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TOKYO

Amezaiku Candy Sculpting Workshop in Tokyo

Try your hand at amezaiku, the traditional Japanese art of sugar sculpting, during this special workship. At a studio in Asakusa, join your instructor and learn how to make an adorable edible rabbit. But work quickly–the candy hardens as it cools!
from ¥3,650
(13)
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Mochi and Traditional Sweets Making with Tea Ceremony

A delicate craft, learn the art of wagashi and transform a mixture of sweet bean paste and mochi into delightfully artistic sweets! These sweet creations are complemented by the cup of matcha tea that you’ll also learn to whip up.
from ¥14,000
(14)
With recipe
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KYOTO

Traditional Japanese Wagashi Making Class in Kyoto

Japan’s cultural capital is the perfect place to learn to make “wagashi,” the traditional Japanese confections made of sweet bean paste and mochi. Join this workshop with an experienced wagashi teacher and make your own artistic and delicious sweets!
from ¥6,300
(5)
With green tea
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Traditional Sweets (Nerikiri) Making with Tea Ceremony

Spend a delightful afternoon crafting tiny edible works of art! During this wagashi class in Tokyo, you’ll make four Japanese confections with designs that are inspired by the current season. Then, whip up a bowl of matcha to pair with the sweets.
from ¥12,000
(5)
Rain or shine
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TOKYO

Nerikiri-Making and Matcha: the Flowers and Flavors of Japan

Use traditional wagashi molds to form delicate sweets in the form of Japan’s seasonal flowers while you sip hand-made matcha tea.
from ¥8,700
(2)
With matcha
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Cooking Class: Udon & Dorayaki in Shinagawa

Learn how to make delicious udon and dorayaki from scratch in this cooking class that blends tradition, art, craftsmanship, and culture. Eat your meal from exquisite Japanese ceramic dishes, adding to the authentic and captivating experience.
from ¥10,000
Seasonal food
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Nerikiri and Mochi Wagashi Making Class in Bunkyo, Tokyo

A family-like atmosphere makes this lesson more than a way to make sweets – it’s a way to build connections! Make fruit daifuku, colorful dango skewers, and nerikiri confectioneries in a certified wagashi teacher’s home overlooking the Kanda river!
from ¥10,000
(1)
With green tea
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TOKYO

Learn How to Make Mochi & Dango With a Certified Instructor

Want to learn how to make traditional Japanese sweets like mochi and dango? Expand your culinary skills in this private cooking class with the help of a friendly, certified instructor. Enjoy your sweet creation with a view of Tokyo’s Kanda River.
from ¥8,000
(1)
Private Experience
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Ikebukuro Home Cooking Class (Tamagoyaki and Sushi Rolls)

Perfect for families, this cooking class is near Ikebukuro, Tokyo’s pop culture and anime mecca! Learn how to make sushi rolls and tamagoyaki rolled omelet, and enjoy them with a seasonal side, matcha green tea and wagashi sweets.
from ¥14,000
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TOKYO

Ramen & Gyoza Cooking Class in Ikebukuro

Prepare and enjoy two of Japan’s favorite dishes, gyoza dumplings and ramen noodles, in this family-friendly class only a few minutes’ walk from Ikebukuro Station! Learn the methods and recipes to make these classic dishes with a friendly instructor.
from ¥14,000
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TOKYO

Wagashi: Make Nerikiri & Mochi and Enjoy Matcha in Tokyo

Make wagashi sweets with a certified instructor at her home in Tokyo. Learn the cultural significance of mochi, make strawberry daifuku and hanami dango, decorate a delicate nerikiri confectionery, whisk matcha, and enjoy your sweets with tea.
from ¥12,000
(1)
With matcha
Private Experience
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Wagashi: Make Nerikiri & Enjoy Matcha in Tokyo

Make colorful Japanese wagashi at a hands-on confectionary class in Tokyo (Kitaminemachi). Join Satoko, an instructor from the Wagashi Promotion Association of Japan, to make seasonal nerikiri to enjoy with freshly made matcha tea.
from ¥10,000
With recipe
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Make Daifuku & Dango, Enjoy 5 Kinds of Mochi Sweets (Tokyo)

Make colorful Japanese wagashi at a hands-on confectionary class in Tokyo (Kitaminemachi). Join Satoko, an instructor from the Wagashi Promotion Association of Japan, to make seasonal fruti daifuku and sanshoku dango, and try three types of mochi.
from ¥10,000
Rain or shine
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AICHI

Nagoya Sweets Making Class with Tea Ceremony

During this wagashi making class in your instructor’s traditional Japanese home, you’ll stroll through a veggie patch and charming Japanese garden, make Nagoya-style sweets, and enjoy a traditional tea ceremony.
from ¥8,000
(1)
Learn etiquette
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TOKYO

Japanese Wagashi (Nerikiri) & Matcha-Making Class in Tokyo

Become a master confectioner with a wagashi-making workshop in Tokyo! Learn how to make nerikiri (a traditional Japanese confectionery), master the art of matcha tea-making, then enjoy your handmade treats with your classmates and instructor.
from ¥14,000
(2)
With matcha
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OSAKA

Wagashi Making Class in Osaka

Made with simple ingredients (sweetened bean paste and rice flour), these delicate Japanese sweets are vegan. Join this class to learn how to make nerikiri wagashi sweets, which are often accompanied by a cup of matcha tea.
from ¥8,000
(2)
With green tea
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Private Nerikiri Wagashi Class in Tokyo

With the careful guidance of a certified wagashi expert, you can learn how to make nerikiri wagashi, or, as we like to call it, edible art. Shape the dough into a seasonal motif and enjoy with a cup of freshly brewed matcha.
from ¥8,000
(2)
Private Experience
Cooking Classes
YAMAGATA

Hinagashi Traditional Japanese Sweet Making in Tsuruoka

Tsuruoka, recognized as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, has a rich and diverse food culture. Come and learn how to make hinagashi, a Tsuruoka specialty that’s made of sweet bean paste and shaped to look like the area’s local specialties.
from ¥8,000
Regional food
Cooking Classes
HOKKAIDO

Nerikiri Wagashi Sweets Making Class in Sapporo (Hokkaido)

Easy access from Sapporo Station! Learn to make traditional Japanese sweets with Yuki, a professional cooking instructor. Mold and decorate intricate nerikiri wagashi sweets and elevate your trip with this sweet experience in Hokkaido!
from ¥7,200
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Traditional Sweets Making Workshop

Delve into the history of Japanese sweets and learn how to make nerikiri (traditional Japanese sweets) that look like edible art pieces with the help of an English-speaking nationally licensed instructor.
from ¥16,500
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Tea Mocktails Mixology Class and Wagashi Making in Roppongi

Mix colorful and kawaii tea mocktails in this fun workshop with an English-speaking tea expert in Roppongi, Tokyo! You’ll also learn how to make cute wagashi confectioneries to go with your drinks.
from ¥15,000
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TOKYO

Make Hanami Dango, Daifuku and Nerikiri Wagashi in Mitaka

Learn how to make two different types of mochi sweets: fruit daifuku and three-color dango skewers, and mold delicate nerikiri wagashi confectioneries. Then, enjoy your sweet creations in this class with a professional instructor in Mitaka, Tokyo!
from ¥12,000
Rain or shine
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KANAGAWA

Japanese Sweets by the Sea: Wagashi-Making Workshop

Journey to Enoshima Island – a charming coastal town near Tokyo – to learn about and make Japanese sweets alongside a confectionary connoisseur! Cultivate lifelong skills, make unforgettable memories, and satisfy your sweet tooth by the sea.
from ¥5,500
Rain or shine
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Making Cute and Innovative Japanese Sweets with an Expert

Craft edible works of art out of sweetened bean paste and mochiko rice flour during this wagashi class in Tokyo. Taught by a Japanese confectionery expert who has authored books on wagashi, this class takes place in a traditional Japanese garden.
from ¥7,500
With green tea
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Wagashi Sweets Making Class with Owner of 400 Year Old Shop

Experience the traditional art of Japanese confectionery-making with the owner of a 400-year-old shop! During this wagashi class in Kyoto, you'll learn the techniques to create these intricate, delicate confections and create your own masterpieces.
from ¥7,500
With green tea
Cooking Classes
TOKYO

Making Japanese Sweets Together: Team Building Experience

Foster stronger team bonds during this collaborative Japanese confectionery class! Each group will come up with their own innovative wagashi sweets and be judged on creativity and teamwork, then relax with a cup of tea and the finished sweets.
from ¥8,000
With green tea
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I hesitated at first because of the price but I can say that it is totally worth it! I was alone so I got a private workshop. Yuko has excellent English and her explanations were simple and interesting. she was patient, professional and kind. and I learned a lot about Japanese sweets and through them about Japanese culture. In addition, I experienced making delicious matcha. Highly recommend!
Rachel Moldavsky
May 16, 2024
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Nerikiri and Mochi Wagashi Making Class in Bunkyo, Tokyo
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Our class on Japanese sweets was an exceptional journey. The teachers expertly guided us through the history and techniques of making mochi, dango, and nerikiri. Their passion for their craft was evident as they took the time to ensure everyone understood each step, accommodating my non-English speaking mom beautifully. It was much more than just a cooking class; it was a cultural immersion that brought our family together in a very special way. Crafting these sweets was a delight. Each creation was not only delicious but visually stunning. The instructors' dedication to detail and their warm, engaging teaching style made the whole experience enjoyable. We not only learned how to make these sweets but also gained an appreciation for the culture and traditions behind them. This class was an unforgettable experience that I would highly recommend to anyone interested in exploring a unique culinary art and spending a meaningful day with loved ones. It's a perfect blend of education, hands-on fun, and cultural appreciation.
Gabriela Berbece
May 14, 2024
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Mochi and Traditional Sweets Making with Tea Ceremony
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Miyuki and her whole team were absolutely wonderful. We had so much fun making our sweets, and learning about the culture and history surrounding them. Their English skills were exceptional, and their approachability made it incredibly easy to learn and enjoy our experience. If you're looking for a class to attend during your stay, this is it!!! Thanks again for teaching us! We had a blast.
Georgia Wilk
May 08, 2024
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Mochi and Traditional Sweets Making with Tea Ceremony
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Making the Neikiri was definitely a highlight to our amazing trip to Japan. We learned so much, not just in terms of how to make the sweets, but the entire culture and rich history surrounding them & the art of the tea ceremony. Both ladies were so lovely to chat to & so welcoming. Thank you for having us, we look forward to taking another class when we return to Tokyo.
charlene siddall
May 06, 2024
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Traditional Sweets (Nerikiri) Making with Tea Ceremony
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Third time I’ve taken this class and it’s always a fun time!
Megan Gaukroger
May 02, 2024
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Amezaiku Candy Sculpting Workshop in Tokyo
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Wagashi Making Classes

Craving something sweet? Satisfy your sweet tooth with a wagashi making class! Made of ingredients like sweet bean paste and glutinous rice flour, wagashi are 100% vegan, and often gluten-free as well. Edible works of art, Japanese wagashi are shaped into motifs that represent the season. For example, Momiji (maple leaf)-shaped wagashi are popular in the fall in Japan. They’re so beautiful that you may prefer to keep them forever rather than eat them, but wagashi are amazing to enjoy with tea. Wagashi are usually used in tea ceremonies and accompany a foamy bowl of vibrant green matcha. Great for kids, families, and those who love arts and crafts, these wagashi making classes will equip you will the tools and skills you need to make stunning handmade wagashi. Under the attentive guidance of your wagashi making instructor, soon you’ll be confidently shaping and molding these edible works of art!