Yu-Art Kichijoji offers you 
Japanese Cultural experiences 
“Wagashi (Japanese traditional confectionery) Making”
& “Sado (a Japanese tea ceremony)”
at a residence in Kichijoji, Tokyo Japan.

Notifications

Colorful Wagashi (Nerikiri or Konashi) Making

Wagashi for December & January

"What you’ll make?"
You make "Suisen (Naricissus)
 
 The activity's outline
 



Jouyo Manju Making

Manju for December & January

"What you'll make?"
You make "Yuki Daruma(Snowman)"
 
The activity's outline

 
 

Notifications

Colorful Wagashi (Nerikiri or Konashi) Making

Wagashi for December & January

"What you’ll make?"
You make "Suisen (Naricissus)
 
 The activity's outline
 



Jouyo Manju Making

Manju for December & January

"What you'll make?"
You make "Yuki Daruma(Snowman)"
 
The activity's outline


Colorful Wagashi Making

The instructor introduces Wagashi which you will make and explains the ingredients.
 You look at a demonstration video of Wagashi making.
Then you make two pieces of Wagashi with everyday utensils and your hands.  
You move to a tea room. You can have your Wagashi with a cup of Matcha tea that the instructor prepared in a traditional way.
 
 
 


Jouyo Manju Making

The instructor introduces Manju (Wagashi) which you will make and explains the ingredients.
 You look at a demonstration video for making.
Then you make dough with Japanese Yam potato & rice flour and 4 or 5 pieces of Manju.  
You move to a tea room. You can have your Manju with a cup of Matcha tea that the instructor prepared in a traditional way.
 
 


Matcha in the Japanese tea room

The tea room is equipped for tea ceremonies in the same residence. 
You can have your Wagashi with a cup of Matcha tea that the instructor prepared in a traditional way. 

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