-Nerikiri Japanese traditional sweets
【what is Netikiri?】
Japanese "nerikiri" is a traditional sweet confection made from sweet white bean paste and shaped into intricate, colorful designs, often resembling seasonal motifs or flowers.
Nerikiri is a very sweet confection in Japan, often enjoyed alongside matcha tea. In the past, it was considered a delicacy reserved for the aristocracy, hence its name "jou-namagashi," meaning "upper-class confectionery."
Using nerikiri dough, we'll create two adorable sweets, each around 3cm x 3cm in size.
The designs vary with the seasons.
The lesson is scheduled for 2 hours, but it may extend as needed.
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I worked at Tokyo Disneyland for 10years. Afeter I have established my company for 8 years.
Sometimes I'm teaching some sweets.
And most popular lesson is making Cookies with Japanese traditional desin.
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From Ginza: 15mins
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Up to 3 people can join Ayumi's cooking class.
It costs 7000 per person.
Duration of this cooking class is 1.5 hours.
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.