Small-Group Traditional Japanese Snack Cooking Class in Asakusa (with a Guide)

3-minute walk from Sensō-ji Temple! Try your hand at making traditional Japanese sweets out of rice in the heart of Asakusa! This is an experience that allows you to learn and enjoy Japanese food culture.

Highlights:
Very close to Sensō-ji Temple! You can enjoy sightseeing in Asakusa before and after the experience.
An experience that children and adults can enjoy together!
Discover and experience hardcore Japanese food culture that only locals know.
Learn about Japanese rice culture and the various ways to enjoy rice.
At the end, you will be given a kit and a recipe so you can make thunder rice crackers at home.
* Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
* Starts: Taito City, Japan
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Cooking Classes




3-minute walk from Sensō-ji Temple! Try your hand at making traditional Japanese sweets out of rice in the heart of Asakusa! This is an experience that allows you to learn and enjoy Japanese food culture.

Highlights:
Very close to Sensō-ji Temple! You can enjoy sightseeing in Asakusa before and after the experience.
An experience that children and adults can enjoy together!
Discover and experience hardcore Japanese food culture that only locals know.
Learn about Japanese rice culture and the various ways to enjoy rice.
At the end, you will be given a kit and a recipe so you can make thunder rice crackers at home.

“Washoku” (traditional Japanese cuisine) was selected as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2013 and continues to attract global attention. Experience a food culture that is not yet well known overseas.
Thunder rice cracker is a traditional confectionery loved by locals in Asakusa for over 200 years. Get a deeper understanding of the Japanese culture through the experience of making traditional sweets unique to Asakusa.
(Ingredients of rice crackers: rice, wheat flour, glucose, peanuts/almonds, sugar, salt, butter/margarine)

Stop At:

• Kaminari 5656 Kaikan, 3-6-1, Asakusa, Taito 111-0032 Tokyo Prefecture

Sample Menu

• Japanese Traditional Snack – Japanese sweets out of rice