The main motif of fall/winter in Wagashi (Japanese sweets) Making Class is “Chrysanthemum”, the symbol of Japan.


Chrysanthemum represents the royal family in Japan. It is used as the design on the buttons for the members of parliament as well as on the cover of Japanese passports.

It is considered as a noble flower and used at special events.

Wagashi that resemble the seasonal flowers are often served at tea ceremony.
This season, it is the chrysanthemum.

Such fine techniques of making Wagashi have developed in parallel with the tea ceremony.

 

Mat-Cha-Doh offers classes in small sizes where you will have fun learning the techniques of Wagashi Making.

 Please refer to our tour report:  https://goo.gl/c563RU
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Please refer to our tour report: https://goo.gl/c563RU
Detail on our plan: https://goo.gl/9sqDmv


About Mat-Cha-Doh

We at Mat-Cha-Doh provide Japanese cultural experiences in Tokyo centered around Cha-do, the way of tea, said to be the epitome of Japanese culture. We focus on Matcha (ground green tea), the main item of Cha-do, and its amazing powers. We offer information on a Matcha-energized healthy life through our blogs, online shop, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.