Why not enjoy the authentic traditional Japanese sweets “Ohagi” with Matcha in cozy private house?

  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Price:6,000 yen
  • Guest Requirements:Minimum age:3 years old
    ※ Children aged 12 or under must participate with their parent or legal guardian.

Your experience place is the old private house in cozy residence area.
You can enjoy traditional and authentic Japanese housing and living.

You’ll learn how to make Japanese traditional sweets “Ohagi” and Matcha.

Ohagi is Japanese sweet, which is a rice cake covered with bean paste.
We have a lot of variations of Ohagi such as the one which sweet beans inside of rice cake covered with sesame, the other which sweet beans inside of rice cake covered with roasted soybean flour and so on.

Any animal foods such as egg, milk and meat are not used for this sweets.
Also no flour.
Everybody can enjoy Ohagi together.
In the past, when the season changes, during celebration times etc., Japanese mother always made Ohagi at home.
I can say Ohagi is one of mother handmade sweets.

Matcha is known across western countries and this is getting world wide popular.
I use organic Matcha in this workshop.

I’ll teach you not only how to prepare Matcha but also how to enjoy it.

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  • 所要時間:2時間
  • 費用:6,000円
  • ゲスト要件:3才以上。12歳以下のお子さんが参加される場合は保護者の同伴が必要です。





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I love eating,especially authentic food. As I get older, I can not eat much. I decided to take a meal that I would not regret as much as possible when I thought how many times I could eat meal in the rest of my life. It's true that awesome foods make many people smile. I like to see their smile,and also I wish I could share the joy with as many people as possible, I started the cooking workshop using the good quality ingredients for local people in 2010. In addition to just introducing good quality foods, I'm aiming at connecting Japanese traditional food culture to the next generation and communicating the goodness and taste of handmade going.