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Wagashi coloré et Matcha

Évaluation de 4,91 sur 5 sur la base de 105 commentaires.武蔵野市, JaponDans la collection Cuisine sur Airbnb

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Expérience culinaire organisée par Yuriko

2 heures
Japonais
Jusqu'à 4 personnes
Proposée en Anglais, Japonais

Au programme

Let's make beautiful Japanese sweets in my kitchen!

It’s a combination activity of Wagashi (Japanese confectionary) Making and Chado (Tea ceremony) experience.
You'll make "Kingyo(goldfish)" from mid-July to August.
*I have a same kind of activity “Rice flour Manju Making & Matcha”, too
https://abnb.me/EVmg/N4oVWcy67I

Let's make Japanese sweets in my kitchen. I first show you the instruction video and you will try coloring Nerikiri or Konashi (very sensitive but interesting ingredients which is transformative and colorful), putting them in a shape of the season.
You will make 2 Wagashi. When we are done, let's go to Chashitsu (tea room).
There I prepare a cup of Matcha for you one by one with traditional utensils of “Chado – Tea ceremony”. You can relax and have a Matcha(tea) & your sweets together.
Through this experience I would like you to feel Japanese sweets are very close to you, as you can make it with everyday cook utensils. 

Website
https://www.yu-art-kichijoji.com

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/yuart.Kichijoji/
Let's make beautiful Japanese sweets in my kitchen!

It’s a combination activity of Wagashi (Japanese confectionary) Making and Chado (Tea ceremony) experience.
You'll make "Kingyo(goldfish)" from mid-July to August.
*I have a same kind of activity “Rice flour Manju Making & Matcha”, too
https://abnb.me/EVmg/N4oVWcy67I

Let's make Japanese sweets in my kitchen. I first show you the instruction video and you will try coloring Nerikiri or Konashi (very sensitive but interesting ingredients which is transformative and colorful), putting them in a shape of the season.
You will mak…

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Ce qui est inclus

  • À manger
    Ingredients of sweets Ingredients for making Japanese sweets
    Supported...
  • À boire
    Matcha
    Powdered green tea
  • Équipement
    Utensils to make sweets
À partir de $39
par personne
mar. 18 août
10:00 - 12:00
$39 par personne
$39 par personne
mar. 18 août
14:30 - 16:30
$39 par personne
$39 par personne
ven. 21 août
10:00 - 12:00
$39 par personne
$39 par personne

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Yuriko

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2017
  • 105 commentaires
  • Identité vérifiée
I'm a founder of the Wagashi salon, Yu-Art Kichijoji. I graduated from Musashino Art University, I’d been working as for a Japanese maker as an industrial designer. Throughout my life, I’ve focused on traditional Japanese art and culture. I've enjoyed collecting Ukiyo-e (Japanese antique arts) and studying traditional tea style. As tea has always been my passion, I started a career in Chado—the Way of Tea—.
I offer 2 classes,” Colorful Wagashi”: https://abnb.me/EVmg/O0drZUKb8I and “Rice flour Manju”: https://abnb.me/EVmg/N4oVWcy67I
I’m happy to give you a short tea ceremony, too
I'm a founder of the Wagashi salon, Yu-Art Kichijoji. I graduated from Musashino Art University, I’d been working as for a Japanese maker as an industrial designer. Throughout my life, I’ve focused on traditional Japanese art and culture. I've enjoyed collecting Ukiyo-e (Japanese antique arts) and studying traditional tea style. As tea has always been my passion, I started a career in Chado—the Way of Tea—.
I offer 2 classes,” Colorful Wagashi”: https://abnb.me/EVmg/O0drZUKb8I and “Rice f…
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Le lieu

We'll be meeting in front of “Koban(police Box)" which is close to JR Kichijoji North exit, Tokyo. Then we'll off to my kitchen.

Évaluation de 4,91 sur 5 sur la base de 105 commentaires.

Elizabeth
janvier 2020
We had a great time on this experience! It was so nice to make our own wagashi and then have a casual tea ceremony where we could eat them with green tea. I also thought it was a great value for what you got, and our hostess was very friendly and thoughtful.
We had a great time on this experience! It was so nice to make our own wagashi and then have a casual tea ceremony where we could eat them with green tea. I also thought it was a g…
Mckean
janvier 2020
We had a great time! Yuriko communicated well, met us at the train station and walked us to the location, and made us very welcome. Making the sweets was super fun and easy for someone like me with no experience. The tea after was a fun experience. Highly recommend.
We had a great time! Yuriko communicated well, met us at the train station and walked us to the location, and made us very welcome. Making the sweets was super fun and easy for som…
John
décembre 2019
Yuriko was a lovely host who had a deep knowledge of the history and techniques of wagashi making. From helping us how to mold and color the pastry to finishing off the pieces with special touches, she was patient with us and had great anecdotes to tell. After the pastry making, she showed us a typical tea gathering with matcha in traditional garb and ceremony. I would recommend her to any one who wanted a unique experience in the japanese art of wagashi making.
Yuriko was a lovely host who had a deep knowledge of the history and techniques of wagashi making. From helping us how to mold and color the pastry to finishing off the pieces wi…
Asako
décembre 2019
色合わせによって雰囲気がぐっと変わる和菓子、自分でカラーを選んで作るのがとても楽しかったです。茶道体験は日本人でも参加する機会があまりないのでスペシャルな体験でした!
Ursula
décembre 2019
It was a glimpse in a completely different culture for us. We enjoyed the wagashi-making and Yuriko gave us interesting background informations. She also demonstrated and explained the tea ceremony in a very kind manner.
Cindy
novembre 2019
The activity was a lot of fun. Yuriko spends a lot of time to provide clear explanations and made sure it was easy to follow. Overall, had lots of fun making the wagashi and enjoyed them with the tea ceremony she provided us.

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Préférences alimentaires

Sur demande, l'hôte peut s'adapter aux régimes alimentaires indiqués. Dans ce cas, vous devez l'en informer avant l'expérience.
Allergie à l'arachide
Régime sans soja
Sans produits laitiers
Régime sans œufs
Régime pesco-végétarien
Allergie au poisson
Allergie aux fruits de mer
Végétarien
Vegan

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Conditions d'annulation

Toute expérience peut être annulée et intégralement remboursée dans les 24 heures suivant l'achat, ou au moins 7 jours avant qu'elle ne commence.

Critères requis pour les voyageurs

4 voyageurs maximum âgés de 15 ou plus peuvent participer.

Plus de conseils

*It takes around 2h. I'll be less or more than 2h depend on number of participants. *If you have too long nails, enjoying creating Wagashi would be difficult. *Ingredients sometimes include flour, not gluten-free.

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