Spend time making and enjoying something new together with this parent and child Japanese afternoon tea session.
You’ll make the savoury part yourself which will be 2 or 3 sushi types, including small ‘temari’ sushi balls, once popular in Kyoto because their small size made them an elegant food for geisha to eat.
After this you’ll learn how to present your sushi beautifully so that you can enjoy it with your Japanese afternoon tea. There’ll be a selection of home-made matcha truffles, yuzu or sweet red bean paste dorayaki, cherry blossom cake and many others! This will all be enjoyed with your favourite Japanese tea (including matcha, ‘popcorn tea’, hoji cha, cherry blossom, sencha or jasmine).
Please inform Alice of any dietary needs you may have