A basic Japanese sweet great for beginners to try!
Learn how to make gorgeous Kinton from Nerikiri paste!
Learned the basics? Then let's get started on making Japanese sweets!
In this lesson, you'll learn how to make Spring-colored Kinton
made to look like cherry blossoms.
The Japanese sweets designer Yuki
has always been inspired by her grandmother's tea ceremony classes and Japanese sweets served in the ceremony.
Now she looks at Japanese sweets from the perspective of a designer
and creates unique and beautifully delicate sweets.
In this lesson, Yuki will teach you how to make elegant and beautiful spring Kinton.
Kinton are sweets made with a ball of sweet bean paste being coated with colorful flakes of sieved bean paste.
Depending on the mesh size and color, Kinton can express different seasonal themes,
such as the flowers and grass in spring and the snow in winter.
In this lesson, you'll learn
◆How to handle Nerikiri paste
◆How to add color to the Nerikiri
◆How to use a sieve to make sieved bean paste
◆How to apply sieved paste to balls of paste
These and other tips and tricks for making sakura Kinton are included in this lesson.
Japanese sweets are beautiful treats that are fun to look at.
This lesson is full of Yuki's intricate techniques for making delicate and elegant Kinton.
You can make this with your kids or make it as a special gift for your friends and family.
Take this opportunity to learn how to make beautiful and delicious Japanese sweets!