Learning the Heart of Japan~ Let's make "Decorative Japanese Sweets" with a Traditional Japanese Artisan!

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Hiromori Uchida, the fifth generation head of Ganyudo, is a Japanese confectionery artisan active in Japan and internationally in Singapore, Thailand, and other countries. This time, under his guidance, we will make decorative confections. If you are careful about preserving them, you can display them for about two months, and they look just like Jounama-Gashi, traditional Japanese sweets. Jounama-Gashi is an art form that expresses one's sensibility in a world of only a few centimeters. It is an exceptional opportunity for you to make Jounama-Gashi with top-class artisans. Let's make your Jounama-Gashi with your hands, using professional tools with experiencing craftsmanship.
Kashi no Kirokucho
Date and time
① August 7 (Sun), 11:00-12:30
② August 7 (Sun), 13:00-14:30
③ August 7 (Sun), 15:00-16:30
Special venue at Roppongi Hills Mori Tower West Walk (south side)
Facility: Roppongi Hills
Area: West Walk 2F, South Atrium
*Click here for directions to the special venue
Entry fee
¥2,000 (tax included)
Maximum number of participants
① 14 participants
② 14 participants
③ 16 participants
Recommended age group
① 5 years old through elementary school grade 2
② 5 years old through elementary school grade 2
③ Elementary school grades 3–6
Parent/guardian accompaniment
Not required
* To prevent the potential spread of disease, only one parent/guardian can enter the workshop venue.
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Things to prepare
The items that participants need to prepare for attending this workshop are as follows.
Please have these things ready and on hand when you come to the event. 

・ Children’s aprons
・ Washcloth
・ The main ingredients are azuki beans, sugar, and syrup. The sugar content is made as high as possible to make it suitable for long-term storage. It is for decorative purposes only and is not edible. 
・ Please be careful that small children and pets do not accidentally eat it.
Art, Life

COVID-19 preventative measures
The workshop will be held with consideration for the health and safety of children, by taking measures against the spread of COVID-19.
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Please review the “Points of Note” before you apply.
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1st recruitment period
August 2nd (Tuesday) 10:00 ~ August 4th (Thursday) 24:00

2nd recruitment period
August 10th (Wednesday) 10:00 ~ August 11th (Thursday) 24:00

3rd recruitment period
August 17th (Wednesday) 10:00 ~ August 18th (Thursday) 24:00