Made with simple ingredients (sweet white bean paste and glutinous rice flour), wagashi can be enjoyed by vegans, vegetarians, and Muslims alike! And don’t be fooled by the name “glutinous rice flour” because this Osaka wagashi class is actually gluten-free!
A delicious and aesthetically-pleasing plant-based treat, wagashi are very traditional Japanese sweets that pair best with a cup of tea, and often accompany the Japanese tea ceremony. This Osaka Wagashi Making Class includes making matcha tea, a simple method which is easy to do at home with the right tools. Learning to make wagashi is a beautiful way to connect to Japanese culture and create something that is steeped in centuries of history and traditions. Often, wagashi reflect the current season with motifs such as cherry blossoms and maple leaves. It’s almost too beautiful to eat, and as an added bonus it’s naturally vegetarian, vegan, and Halal!
2 hour Osaka Wagashi Making Class with a wagashi instructor
Learn Japanese wagashi making techniques and tips
Make 2 types of beautiful Japanese wagashi, traditional sweets
To go along with your wagashi, you’ll make a cup of Japanese matcha tea
Multilingual teaching materials (Japanese, English, Chinese)
All ingredients and tools to make wagashi
Japanese matcha green tea
2 wagashi (Japanese sweets)
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
The cooking class is located just a 7-minute walk from Namba Station. The address will be given after booking.
Ingredient Information: Wagashi (Japanese sweets) are made from plant ingredients such as beans, rice flour, sugar.
Wagashi are safe for vegetarians, vegans, and Muslims alike!
If you would like a Chinese-speaking tour guide, please write this in the additional notes section of the payment page.