Traditional Japanese Sweets, Wagashi and Mochi Class

Things to do Shinjuku
byfood traditional wagashi class
Photo: Serkan Toso
byfood traditional wagashi class
Photo: Serkan Toso
byfood traditional wagashi class
Photo: Serkan Toso

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You can’t visit Japan without trying some dainty sweets. These tiny, intricately-decorated desserts, called wagashi, are actually traditional delicacies with a long history. Learn how to make these artistic treats in a two-and-a-half hour class where you’ll learn how to make nerikiri wagashi, daifuku mochi and dango mochi from making the dough to cutting out tiny flowers and arranging the mochi. Your instructor will guide you through mixing the stretchy dough properly molding the wagashi. Afterwards, you’ll get to enjoy your treats and even take some home.

*The contact information below refers to the tour company, byFood. After booking, you will receive contact and meeting point information from the guide.



Address: Shinjuku MY Building 3F
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