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Making traditional Japanese sweets with wagashi artisan

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Experience hosted by 礼

2.5 hours
Includes tickets
Up to 6 people
Hosted in English, Japanese

What you'll do

1. arrival
First,Let's have a meeting today's menu.
5minits

2.You can make Japanese sweets making. Make traditional Japanese sweets with craftsmen. A total of three types of classic and sweet Japanese sweets are made.
1hour30minits

3.You can drink matcha with Japanese sweets you made
20minits

礼's commitment to safety

This host has committed to Airbnb’s COVID-19-related safety and cleaning guidelines – including adhering to social distancing guidelines, practising good hygiene, and ensuring that all participants wear a mask.
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What's included

  • Tickets
    The finished Japanese confectionery can be served with a drink. You can cho...
From ₹2,753
/ person
No dates available

Meet your host, 礼

Host on Airbnb since 2019
  • Identity verified
I sell gluten-free sweets and teach Japanese sweets in Furano, Hokkaido.

It has been 4 years since I started making Japanese sweets.
There were over 300 customers who made Japanese sweets.

The experience of making Japanese sweets has been loved by the guests who come to Furano on a trip, and also used for training and exchange events at circles and companies in Furano.

The owner has become familiar with traditional Japanese play. It was a childhood where he played with Hyakuninissyu, and was interested in kendo club, calligraphy and flower arrangement in club activities.

I went to a cultural school for dressing and clothing as an adult. I enjoyed sewing and giving jinbei and yukata to my relatives and friends. I learn to the tea ceremony now.

I became familiar with Japanese sweets and Japanese culture as a Japanese. During the Japanese confectionery making experience, we tell you how to make Japanese confectionery with a kimono or yukata.
I sell gluten-free sweets and teach Japanese sweets in Furano, Hokkaido.

It has been 4 years since I started making Japanese sweets.
There were over 300 customers who made Japanese sweets.

The experience of making Japanese sweets has been loved by the guests who come to Furano on a trip, and also used for training and exchange events at circles and companies in Furano.

The owner has become familiar with traditional Japanese play. It was a childhood where he…
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Where you'll be

There is an implementation place near the lavender garden in Nakafurano.
It is a quiet place.
Nearest station JR Nakafurano, JR Lavender Hatake Station (summer only)

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 6 guests of all ages can attend.

More tips

Please let us know in advance if you are allergic to food

What to bring

All the tools for making Japanese sweets are available here. Please come empty-handed