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Sakura

3-38-9 Sendagi | Rm 307, Bunkyo 113-0022, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 80-5409-4120
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Own made beautiful Japanese sweets!

If you're interested in Matcha (green tea) or Wagashi (Japanese sweets), this is an ideal place for... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2016
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5 Oct 2016
“Own made beautiful Japanese sweets!”
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This is the class you can enjoy making the Japanese traditional confectionary "Wagashi" and "Matcha" green tea together. You can make 2 pieces of beautiful "Nerikiri" wagashi. After making wagashi, we show you the easy way of making "Matcha"green...more
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3-38-9 Sendagi | Rm 307, Bunkyo 113-0022, Tokyo Prefecture
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+81 80-5409-4120
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Reviewed 6 October 2016

If you're interested in Matcha (green tea) or Wagashi (Japanese sweets), this is an ideal place for bigginers or foreigners to have an experiment. In the lesson, you'll make Japanese sweets all by yourself, taste them afterward with green tea. The instructor shows the simple...More

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ratna1879
10 February 2017|
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Response from Momoko2017 | Property representative |
Thank you for your contact. There are two days you can join the class during your trip. March 12th(10:00-11:30) and 15th(10:00-11:30/13:00-14:30/15:30-17:00) are available. Please see the class website and read the page... More
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