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Learn How to Make Beautiful and Delicious Wagashi Sweets in Tokyo

Shinjuku City, Japan

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icon1 hour 30 minutes  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English
Good for avoiding crowds


This tour is perfect for travelers with a sweet tooth, or those who are interested in arts and crafts. Learn how to make intricate Japanese Wagashi sweets during this fascinating small-group experience. Discover the history of this unique skill from an experienced chef, and make four seasonally-inspired sweets. Some may argue that the sweets are far too beautiful to eat, but you’ll get a chance to taste one at the end.
  • Learn from a Wagashi chef how to make stunning sweets inspired by the season
  • No need to bring anything with you—all tools and ingredients are included
  • Lots of variety—learn to make four different styles of sweets
  • A sweet tasting and Japanese tea are included
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What is the maximum group size during Learn How to Make Beautiful and Delicious Wagashi Sweets in Tokyo?
This activity will have a maximum of 6 travelers.

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Great Class to Learn the Art (and Philosophy) of Wagashi
, Mar 2020
This was a fun class to learn the traditional art of wagashi sweets. The class was in an actual sweets shop, which made for a truly authentic experience. The teacher selected the sweets to make based on the season (sakura and spring themes), and we made two of each type to really get the feel of how to make them. The wagashi was beautiful, delicious, and so much fun to make. I appreciate that the instructor also explained the philosophy of appealing to all five senses when making wagashi, it makes me appreciate this traditional craft even more.

Product code: 59185P53

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