和菓子サロン 一祥

Japanese Sweets Salon Issho

その他クラスについて

◯プライベートレッスン

遠方の方、多くを短期間で学びたい方、親子友人同士で気軽に参加したい方に向けてプライベートレッスンを承っています。

4名様以上

その月の和菓子で日程相談。金額もその月のレッスンと同額。

3名様以下

人数、内容により日程と金額相談。

 

お気軽にお問い合わせください。

wagashi.issho@gmail.com

 

◯書と和菓子クラス一六

一六とは”和菓子サロン一祥”×”書家 六角蓮”のイベント名です。様々な暮らしの書を和菓子に添えて、おもたせ菓子に仕上げます。イベント等の出張開催を行っています。

 内容

1人4個作ります。

季節や行事、暮らしの書をお手本に、のしやお手紙、ご自身のお名前など練習します。最後に清書をした書、水引などを使いラッピング。

作ったお菓子一つ、美味しいお茶とともに試食。残りはおもたせ菓子にしてお持ち帰り。

持ち物

エプロン、タオル、お持帰り用手提げ袋、あれば細筆

書家 六角蓮のプロフィール

5歳より続けている書。2005年より六角蓮として店舗看板、ロゴデザイン、書画作品を制作する。2006年暮らしの書道教室を始め、現在5ヶ所で開催中。

出張依頼について

一六はイベント、カフェ、個人宅などの出張ワークショップを承っております。

過去開催場所:京都スコップ・アンド・ホー、京都コテージ恵文社、東京吉祥寺、三重jikonka、岐阜ohana、芦屋Abundante, 芦屋開雄

連絡先

和菓子サロン一祥 wagashi.issho@gmail.com

Beans in winter

Warm yourself up this winter with red bean soup made from scratch.

In the January class at Wagashi Issho, participants will start the year at the beginning: by learning to make the red and white bean pastes used to fill many traditional Japanese sweets.

The lesson will also feature zenzai – a red bean soup dessert that may just help you to get through winter and safely to spring.

 

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Lesson date: January 20 (Sunday)

Time: 2pm – 4pm

Fee: JPY 5,000 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 and a hand towel.

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: More sweets for winter

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The days grow ever shorter but soon tsubaki will bloom all around, bringing colour to even the darkest days of winter. At December’s Ohana (flower) class at Wagashi Issho, learn to make adorable camellia sweets from domyoji flour.

 

Wagashi: Tsubaki (Camellia japonica)

Lesson date: December 9 (Sunday)

Time: 10am – 12pm

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.

 

Wagashi class in English: Sweets for winter

Rittou – the first day of winter, according to the old calendar – falls on November 7 this year. So this month’s Ohana (flower) class at Wagashi Issho will show you how to make winter flowers out of kinton dough.

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Wagashi: Suisen (Narcissus tazetta)

Lesson date: November 4 (Sunday)

Time: 10am – 12pm

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.

 

 

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 this October.

 

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Wagashi: Kiku (Chrysanthemum)

Lesson date: October 7 (Sunday)

Time: 10am – 12pm

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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