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 mid-July & Augast

"What you’ll make?"
You make "Kingyo (Goldfish)" 
 
 The activity's outline
 



Rice flour Manju Making & Matcha

Start from September

"What you'll make?"
You make "Usagi (Rabbit)"
 
The activity's outline

 
 

Notifications

Colorful Wagashi (Nerikiri or Konashi) Making

Wagashi for mid-July & Augast

"What you’ll make?"
You make "Kingyo (Goldfish)" 
 
 The activity's outline
 



Rice flour Manju Making & Matcha

Start from September

"What you'll make?"
You make "Usagi (Rabbit)"
 
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.
 
 
 


Rice flour Manju making & Matcha

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. 

GALLERY

桜の和菓子
菖蒲の和菓子
紫陽花の和菓子
金魚の和菓子
菊の和菓子
紅葉の和菓子
水仙の和菓子
椿の和菓子
雪だるまの薯蕷饅頭
梅の薯蕷饅頭
桜の薯蕷饅頭
ウサギの薯蕷饅頭
プルメリアの和菓子
虹の薯蕷饅頭
コスモスの和菓子