What you'll do
We’ll visit a historical and well-known shrine in the downtown atmospheric Nezu area. Then we’ll go to my friend's Wagashi—Japanese sweets—café in Sendagi, where we’ll make two types of traditional Japanese sweets. One is Higashi, a dry sweet, with Wasanbon sugar and the other is Namagashi, a moist sweet with bean paste, using hand-crafted wooden molds. The molds were created by a craftsman granted Ojuhosho—a medal for industriousness—by the Emperor. After making sweets, enjoy a Japanese rice ball lunch called onigiri and tasty Wagashi served with sake, or green tea if you prefer.
Onigiri lunch. Wagashi (Japanese sweets) Lunch will include two onigiri of your choice and soup. Vegetarian options available…
Sake or green tea The café serves sake paired with a sweet of your choice. Sake is only available to guests 20 years of age…
Where you'll be
We’ll be in a downtown area in Tokyo. We’ll meet at Nezu Station and check out the old Nezu shrine. Afterwards, we’ll walk for 10-15 minutes to the Sendagi area.
Keep these in mind
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Up to 6 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
This activity is not for people with food allergies. If you are under 20 you cannot drink sake because of Japanese law. Lunch, sweets, and one drink are included.
Sweets Making and Onigiri Lunch
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