Three kinds of Japanese sweet (Wagashi)
Dango is Japanese rice cake or Mochi. It’s coated with Mitarashi syrup or Anko, and usually three to five are stuck on a stick. Mitarashi syrup is made from soy sauce and sugar. Anko is sweet red beans paste. You can make Dango and Mitarashi syrup.
Manju is steamed ban with sweet red beans paste inside. You can make ‘Usagi Manju’. It’s very cute in the shape of a rabbit.
My Matcha Pudding is made from soy milk. You can put some toppings of brown sugar syrup and roasted soy flour.
All my Japanese sweets are made from only vegetable ingredients, and l don’t use white sugar;)
In this cooking class, we will make three Japanese sweets.
・ You can roll a Dangos, boil them, and stick on a skewer.
・I will teach you how to wrap Anko (sweet red beans paste). You can make your Manju. And then finally, you can draw a rabbit face.
I will follow you to the end:) Let’s have fun!
Hello everyone. I'm Kayo. The mother of three kids. I enjoy making meals and lunch boxes for them everyday. I try to make Japanese cuisine for their health and growth. I love making and eating Japanese cuisine(Washoku) and sweet(Wagashi). I experienced living abroad in 2018, and I learned about different food styles such as vegan, vegetarian and halal. I was surprised that the food diversity is very natural overseas. After returning to Japan, I received a lecture from BentoYa Cooking (Japanese cooking association for vegan and vegetarian), and certified as an instructor. I want to pass on Japanese cuisine that can accommodate the food diversity. My cooking class is held at home. Children are also welcome. there's a Japanese-style room, so if you wish, you can dine in Japanese style. Let's enjoy cooking together:)
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I am bringing my kids here next year for this trip and this lesson. I can't believe how many cultural experiences they will get. My colleagues were wowed when I recreated this sweets I learned from my host. We are signing up next year!
James, United States of America★★★★★
Last time I took a trip to Japan, I took advantage of this package to get some Japanese cultural Immersion and enjoy family-style dining. Now I am hooked on it. Can't wait to do this again.
Response from Kayo
It costs 4000 per person.
Up to 4 people can join Kayo's cooking class.
Yes, Japanese sweet (three kinds of Wagashi) has a vegetarian option.
Duration of this cooking class is 2.5 hours.
Please go to Yokohama Station which takes 0 mins from Yokohama Station. Then Kayo (host) will pick you up there!
Yes, Japanese sweet (three kinds of Wagashi) has a vegan option.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
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Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.