Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo

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You will experience making Japanese confectionery at "Takagiyashinise" in Shibamata area, Tokyo. Takagiyashinise is famous for being a location of the old movie "Otoko wa Tsurai yo". Please enjoy the sweets loved by Japanese from the old days.

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  • Shibamata is a Japanese traditional town with a specific atmosphere.
  • You will make 2 kinds of Japanese confectionery
  • You can eat the Japanese confectionery made by you
  • You can experience the activity at a store with history.
  • You will eat sweets and drink Japanese tea after an experience.

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Shibamata area, Tokyo (the exact address will be provided after you book)


Important Information

The hours of operation are from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.


What you need to bring

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Meet your host :
Gincul
  • English (Intermediate)
  • 日本語 (Fluent)

Hi! We are Gincul!
You will be able to experience wearing a “Kimono”, a traditional tea ceremony and writing in Japanese calligraphy. “Kimono” is a Japanese traditional garment.
You can stroll around in Ginza town wearing a kimono.
Tea used in tea ceremonies is powdered green tea called Matcha. We will make your tea right in front of your eyes. You will enjoy “Wagashi” or traditional Japanese confections and green tea as part of your Japanese experience.
“Shodo” is Japanese calligraphy. “Shodo” is the art of drawing characters with “Fude” and ”Sumi”. Using the “Fude” or brush, you can write your favorite “Kanji” or Japanese characters. You can take your work of “Shodo” home in a frame.
We hope that our guests are able to feel the uniqueness of the Japanese culture through the atmosphere we provide in Japanese style room called “Washitsu”.
It has the smell of the “Tatami”.
We can take a commemorative photo of your experience.
Our goal is to create an opportunity to experience Japanese culture.
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