Monthly Archives: February 2017


      They are “cherry blossom” and bird themed Jo-namagashi. Jo-namagashi refers to the highest quality Japanese sweets used in tea ceremonies. Guests can participate in the step-by-step process of preparing the sweets (from kneading the dough, coloring, forming the shape and designing sweets). It is a private lesson where guest can enjoy detailed personalized instruction.    If you are interested in this post, please check below!!  http://goo.gl/QM2sso  

Spring recipes have arrived for the wagashi making class!


  We welcomed a siblings group from Australia yesterday at our “Wagashi making with Uji matcha tea” workshop. They made jokes on each other but they get along so well. Such a wonderful team! We ended up with lots of laughs and sticky doughs on their hands! They seem to have enjoyed making wagashi especially the peony bud on which they sprinkled dry mochi powder mimicking snow. Since their pieces turned out successful, we hope they will enjoy eating them as well!   If you are interested in this post, please check below! Wagashi Making Class with Uji Matcha Tea […]

Tour Report – Feb. 3rd, 2017