Nerikiri Dough Class
If you apply for...
1 person ￥30,000 + VAT 10% / person
2 people ￥17,000 + VAT 10% / person
3 people ￥12,000 + VAT 10% / person
4 people ￥10,000 + VAT 10% / person
Nerikiri is a Japanese confection, commonly served at tea ceremonies. It is made of Shiroan (白餡; white bean paste) and Gyuhi (求肥; mochi). We add colors and create various motifs and shapes such as plants or animals.
In this class, you will learn...
1. How to make nerikiri dough from beans (traditional way) .
2. How to add colors.
3. How to wrap anko (red bean paste) with nerikiri dough.
4. How to use nerikiri tools.
5. How to make 1 design (2 pieces) using basic techniques.
To learn more designs and techniques, please attend "Nerikiri & Matcha class".
Making Nerikiri dough from scratch usually takes long time. In this class, I will demonstrate to you the main steps of making Nerikiri dough - including soaking the beans, removing the bean skin, etc. I will show you step by step using the prepared soaked beans etc., but explain and show you how it is actually prepared.
I recommend you to trim your nails for this class as making Nerikiri with long nails can be difficult.