Let’s experience cooking “Anbo” from rice powder!

What’s Anbo? It is a rural treat made of rice powder dough with sweetened Azuki beans paste or  “Nozawana” (salted leafy vegetable) inside. “Anbo” was originally invented by local people to utilize the powder of low-quality rice. It reflects a part of “Mottainai Culture” of Japan which tries to use the resources until it’s end.

Local women will demonstrate and teach how to make Anbo from the very beginning

 Learn How to Prepare a Local Cuisine “Anbo”from Grandmothers of Tokamachi !!

Meeting Point Based on consultation

Meeting Time Based on consultation

Venue  Local hotels and facilities available in Nakasato Area(If we arrange the venue, there will be additional charge)

Required Time 40-75 min


9~12   Pax 12,000Yen
12~16 Pax 16,000Yen
17~20 Pax 20,000Yen

+ materials needed 600yen/pax

Participant  Maximum 20    Minimum2

Season   Throughout a year     

Reservation  A week before you want to take the class at the latest

Things We Prepare Hood-Kerchief, Apron, Ingredients

Instructor     Staff from local restaurant “Chokotto” in Nakasato area


  • Hire an interpreter(English) 2000yen/per hour


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