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This traditional wagashi, Japanese sweet making, workshop will feature hishihanabiramochi and misomatsukaze. Hishihanabiramochi is a special New Year’s sweet with a soft outer gyuhi (mochi) skin folded over candied burdock root and miso flavored sweet bean paste. Misomatsukaze is a steamed cake made with wheat flour, various sugars and miso (soy bean paste). After it is steamed it is quickly grilled and then cooled before serving.
newCenter (JCCCNC) Wagashi Workshop on Zoom - December 10, 2022, 11am-1:30pm PST


Southborough MA Recreation Nerikiri Wagashi Workshop, November 10, 2022
Here is the link to the Workshop recording on Youtube.
Nerikiri Recipe

 


Mushimanju Brockton, MA Public Library Webinar
Join us for this fun Online Cooking Workshop, to be delivered by Larry Sokyo Tiscornia and Kimika Soko Takechi senseis (Urasenke Chanoyu Instructors, San Francisco). In this cooking workshop, we will learn how to make: Mushimanju: (Japanese sweet steamed buns). We will make the plain smooth [steamed bun] and show how to change it seasonally to get different effects (burning in a seasonal design, adding salted cherry blossoms, etc.)
Here is the link to the Workshop recording: Mushimanju Workshop Recording


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Urasenke Tanko Magazine Icho Plaza Article (Japanese) May 2013

Past Tea Times Index

World Tea Events & News

In Home Wagashi Workshop

Washington & Lee Tearoom Opening

The Way of Tea, Asian Art Museum S.F.

"The New Way of Tea"  

 Dr. Genshitsu Sen Tea Offerings

Wa Kei Sei Jaku  

 Soko Takechi & Sokyo Tiscornia

Wagashi (Japanese sweets)

S.F. Chronicle Wagashi Article  

 Chabana (flowers for tea)

Ware for Chanoyu Show 1998  

Yukimi (snow viewing tea)

 Student Tea Demonstration

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(site updated November 27, 2022)