs.

Cooking Class Information

In this cooking class,we can Wagashi(Japanese confection) together!

" held with the theme of the four seasons. A Japanese confection is felt close through Japanese confection making, and thinks when you'd feel a sense of the season. I'll knead, round, arrange the shape and experience the world of a total. You can bring the Japanese confection you made for me back as a gift. Please participate any time to enjoy comfortable "time of" the total.

What you will do

Meet at station!

1. Meet at station!

Let's meet at Katase-Enoshim station which is just 7 mins away from Fujisawa station.

Explain about my Wagashi class

2. Explain about my Wagashi class

I will explain you about what we are going to make according to my recipe.

Making Japanese sweets

3. Making Japanese sweets

Japanese sweets are traditional Japanese sweets. I teach Japanese sweets recipes.

Take a photo

4. Take a photo

Let's leave the sweets you made in memory of your trip! I hope you will have a wonderful trip with Enoshima in the background.

Let's eat Japanese sweets

5. Let's eat Japanese sweets

You can also eat the sweets you make on the spot. A break while looking at Enoshima.

Let's go to Enoshima

6. Let's go to Enoshima

We also recommend taking a stroll through Enoshima. There are many Enoshima Shrines and delicious food.

About Host



★★★★★ (1)

Japanese confection lecturer and food coordinator Makiko Fujioka. Kamakura is dragged into charm of a Japanese confection and begins to learn a Japanese confection. A Japanese confection and" creation Japanese confection classroom KYORA" which can feel a season close are supervised more than 2012 years with the theme of the four seasons. The original creation Japanese confection which mixed the West with a total is proposed. Charm of a Japanese confection is told through Japanese confection making.


The closest station

Katase Enoshima Station

How to get to the station?

From Katase Enoshima Station: 5mins

Exact location provided after booking.

Reviews of Cooking Class

Geoffrey Wu, Australia


It was lots of fun learning wagashi from Makiko, she prepared everything for us and gave us instructions in English and took photos for us. It was a smooth and enjoyable experience and I'd love to come back next season for a different wagashi!

Oct 2019


Response from Makiko
Thank you for participating in the Enoshima-Kyora-Wagashi(Japanese sweets). I was happy to see how seriously I experienced making Japanese sweets. In addition, we look forward to.

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Response from Makiko

FAQ about Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony | Cooking class by Makiko

  • Is Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony available for vegans?

    Yes, Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony has a vegan option.

  • What is the maximum capacity of Makiko's cooking class?

    Up to 2 people can join Makiko's cooking class.

  • How long is this cooking class by Makiko?

    Duration of this cooking class is 1 hours.

  • How much does it cost to join Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony?

    It costs 3500 per person.

  • Is Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony available for vegetarians?

    Yes, Enoshima-Kyora-Wagash (Japanese sweets) and Tea Ceremony has a vegetarian option.

Additional cooking class information

  • Confirmation

    You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.

  • Payment

    We accepts these cards on airKitchen.

  • Cancellation

    Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.

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