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FAQ About Wagashi Making Classes in Kyoto

  • Which wagashi making class is popular in Kyoto?

    Wagashi Classes : Kiku (Chrysanthemum) from Nerikiri dough is popular with other travelers visiting Kyoto.

  • What is the best cheap wagashi making class in Kyoto?

    Popular cheap wagashi making classes in Kyoto include Wagashi Classes : Kiku (Chrysanthemum) from Nerikiri dough.

  • How much does it cost to join a wagashi making class in Kyoto?

    On average wagashi making classes in Kyoto cost ¥5767 per person (based on airKitchen prices).

  • Which wagashi making classes are offered in English in Kyoto?

    All wagashi making classes in Kyoto on airKitchen are offered in English.

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Let's Learn About Wagashi Before Joining a Wagashi Making Class in Kyoto!

New Year Wagashi

  • Hishi Hanabira Mochi

    Hishi Hanabira Mochi

Spring Wagashi

  • Sakura Mochi

    Sakura Mochi

  • Hanami Dango

    Hanami Dango

  • Hina Arare

    Hina Arare

  • Hishi Mochi

    Hishi Mochi

  • Kusa Mochi

    Kusa Mochi

Summer Wagashi

  • Kashiwa Mochi

    Kashiwa Mochi

  • Kusa Mochi

    Kusa Mochi

  • Chimaki

    Chimaki

  • Kuzukiri

    Kuzukiri

  • Mizu Yokan

    Mizu Yokan

  • Mizu Manju

    Mizu Manju

Autumn Wagashi

  • Ohagi

    Ohagi

  • Tsukimi Dango

    Tsukimi Dango

  • Kuri Manju

    Kuri Manju

  • Kuri-Mushi Yokan

    Kuri-Mushi Yokan

Why Taking a Wagashi Making Class in Kyoto is a Must-Do

Kyoto is one of the largest cities in Japan. For tourists, Kyoto is the place to visit in Japan. Back in the days, Kyoto was the capital of Japan. There are several attractions in the city, including shopping centers, restaurants and amusement parks. The local food in Kyoto is also very delicious. There are several bakeries and supermarkets in Kyoto. You will find several confectionery items, including Wagashi, in grocery stores and supermarkets. Wagashi is the most commonly available sweet food item in Kyoto. It is made from purely natural ingredients including wheat, flour, sugar and red beans. Japanese serve Wagashi with tea. Wagashi is an ancient Japanese cuisine and is deeply associated with Japanese culture. To know more about Wagashi, you can join a Wagashi making class in Kyoto. For the ease of foreigners, these classes are offered in the English language. Wagashi making classes are ideal for those who want to learn the authentic recipe of Wagashi.


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