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Location: Room 1201A, 12th Floor, Block B, Hoi Luen Industrial Building, Kwun Tong
About 5 minutes away from APM
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Known as the flower "Wagashi" in Japanese food culture, I will meet you!
🌸Homemade Japanese seasonal wagashi (wagashi) experience class🌸
Wagashi is the embodiment of Japanese traditional culture because it contains unique Japanese culture. The capture of the change of the four seasons is condensed and expressed in small and lovely wagashi, which has been passed down through the long history under the influence of the unique delicacy and sensibility of the Japanese. Simplicity and simplicity are the spirit of Japanese food culture. The difference between Japanese desserts and Western desserts is that there are fewer types of materials, more textures in the production process, and shorter operation time. Even so, they have profound connotations. With the theme of the four seasons of wagashi as the theme, and the favorite wagashi of the people as the main axis, we will hold a feast of wagashi in spring, summer, autumn and winter for everyone! I hope that everyone can enjoy the fun of making wagashi through this course, and at the same time pass on the beauty and excellence of wagashi!
This course has been carefully arranged by the teacher. It is different from the formal desserts at the Japanese tea party. After applying what you have learned, you can easily make it at home! I hope that as the seasons change, everyone can learn history, aesthetics, food, art and other fields from pastries, relax and experience Japanese culture and dessert life with heart.
🔻Take you to experience the Japanese-style wagashi course that is rare in Hong Kong🔻While savoring carefully, you can also appreciate it from an artistic perspective, and enjoy seasonal desserts that blend with the changes of the four seasons with your five senses🔻Whether you are new to baking or want to get in touch You who have different dessert cultures are very suitable for a course to experience!
🔻Exquisite gift box is attached, if necessary, 4 works can be taken away in a food box 🔻Participants do not need to have baking experience or art foundation 🔻The fee includes all classroom tools and materials 🔻It is suitable for people of any age to participate, enjoy handcrafting with children The art process too!
Visit a world-famous Japanese confectionery, where you will be guided through the delicate and refined process of creating wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets). The art of wagashi is said to embody the Japanese spirit, as well as the Japanese cultural value placed on the four seasons. In every Japanese confectionery, you will find colorful varieties of sweets that display a unique sense of refinement and subtlety.
In many western countries, sweets can generally be thought of as a stand-alone food. However, Japanese sweets are meant to be eaten before receiving tea, and appreciated not just for their flavor, but also visually for their exquisite form. In fact, it is said that tea plays the main role, while confections play the supporting role, a metaphor for the relationship between the vassal and his samurai retainers that also reveals the importance of humility in Japanese society.
Wagashi is prepared in order to express each season or the emotions of the sender. For example, during the summer, transparent confections are made to resemble cool water. The variety of confections is so enormous that it is possible to spend an entire year, or even a lifetime, without encountering the same wagashi twice.