Authentic Taiyaki Making Lesson in Asakusa
Like authentic Japanese sweets? Try making your very own taiyaki fish shaped cake filled with the authentic red bean or add a twist by adding cream or even curry filling! See the techniques and taste a freshly baked taiyaki on the spot!
- Any cancellations made between 1 business days (00:00 local time) to 1 business days (00:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
- Any cancellations made after 23:59 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
|Adult (Age 18 & up)||$56|
|Child (Age 6-17)||$40|
- Ingredients for 6 taiyaki / A takeout bag / 1 cup of soft drink (tea, coffee or juice)
- Japanese-speaking guide
Min/Max Quantity To Book
- Max Qty: 12 (Maximum tickets can be booked)
- 11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00
- 1 (hrs)
Check In/Pickup Location Details
- 4-minute walk from Nishi-Asakusa 1 chome exit at Tawara-machi Station on the Ginza line.
- 4-minute walk from exit A1-2 at Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express.
- 8-minute walk from exit 1 from Asakusa Station on the Ginza line.
- Children 6 years old and above can participate in this activity.
- Cooking will be done in a room without chairs. Please note that you may be asked to sit on the floor.
- Please make sure to be on time. If you are over 30 minutes late, you may not be able to take part in the lesson.
- This activity is not recommended for people who have an allergic reaction for wheat, egg or soy.
- Observer fee does not include the ingredients to make taiyaki.
- This activity is held in Japanese, however, instruction pamphlets are available in English and Chinese.
Dressing & Items to Bring
- Clothing that can get dirty
|Authentic Taiyaki Making Lesson in Asakusa|
Check-in at Asakusa Guraku
History of Taiyaki
Did you know the taiyaki is a Japanese confectionery that's over 100 years old? Find out how the famed Japanese sweet treat was created through an informative video explanation.
Once you have an idea of the taiyaki, now it's time to get prepared. See what kind of utensils are used along with ingredients to make the batter. A pamphlet in English will be provided so you will know what to do step by step.
Aside from the delicious batter, pick what you want to put into your taiyaki. Go with the classic red bean or possibly add some cream. If you're a fan of savory, curry is also a delicious choice too!
Now that you have all the ingredients prepared, carefully pour the batter into the metallic cast in the shape of a fish. Add the filling of your choice before sandwiching the batter together quickly and toasting it to perfection.
Taste Your Taiyaki
Once it is cooked up, remove the taiyaki from the cast and try a freshly baked batch! One batch will make six taiyaki for you to taste on the spot! Please note for larger groups, you will be taking turns to bake your taiyaki.
Check-out from Asakusa Guraku