Spring Nerikiri Lesson with Matcha Green Tea

◇  Learn how to make two kinds of Nerikiri from scratch. One for Sakura design and two for Japanese bush warbler design. Both designs represent significant features of Spring in Japan.

◇  Choose your favorite tea bowl and make your own Matcha green tea by using a bamboo whisk. 

Matcha green tea goes well with Nerikiri!!

◇  This class for beginners who would like to make the delicious and kawaii seasonal Nerikiri.

■ Date: 

March 23rd (Thur.) 14:30-17:00 

April 8th (Sat.) 15:00-17:30

April 8th (Sat.) 18:30-21:00

■ Venue: A share space near by the Sensoji Temple, Asakusa

- 4min. on foot from Tawaramachi Station, 田原町駅 (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)

- 6min. on foot from Asakusa Station, 浅草駅 (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Toei Asakusa Line, Tobu Skytree Line, etc )

※ I will send you an address when your reservation is confirmed.

■ Participation Cost: 

-- March 23rd (Thur.) 14:30-17:00 ¥2,000 

※【Discounted Price】¥500 off for the first monthly event

-- April 8th (Sat.) 15:00-17:30 

-- April 8th (Sat.) 18:30-21:00

■ Participants : Max. 6

Class will be held in Japanese and/or English according to the language participants speak.

What to bring: an apron and a towel

If you are visitors and does not have these items with you, please let us know.

〔 Time Table 〕

1)Lesson Start!! 

- self-introduction of each other

-brief introduction of the origin of the name "Nerikiri" and the story behind the monthly motifs

2)Make Nerikiri dough from scratch

Nerikiri recipe is modified as simple as possible so that you can make easily at home using simple ingredients (white red bean paste, mochi powder, and sugar) and microwave

※ You will cooperate with other participants in making Nerikiri dough.

3) Color the Nerikiri dough 

beets for pink color, gardenia for yellow color, green tea powder for green color

4)Shape the Nerikiri dough

Wrap the bean paste ball with Nerikiri dough. Shape the dough into designs by using cotton clothes and triangular sticks. 

※ You will make three Nerikiri (two kinds). Two kinds of sweet bean past; sweet red bean paste and white bean paste with sakura flavor.

5)Taste Nerikiri with Matcha green tea

Make a tea using a bamboo whisk and taste with a Nerikiri you made.

6)Clean up

Please help us cleaning up while having a friendly chat with other participants.

Thank you for sharing a time with us!!

After the class, please enjoy the sightseeing around Asakusa. We are willing to tell you our favorite place to visit, eat and shop in Asakusa.

Please feel free to ask us any question you have ; )

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