A great treat for the hot summer!
Learn how to make cool and beautiful Nerikiri!
This lesson will use skills taught in theNerikiri Cakes
to teach you how to use the Chakin Shibori ("tea cloth") technique!
Japanese sweets designer Yuki
has always been inspired by her grandmother's tea ceremony classes and Japanese sweets she served in the lessons.
Now she looks at Japanese sweets from the perspective of a designer
and creates unique and beautifully delicate sweets.
The treat she will teach you in this lesson
is "Sazanami", a cake depicting cool ripple waves in the summer.
In this lesson, learn how to make elegant Japanese tea ceremony treats with a summery ripple design.
In this lesson, you'll learn
◆The basic tea cloth technique
◆How to make beautiful ripple designs
◆How to represent splashes of water
◆Advice on making gradient wraps
These and many other tips and tricks for beginners are explained thoroughly by Yuki.
Chakin Shibori cakes can be easily made with a single tea cloth.
While simple, this is a basic skill in Japanese sweets making used for many kinds of treats.
Depending on the way you wrap your cake
you can give them different expressions with unique ripple designs.
You can make this with your kids
or make it a special welcoming treat for your friends and family.
It's a special seasonal Japanese sweet that'll make you feel cooler.
Take this opportunity to master Chakin Shibori cake and enjoy making basic Nerikiri sweets!