Chef Hikoyuki Yamaguchi Fifth-generation owner of Kuya in Ginza, founded in 1884. Established own French-inspired spin-off product line, "Sora-iro", as an extension of the Kuya brand.
【Class content】 Nerikiri are delicately crafted confectioneries borrowing seasonal motifs. For this term, we will be making nerikiri shaped into two types of flowers symbolizing the shift from spring to summer: fuji (wisteria) and nadeshiko (frilled pink carnation). The course will be an opportunity to learn the traditional techniques of Japanese confectionnery.
【Date】 Saturday May 25 14:00-17:00（Japanese/English）
【Difficulty Level】 Level 1:For those looking to improve their knowledge and advance their skills in Cuisine, Pastry, and Bakery.
《Remarks》 ＊For non-native English/Japanese speakers, we recommend at least basic English/Japanese comprehension skills. ＊Furthermore, there will be no refunds provided in the event of absence and/or late arrival. Please note that class date cannot be changed. For further details, please refer to class terms & conditions. ＊Please be reminded that this class may be cancelled if the number of the participants does not reach the required number.
【Guidelines on the day of your class】 ・Please register at the reception 10 minutes before class. We do not accept registration after class begins. ・Please wear school / kitchen uniform and shoes to attend this class. If you do not have a uniform, please wear appropriate clothing (long selves top and long pants), shoes (closed-toe) for the practical class. The followings are not permitted in the practical kitchen: Skirts, short pants, boots, high heels, sandals and clothing items that are not suitable for practical class. You will not be able to participate in the practical class if you wear any items from the preceding list. ・Things to bring:Materials for note taking, camera (no video and voice recording), a bag for carrying your finished product. We will provide a container for your finished product.