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Traditional Japanese Woodblock Print 'Ukiyo-e' in Asakusa

Traditional Japanese Woodblock Print
Duration:
60 minutes
From:
USD 33.38
Book this 1-hour work shop to experience this unique traditional Japanese art form made of woodblock printing. Woodblock printing was widely adopted in Japan during the Edo period (1603-1868) known as the Japanese traditional art of 'Ukiyo-e' on a single sheet. There are some well-known Woodblock Prints including the famous 'Akafuji' and 'The Great Wave off Kanagawa'. Your English-speaking woodblock print master and the friendly young staff will go through the printing process with you. Come as you are and children are welcome, too! It's completely safe for children as it doesn't uses any dangerous chemicals or fumes. You can bring your print back as your one-of-the-kind souvenir from Japan!

Small Group: 1-Hour Japanese Sweets Cooking Class in Tokyo

Small Group: 1-Hour Japanese Sweets Cooking Class in Tokyo
Duration:
60 minutes
From:
USD 58.63
Enjoy this casual 1-hour cooking class to make Japanese confectionery, also referred as 'wagashi' in Japanese, and Matcha latte for your tea time in central Tokyo. You will learn how to make two wagashi recipes with the help of your experienced cooking instructor: Dorayaki, a popular Japanese snack and dessert, made of honey pancake sandwich with sweet red bean filling (anko); and Sakura Mochi, a type of wagashi made of sweet pink mochi (sweet rice), which is usually eaten on Girl's Day (known as Hinamatsuri) on March 3rd and is typically enjoyed throughout the spring season in Japan. Cooking ingredients, beverage at cooking studio, an apron and handy towel are all included. The class is very small with 1 - 4 people. Don't miss out on this casual, quick and friendly cooking class in convenient location!

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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017