Tour Report – Mar. 19th, 2016


We welcomed very wonderful guests who came from Canada in our tour “Enjoy Wagashi Making with Uji Matcha Tea!” .

They tried making three kinds of Japanese sweets.
– Sakura nerikiri (cherry blossom)
– Warabi nerikiri (edible green plant called bracken
– Sakura petals nerikiri (cherry petals)

They also were invited to enjoy a Wagashi with Uji Matcha tea prepared in a traditional style.

 

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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.