Mont Blanc Tartelette: Dessert Workshop in Tokyo
Organized by Kaori Nagata
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Number of Guests
1 - 3 guests
Rain or shine, With recipe
Chestnut lovers unite! Learn how to make a Mont Blanc Tartelette–a popular fall dessert–at this one-day workshop in Tokyo.
High-quality ingredients selected by the teacher
Learn about Japanese culture, cuisine, and hospitality
Easy to follow, all skill levels welcome
Learn dessert decoration and photography skills
Discover Japanese hospitality and culture in the sweetest way possible with this dessert workshop in Tokyo! One of the most popular desserts you’ll come across during the fall season in Japan is the Mont Blanc Tartelette. Although this dessert may appear complicated, this sweet class is suitable for all skill levels and will be guided by a professional instructor. This delightful treat is a fusion of European and Japanese culinary traditions, resulting in a dessert that is as visually captivating as it is delicious. Imagine a petite tartelette with a buttery, crisp crust that crumbles with each bite. Nestled within is a generous dollop of silky, chestnut cream—a hallmark of the Mont Blanc. This velvety delight is carefully piped onto the crust, creating an intricate swirl reminiscent of a mountain peak. But what truly sets the Japanese Mont Blanc Tartelette apart is its attention to detail. The chestnut cream is rich in flavor, striking a perfect balance between sweet and nutty. The texture is heavenly, velvety smooth with a touch of creaminess that melts in your mouth. Sorry, we’re getting carried away! Ok, let’s get down to Mont Blanc Tartelette-business. Your sweet adventure will begin with an icebreaker and a brief explanation of the menu. Once you’ve soaked up this knowledge, it’s time to create your Mont Blanc Tartelette! You’ll stretch out your dough to make the pastry before popping it into the oven to bake. Next, it’s time to test your fine motor skills as you use a piping bag to swirl the chestnut cream onto your perfect, golden tartelette. Once your tartelette is complete, you’ll learn dessert photography skills so you can snap some memories to take home with you. All ingredients used during this class are hand selected by your instructor, and you’ll get to choose between various flavors: matcha (green tea), cocoa, sakura.
Transport to the venue
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
We will meet you at Exit 2 (Iigura side) of KAMIYACHO station (on Tokyo metro Hibiya-line), which is right in the middle of Tokyo. Our little kitchen is only 2 minutes walk from the station. We will let you know exactly where to meet once you have completed your booking.
Duration is 3 hours
Max 3 people in a group
Menu changes are limited to one time only
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(18 - 99)
(10 - 17)
Earliest available date: February 26, 2024
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.