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Wagashi course is back by popular demand!
Wagashi plays an important part in the Japanese tea ceremony. The focus of the ceremony isn’t really about making tea, but about the aesthetically-pleasing manner in which the Teishu (tea host) prepares it. Moreover, it’s important to make guests feel welcome in accordance with the season. Wagashi not only adds sweetness to the palate to combat the bitterness of the green tea, but is also made to reflect the season, i.e. maple leaf shapes for fall and plum flower designs for spring. In essence, it’s not just a dessert, but an art.
Date & time
22 November, 2018 (Thu) 10:00am - 1:00pm
24 November, 2018 (Sat) 10:00am - 1:00pm
- Nerikiri 煉り切り (5 types / 1 piece each type) (Hands-on)
- one of the main sweets in tea ceremony, which has very smooth texture to dissolve in your mouth quickly.
- Wagashi Base (Demonstration only)
- learn how to make the wagashi base
RM280 > RM200 (Promotion Price)
*Minimum entry requirements: Aged 13 and above
For reservation, please bank in the course fee RM200 (promotion price) to the following bank account and email us your name, contact number and the bank-in-slip. (email to: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Account Name: ILOHA CULTURE CENTRE SDN BHD
Account No.: 514123626773
Come join us for this exciting course by sending an email to email@example.com or calling to 03-22022800 (Wed- Sun: 9am-6pm, Mon/Tue: off)
ILOHA Culture Centre