Mochi Class

Mochi is a traditional Japanese food made from glutinous rice that is pounded into a sticky, chewy consistency. It has deep cultural and culinary significance in Japan, playing a key role in various celebrations and everyday life. It was initially used as an offering to the gods during religious ceremonies. Mochi is associated with good fortune, health, and longevity. It is particularly significant during the New Year (Oshogatsu) celebrations, where it is used in various rituals and dishes. During this culinary class you will have the opportunity to learn all about the history of this rice-made treat and its cooking process, plus the chance to taste your own delicious mochi!