Japanese matcha follows the rule of being a tea ceremony loved for a long time, but even Japanese people get nervous. If you can enjoy with Japanese sweets more casually, you can experience at the cafe!
Japanese sweets are mainly sweets called “Ohagi” made from kinako and anko, which are actually cooked from glutinous rice. Matcha with Japanese sweets in a tea ceremony is the best tea time because it becomes easy to drink unsweetened matcha by foaming and making it mild.
Before the Olympics, people from various countries came to Japan, and I wanted to deepen exchange at this opportunity! I made a cafe, but I registered that it would be nice if everyone could cook happily without having a chance to use it.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From shibuya: 15mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
William, United States of America★★★★★
I am very grateful to the host. I have visited many countries so far, but Japan was the most exciting and this lesson was the most enjoyable part of my trip to Japan. I loved Japanese culture.
We enjoyed this class. Thanks to my host, I was able to experience real Japanese culture. Thank you very much.
Response from Eri
Please go to Kichijyoji Station which takes 15 mins from shibuya. Then Eri (host) will pick you up there!
Duration of this cooking class is 2 hours.
Up to 6 people can join Eri's cooking class.
It costs 4000 per person.
Yes, Tea Ceremony(Matcha) & Japanese sweets has a vegetarian option.
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.