Spring break is finally over and the kids have returned to school. The new school year begins in April in Japan and not September. You would see the families attending the entrance ceremonies taking photos under a blooming cherry tree every year, but not this year as the cherry trees bloomed early this year and there are no more flowers left on the tree! But we did enjoy beautiful weather this year and the people who came to my class in the last week of March enjoyed the beautiful sakura in full bloom along the Meguro River which runs in front of our apartment.
The sakura season had been a busy period for me doing 13 classes in 2 weeks. It was great to meet so many people at my home. It's back to normal this week and I am taking it easy. I will be updating this blog to tell more about the classes we've done.
Time Out Magazine Tokyo Spring Issue is out now and they are doing a Cute Tokyo article. My wagashi class is featured in one of the pages, so if you happen to pick up a copy, please check it out!
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I'm Miyuki and I teach Japanese Home cooking at my home in Tokyo.