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Meetup details changed: 干菓子作り実習講習会 (Japanese Candy Making Workshop)

Sally
user 4742768
Group Organizer
Los Angeles, CA
I've updated this Meetup. For more details, see the full listing:
http://www.meetup.com/ThingsJapanese/events/76598682/­

When: Saturday, August 25, 2012 10:00 AM

Where: Nichiren Shu Buddhist Temple
2801 East 4th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90033

 

I'm attending the Saturday morning class, but there are still some seats available on Saturday afternoon class (and a few more on Sunday).  If you'd like to attend, please let me know ASAP so that I can let them know the head count.  I can pay them directly if you send me the payment by Paypal.

 



 

 

Dear members,

 

This is a special event that our member DC Palter and his wife notified me and I'm very excited! Thank you very much, DC Palter and Satsuki-san!!!

 

"Japanese traditional candies called “higashi” have a long tradition as an integral part of tea ceremony.  The colorful candies are made by hand of superfine wasanbon sugar in a wooden mold.  The molds themselves can be works of art, and are carved from aged cherry wood.

The Ichihara studio in Matsuyama (Shikoku) is one of the few remaining craftsmen of these molds.  Ayumi is making a special visit to Los Angeles for a series of workshops in higashi candy making.  Using the molds, candy making is simple and fun, and you’ll leave not only with an appreciation for this unique art, but a tray of candies to share with your friends."

Wasanbon is a special kind of sugar used for delicate Japanese sweets to bring subtle sweetness:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wasanbon­

"Wasanbon (和三盆) is a fine-grained Japanese sugar, traditionally made in the Shikoku­ prefectures Tokushima­ andKagawa­. The sugar is often used for Japanese sweets (wagashi). The sugar is made from thin sugarcane­ plants grown locally in Shikoku, called taketō (竹糖) or chikusha (竹蔗)."

 

Classes are held on

Aug 25th Sat  Class A 10-11am    Class B 1:30-2:30pm

Aug 26th Sun  Class C  10-11am    Class D 1:30-2:30pm

$40 per class

 

To attend, please contact directly to Kasai-san at

805-689-8747[/url]
e-mail:shinkanan@hotmail.com[/url]

with a check payable to "Urasenke Tea Society of Southern California" sent by

August 15th to the following address:

Soyu Uyesugi
514 N. Foothill Road
Beverly Hills CA 90210

 

日本の香川県より和三盆産地の木型工房の方をお招きして、

和三盆(干菓子)作りの実習講習会をします。
講習会日程

8月25日(土) (クラスA)10:00〜11:00

(クラスB)1:30〜2:30
8月26日(日) (クラスC)10:00〜11:00
(クラスD) 1:30〜2:30

会場:  日蓮宗米国別院 2801 E. 4th St. Los Angeles, CA 90033
費用: $40/クラス


お問い合わせは笠井まで
phone: 805-689-8747[/url]
e-mail:shinkanan@hotmail.com[/url]

お支払いは Urasenke Tea Society of Southern California まで

チェックを添えて下記の宛先へ8月15日までにお願い致します。
Soyu Uyesugi
514 N. Foothill Road
Beverly Hills CA 90210

 

I'll decide on which class to take myself and let you know soon. Tentatively I'm hoping to take the Sunday morning class..

 

Enjoy!

 

Sally

 

 

If the changes affect your plans to attend, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP "No" or "Yes".)

You can always get in touch with me through my group profile on Meetup.
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