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Japanese Summer Wagashi Dessert Class

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In this hands-on workshop, learn how to make Wagashi from scratch, with Tomoko Yagi, a wagashi expert and food consultant for Cha-An Tea House. All students will be given their own work station and tools to create and taste their creations in class, and re-make them with confidence at home.
Wagashi (和菓子 wa-gashi) are traditional Japanese confections that are often served with tea, especially the types made of mochianko(azuki bean paste), and fruits.

Date: Tuesday, July 30th
Time: 6:45pm- 8:45pm
Location: Cha-an Private Space 3rd Fl
Address: 230 E. 9th St. 3rd Fl. New York, NY 10003
Price: $60+tax (includes materials, take-home box, snacks and tea will be served)
Maximum Guest: 8
Teacher: Tomoko Yagi
About Tomoko Yagi:
Tomoko Yagi has been a dedicated student of the Urasenke School of sado, the Japanese art of tea. Her curiosity in wagashi, traditional Japanese sweets, stems from her tea studies, and also from her experience as a certified nutritionist in Japan. Cooking nutritious and appetizing meals for her diabetic father laid the foundation for her future work as a Japanese food consultant for various restaurants such as Sobaya, Cha An teahouse, and TIC Restaurant Group in New York’s East Village. Tomoko also teaches classes on wagashi at the Nippon Club and at Chakura. Her wagashi classes focus on the authenticity and accessibility of both ingredients and methods for the home cook in NYC, so that traditional Japanese sweets can become more ubiquitous and be enjoyed by many.

Class cancellations and delays are occasionally necessary due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances or under-enrollment.
 We appreciate your understanding.

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場所:茶菴プライベートスペース 3階
住所:230 E. 9th St. 3rd Fl. New York, NY 10003
値段:$60+tax (材料費込、お持ち帰りボックス、スナックとお茶付き)
講師:八木 共子