Hanami dango is a popular Japanese sweet enjoyed during the cherry blossom viewing (Hanami ) in Japan. They are sweet mochi rice dumplings on a skewer, and each of them has a different color – pink is used to symbolize cherry blossoms, white represents the remaining snow of the past winter, and green is used as a herald of spring, representing the color of young grass.
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn about Hanami in Japan and how to make Hanami dango with a microwave! You will be surprised how easy you can enjoy Japanese sweets at home.
* Ingredients and cooking utensils will be provided.
Children/K-12 Students: FREE
Members (adult): $3 | Non-Members (adult): $5