+Watch an experienced teacher show you how to make wagashi from scratch. +Make the sweets under expert supervision. +Taste the confections together with a cup of tea from award-winning Kyoto tea merchant Rishouen. Participants will make enough sweets to sample in class and to take home with them. Recipes in English will also be provided. WAGASHI ISSHO 1, Nerikiri : Kiku (Chrysanthemum) Nerikiri dough is wrapped around a bean paste filling to create a sweet that looks like kiku, a flower that blooms in Autumn. Participants get to make three sweets, which should be consumed on the day that they are made. This time we use a microwave oven. We can make it easily.