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Traditional Japanese sweets & Matcha tea

9 Ratings
  • 3 hr

Itinerary Details

Traditional Japanese sweets & Matcha tea

Konnichiwa! I’m Nariko and I offer hands-on Japanese cooking classes out of Nariko’s Kitchen, a cooking studio centrally located in Tokyo. I was a child who always liked to help my mother in the kitchen. I gained more interest on cooking when I lived abroad and had a chance to do cooking sessions as part of my job. Until recently, I’ve been teaching Japanese cooking in Malaysia as a cooking instructor and conducted classes for individuals and companies, and also gave cooking demonstration at cultural events. Come join me and try a hands-on cooking class offered in a Japanese home!

In this class, you will learn how to make Traditional Japanese sweets which is called "Nerikiri" and "Matcha tea".

Nerikiri (5 designs).
This Japanese confection is served at a tea ceremony. It is made of white beans and shaped beautifully. You will make 5 designs of nerikiri learning how to add colors and how to shape it with nerikiri tools.

Note : The Nerikiri dough and Anko (red bean paste) will be prepared by the instructor before the class but I will give you the recipe of the dough and explain in the class.

Matcha is a finely ground green tea powder made from the young and nutrient rich leaves of green tea plant. You have probably tasted matcha latte or matcha ice cream before but in this class, we will make pure matcha tea. No sugar, no milk. The matcha tea will accompany the delicious nerikiri we made.

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Traditional Japanese sweets & Matcha tea
5 kinds of Nerikiri (Traditional Japanese sweets)
Matcha tea