和菓子サロン 一祥

Japanese Sweets Salon Issho

Wagashi class in English: Sweets for autumn

Hold autumn in your hands: learn to shape chrysanthemums – a symbol of fall
in Japan – from nerikiri dough at the Ohana (flower) class at Wagashi Issho next
month.

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Wagashi: Kiku (Chrysanthemum)
Lesson date: October 20 (Sunday)

Time: 2pm – 4pm
Fee: JPY 4,500 per person
Address: Unit 203, G&G Building, 143 Honeyacho, Nakagyo ward, Kyoto, Kyoto
Prefecture 604-8164
What to bring: Students should bring an apron, a hand towel and a wide-
bottomed bag to take home the sweets they make.
Cancellation policy: Applicants who withdraw on the day of their class or the
day before will be charged the lesson fee in full. Cancellations made two or
three days before the class will incur a charge equivalent to half of the fee.
There is no charge for cancellations made up to four days before the lesson.
Booking: To find out more or to book a spot in the class, go to
https://isshoapps.appspot.com/reserve or e-mail wagashi.issho@gmail.com
with your full name and phone number.

Wagashi class in English

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Morning glories are thought of as summer flowers but they continue blooming in Japan until November.

 

At the Ohana (flower) class at Wagashi Issho in September, find out how to make morning glory sweets out of habutae mochi – a marshmallow-soft confection that melts away in your mouth like summer vanishing.

Wagashi: Asagao (Morning glory)

Lesson date: September 29 (Sunday)

Time: 2pm – 4pm

Fee: JPY 4,500 per person

Address: Unit 203, G&G Building, 143 Honeyacho, Nakagyo ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 604-8164

What to bring: Students should bring an apron, a hand towel and a wide-bottomed bag to take home the sweets they make.

Cancellation policy: Applicants who withdraw on the day of their class or the day before will be charged the lesson fee in full. Cancellations made two or three days before the class will incur a charge equivalent to half of the fee. There is no charge for cancellations made up to four days before the lesson.

Booking: To find out more or to book a spot in the class, go to https://isshoapps.appspot.com/reserve or e-mail wagashi.issho@gmail.com with your full name and phone number.

Wagashi class in English: Sweets for summer

Few people can say no to the adorable sweets known as waka ayu – soft pancakes wrapped around a chewy mochi filling and made to look like fish.

We can’t resist them either so we’ll be taking a break from flower shapes at our monthly Ohana (flower) class to make waka ayu, a treat associated with summer. This class is highly recommended for beginners or anyone who likes pancakes. And, let’s face it, who doesn’t?

 

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Wagashi: Waka ayu (Young sweetfish)

Lesson date: July 21 (Sunday)

Time: 2pm – 4pm

Fee: JPY 4,500 per class

Address: Unit 203, G&G Building, 143 Honeyacho, Nakagyo ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 604-8164

What to bring: Students should bring an apron, a hand towel and a wide-bottomed bag to take home the sweets they make.

Cancellation policy: Applicants who withdraw on the day of their class or the day before will be charged the lesson fee in full. Cancellations made two or three days before the class will incur a charge equivalent to half of the fee. There is no charge for cancellations made up to four days before the lesson.

Booking: To find out more or to book a spot in the class, go to https://isshoapps.appspot.com/reserve or e-mail wagashi.issho@gmail.com with your full name and phone number.

 

 

体験が楽しい!京都本

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和菓子サロン一祥、和菓子体験で掲載して頂きました!


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かわいい若鮎レッスンです。

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レシピ協力をさせて頂いた、UCHU wagashiさんの「宝石の菓子」も発見!!
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Wagashi class in English: Sweets for summer

Summer flowers continue to bloom at Wagashi Issho.

Students will learn to make a sweet that looks like a tessen, a species of clematis, at the June Ohana (flower) class. Made by folding soft uiro dough into petals, this sweet is one of the most popular choices among tourists signing up for private lessons.

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Wagashi: Tessen (Clematis florida)

Lesson date: June 30 (Sunday)

Time: 2pm – 4pm

Fee: JPY 4,500 per class

Address: Unit 203, G&G Building, 143 Honeyacho, Nakagyo ward, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture 604-8164

What to bring: Students should bring an apron, a hand towel and a wide-bottomed bag to take home the sweets they make.

Cancellation policy: Applicants who withdraw on the day of their class or the day before will be charged the lesson fee in full. Cancellations made two or three days before the class will incur a charge equivalent to half of the fee. There is no charge for cancellations made up to four days before the lesson.

Booking: To find out more or to book a spot in the class, go to https://isshoapps.appspot.com/reserve or e-mail wagashi.issho@gmail.com with your full name and phone number.

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