和菓子サロン 一祥

Japanese Sweets Salon Issho

Private Lessons: Learn Sweet Making in Kyoto

Private Lessons

If you can’t make it to any of the regular classes, or if you would like to learn to make a sweet that’s not on the schedule, why not book a private lesson? You can take a fun lesson only with your family or friends.

 

Options

A: Chrysanthemum (Time required: 1 hour) 

Lesson fee:JPY14,000 for 1 person; JPY14,500 for 2 people; for 3 or more participants, JPY6300 per person 

Maximum capacity: 8 people

In case there are less than 8 participants, the lesson may be given together with other participants.

 

B: Two kinds of wagashi of your choice (Time required: about 1.5 hour)

Lesson fee:JPY20,000 for 1 person; JPY22,000 for 2 people; for 3 or more participants, JPY7,500 per person

Maximum capacity: 6 people

 

C: Three kinds of wagashi (Time required: about 2 hours)

Lesson fee:JPY26,000 for 1 person; JPY27,000 for 2 people; for 3 or more participants, JPY10,000 per person 

Maximum capacity: 6 people

 

Participants can also choose to make any of the sweets featured below:

1.Chrysanthemum

ingredients: sugar, sticky rice flour, bean paste,natural food coloring(dextrin)

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2.Hydrangea

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3.Clematis florida

ingredients: sugar, sticky rice flour, kudzu-starch, bean paste, natural food coloring(dextrin)

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4.Cherry blossom

ingredients: sugar, sticky rice flour, bean paste, cherry leaf, natural food coloring(dextrin)

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5.Ichigo daifuku (Strawberry rice cake)

Depends on the season. Approximately from December to June.

ingredients: sugar, sticky rice flour, bean paste, strawberry

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6. Macha Daifuku

ingredients: sugar, sticky rice flour, bean paste, Macha

7. Warabi-mochi

ingredients: sugar, some types of starch

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Please contact us if there are any ingredients such as food coloring, syrup, etc. that cannot be used.

 

The sweets in the list above keep for only one day. Participants will get to make two of each sweet they choose. They can sample some of their sweets in class – together with a cup of tea from award-winning tea merchant Rishouen – and take the rest home with them. Recipes in English will also be provided.

 

Booking:

To find out more or to book a lesson, please e-mail wagashi.issho@gmail.com

Do include in your e-mail your full name, the number of participants, and the date and time you would like to have a class. Please also choose a class type from Options A to C and the type(s) of sweets that you would like to make. If you do not receive a reply within three business days, please contact us again.

Payment :

In order to keep your reservation, please make the online payment by the following method. We'll send you an email about online payment Square (https://squareup.com/us/en?country_redirection=true) after reservation.
We only accept payment in Japanese yen. You can use a major credit card.
After confirmation of payment, we will notify you of the status of your reservation.

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 lesson fee. Cancellations up to 4 days prior to the lesson will be refunded minus a deposit of 1000 yen.

Location:

Wagashi Issho is conveniently located in central Kyoto, about 10 minutes by foot from the Shijo subway station (Karasuma Line).

Address: 143 Honeyacho; 2F G&G Building; Nakagyo-ku; Kyoto 604-8064

map: WAGASHI ISSHO

 

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