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  • Jennifer Jennifer

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo Making wagashi is very interesting experience, I highly recommend it.
    Sumiko is very sweet and patient. She shows you step by step and demonstrate one wagashi and then you can make the rest for the style you want.

  • Corinna Corinna

    Learn healthy cooking from a Japanese mother near Ginza

    Learn healthy cooking from a Japanese mother near Ginza We were a family with 4 adults and one child and had a lot of fun preparing gyoza ourselves. In advance we could make whishes for the menue and on the day we were escorted from the subwaystation to the cooking school. It was very easy. The teachers were so friendly and we felt immediatly at home. Teaching was great and apart from cooking we also learnt about japanese traditions and family life. Not only could we enjoy a delicious lunch and japanese tea at the end we also got presents to take home. It was a great experience and we wish to come back. Thank you so much. Corinna et al

  • Ana Ana

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo Had a lot of fun and got hands on experience making wagashi.

    I highly recommend this to anyone visiting Japan.

  • Meskidei Meskidei

    Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo

    Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo This was a wonderful experience. I really enjoyed making the sweets, and they were delicious! The host was very kind and made me feel welcome. The town of Shibamata is about a half hour train ride from where I was staying in Tokyo, but it was very much worth the trip. The room that this experience took place at was inside one of the first shops on a quaint street filled with old fashioned shops. I enjoyed visiting the nearby shinto shrine afterwards too.

  • Salina Salina

    Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo

    Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo It was a fantastic cultural experience. My girsl 9 & 7 loved it and we were all surprised how easy it is to make this edible art.

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