Learn How To Make Wagashi (Japanese Traditional Dessert Art)
About The Workshop
Hi Learners! Let us introduce our educator Shirley Wong, born to Japanese mother and Singaporean father better known by her online avatar Little Miss Bento, Is currently the top bento artist, food stylist and blogger in Singapore. She has won many awards for her food art creations and has been featured in numerous media platforms and publications.
Having amassed a huge following online, she has also worked with big brands like Disney Sanrio to feature their characters in her creations.
Shirley also certified under the Japan Sushi Instructor Association in Tokyo, she is often invited to conduct bento and baking classes and workshops in overseas to share her skills. She has since taught at Singapore, Thailand, China, Japan, Hongkong, Malaysia and Philippine.
She is the author of Kawaii Bento, Kawai Deco Sushi, Kawaii Sweet Treats, Kawaii Breads. All of which are bestseller.
Come and Join us to learn with her.
DONT’S MISS OUT THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Wagashi, Traditional Japanese sweats that evolved into an art and typically enjoyed in combination with a cup of tea.
Wagashi are high In fibre because most of the natural ingredients and taste are overall more subtle and less sweet than most western dessert.
Its consider as EDIBLE JAPANESE ART, reavealing the freshness and uniqueness of each confection.
SUITABLE FOR BEGINNER
NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED
What will you learn?
Make nerikiri wagashi from scratch
Know the step of making 3 types of filling (Read Bean, Sugar Sesame & Black Bean)
Make 6 different types NERIKIRI decoration
- Cherry Blossom
- Stone & Bee
- Clover & Ladybug
- Winne the pooh
- Pink flower
- Color mixing technique
-Various technique and tips for the final touch
What is the price inclusive of?
- Participation Certificate
- Recipe & Instructions
- Class’s Ingredients
- Bring home your own creation
What do you need to bring?