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If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at making traditional Japanese sweets, this is the perfect class for you.

2.5 hours

Mochi and nerikiri are types of wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets), often made from rice flour. There lots of seasonal variations, and some types of wagashi are closely associated with different festivals and traditions. Wagashi are often served during tea ceremonies to complement matcha green tea.


  • Learn to make wagashi with a certified, English-speaking instructor
  • Small group lesson means you get a personalized experience
  • Take home an English recipe for all your creations, so you can make them again
  • Enjoy your sweets with some freshly brewed matcha
These sweets taste as good as they look. | Photo by Maria Danuco


  • First, the instructor gives a presentation about wagashi and different Japanese traditions
  • Next, you’ll learn how to make three-color dango and two types of strawberry daifuku from mochi
  • Then, you’ll learn how to make two nerikiri — the flower designs change depending on the season
  • Now it’s photo time. The studio has a beautiful photo spot with natural lighting and seasonal decorations, so your creations will look their absolute best
  • Finally, the taste test! Try your wagashi along with a cup of matcha green tea

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