Head to your ‘Wagashi’ class location in the Shibuya neighborhood, picking between a range of morning and afternoon start times that fit your schedule.
You’ll spend most of your class learning the techniques used to prepare these tasty Japanese treats. The class will also help give participants a sense of the wide variety of seasonal differences in ‘Wagashi,’ which incorporate different ingredients, colors, and consistencies depending on the time of year.
Before your class finishes you’ll get to enjoy your ‘Wagashi’ along with ‘Matcha,’ the traditional Japanese style of powdered green tea. Among the many varieties of ‘Wagashi’ you might experience are the ‘Anmitsu’ (gelatin cubes with sweet bean paste and fruit) of summer, or the ‘Kuri Zenzai’ (sweet made from soft beans and chestnuts) from the autumn, plus many more.
A full list of potential ‘Wagashi’ by month is outlined below.