Dried sweets & Half-baked sweets Certified Instructor course ™ (Higashi & Han-namagashi Certified Instructor Course (干菓子＆半生菓子認定講師講座） (Currently Japanese Textbook only, English Textbook will be ready soon!) • Course duration: 6 lessons (8 hours) • Lesson fee: 52,800 yen • Ingredients, Tools and textbooks: 32,780 yen • Certification Fee 22,000 yen (Certificate, Gift recipe x 3) • Annual membership fee: 3,300 yen For Online Class, you will need to make your own white bean paste, Kit fee will be adjusted accordingly. Shipping Charges will be added. You also have the option to purchase extra materials as they are not available outside Japan.
!! Notice 5% will be added to the total amount to cover transaction fees for In person classes 10% will be added to the total amount to cover packaging, transaction and invoice documentation for online classes
"Wagashi" is a traditional Japanese culture with a history of over 1000 years. It is a sweet that Japan is proud of, which has been inherited by the delicacy and sensibility peculiar to Japanese people, expressing the transition of the four seasons with small sweets.
Among the various kinds of Japanese sweets, In this course will focus on dried sweets（Higashi/干菓子）- 2 kinds of Unpei（雲平）, Rakugan（落雁）, egg rice crackers（たまご煎餅）and half-baked sweets（Han-namagashi/半生菓子）- Ishigoromo（石衣）, Suhama（すはま）) that have a low water content and last a long time.
By attending this course, you can acquire the skills as an instructor . It is a curriculum that allows you to learn this art in a minimum of 1 day (8 hours). It is a very intense course that includes 17 kinds of sweets and 40 kinds of techniques so that you can learn in 8 hours.
And while valuing traditional culture, it will be a course where you can learn modern designs with high artistic quality original to JSA. There are still few instructors who offer Japanese sweets classes specializing in dried sweets and half-baked sweets, so you can differentiate yourself from other classes.
The supervisor is Mr. Takayuki Naito, a long-established Japanese confectionery shop founded in Ashiya in 1918, "Okashiji Kuchiya Toyomitsu".
The long-lasting dried sweets and half-baked sweets are usually served during the Japanese Tea Ceremony to be served with Matcha but it will definitely be a perfect gift to your friends and family!
In the course, you can put your work in a wooden box and take it home. If you pack colorful and beautiful dried sweets and half-baked sweets in a box, it will look like a jewelry box.
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