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菓道家 三堀純一 | 2天和菓子進階技巧班
時間：9:30am - 6:00pm
Junichi Mitsubori Masterclass | 2-Day Advanced Techniques Course
Date: 18~19/1/2020 (Saturday to Sunday)
Time: 9:30am - 6:00pm
Instructor: Junichi Mitsubori
Medium of Instruction: Japanese (with Japanese-Mandarin translation)
課程內容 Class Description
In this comprehensive wagashi course, Mitsubori will teach you his unique Ichikaryu techniques, a perfect blend of traditional Japanese tools and Mitsubori original skills.
In this 2-day workshop, you will learn how to use Japanese age-old scissors skills and Mitusbori's unique Ichikaryu techniques to achieve different effects. In addition, you will learn the chopstick work, a must for professional wagashi artisan and last not the least, the original "Needle Work" which is one of the Ichikaryu techniques developed by Mitsubori.
You will make 10 wagashi designs in the workshop, including the introduction of newly developed tools and the related techniques. In this 2-day workshop, you will be able to practice and to reinforce your wagashi traditional techniques that you may have, and get inspiration through the visual aspect of Mitsubori's works. Don't miss the chance to learn from the master!
*Students are required prior experience in wagashi making.
*The tuition fee includes Certificate and all materials.
*All tools to be used in the classroom are provided.
*The end time is just a rough estimate and will vary depending on actual progress.
導師簡介 Instructor's Profile
三堀純一是著名日本菓道家，他是和菓子司いづみや第三代家主及日本甜點協會理事。 三堀老師1974年出生於神奈川縣橫須賀，1995年畢業於東京製菓學校。三堀老師2010年於TV爭霸R ”和洋菓子職人選手權“取得優勝而一舉成名，許多媒體爭相介紹。三堀老師以最為拿手的”煉切細工“為本，從2015年至今每天都以圖片形式的介紹新作，取名為”一日一菓“ (Wagashi of the Day)，累積followers已超越30萬。
Junichi Mitsubori is a world-famous wagashi master, a third-generation wagashi artisan of traditional Japanese sweets store Izumiya (いづみや) and the director of the Association of Japanese Sweets. He was born in Yokosuka, Kanagawa in 1974. In 1995, he graduated from the Seika Sweets College in Tokyo. Mitsubori first gained attention when he won TV Tokyo’s “TV Champion R” dessert artisan competition in 2010 but his popularity grew when he initiated a daily photo project on Instagram called “Wagashi of the Day” in 2015 to promote his preferred style "Nerikiri" work to a wider, younger audience. The image-centric platform became the perfect stage for Mitsubori’s elaborate creations, and the number of his followers has now reached over 300,000.
Mitsubori turns wagashi presentation into a new art form. In 2016, he founded his own school Kado Ichikaryu. Kado (way of wagashi), a term that echoes the meticulous care and preparation involved in Chado (way of tea), uses bespoke utensils and calculated gestures to produce a highly stylized wagashi experience. Sophisticated wagashi like Nerikiri originated were naturally produced by artisans’ hands, the wagashi are perfect not only in appearance, but also in taste.
To Mitsubori, the beauty of the performance is as crucial to Kado as the artistry of the dessert itself. He is currently performing and teaching Kado overseas. As a master of Kado, Mitsubori does not merely make food. He rather wants the audience to appreciate the performance and his subtle movements. You can see more of Mitsubori's works on his Instagram page.
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