Japan has so much marvelous sweets as you have known, especially Wagashi is not only tasty but also very beautiful looking.
Actually, there is a wonderful cooking experience in Tokyo! You will have the opportunity to make traditional Japanese Wagashi under the instruction of a local expert!
Wagashi are traditional Japanese confections that are often served with tea, especially the types made of mochi, azuki bean paste, and fruits.
In Japan the word for sweets, kashi, originally referred to fruits and nuts.China learned from India how to produce sugar and began trading it to Japan.The trade increased and sugar became a common seasoning by the end of the Muromachi period. Influenced by the introduction of tea and China’s confectionery and dim sum, the creation of wagashi took off during the Edo period in Japan.
Make your Tokyo visit even sweeter thanks to this few hours small-group class learning to make ‘Wagashi,’ a traditional Japanese confection. Get an introduction to the preparation of Japanese sweets, learning about the many unique flavors and colors that vary based on the time of year and available ingredients.
Head to your ‘Wagashi’ class location in the Shinagawa called “Ozaki Sachiko Wagashi school”, picking between a range of morning and afternoon start times that fit your schedule. You’ll spend most of your class learning the techniques used to prepare these tasty Japanese treats. You can pick quite lot of kind of Wagashi such as Yokan, Manju and Odango so on…You will be surprised that Wagashi is really near as art! Interesting? Please check it out!
Weekday noon and evening~not particular time