(Japanese Tea Ceremony)
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Japanese Tea Ceremony Classes
Workshop - Sat., December 9, 2023 11am-1pm PST
Japanese sweet making workshop will feature two kinds of formal wagashi sweets used during the Japanese tea ceremony. They are both vegan and gluten free and pair well with matcha, steeped tea and coffee.
is a steamed sweet made with
(mountain yam), rice flour and sugar covering a center of sweet red bean paste.
and sweet white bean paste. It is pushed through a strainer and the long treads are gathered to form a beautiful winter style sweet. Easy to follow recipes will be provided. Workshop fee $30 / $25 for Center members.
(Note - The workshop video recording will be provided to all registrants after the workshop.)
Register at the Center -
Workshop - Sat., December 9, 2023
The 9th Ocha Zanmai:
2023 International Conference on Chanoyu and Tea Culture
Theme: Chanoyu and Tea Culture from Multiple Perspectives"
Available until Dec. 31, 2023
Click here for more information and to register.
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