9 chapters · 8 hours 42 minutes
English · Japanese · Korean|Audio Japanese

8 Class Projects

It takes about hour(s) to complete each project.

  • cream puff

  • macarons

  • cupcakes

  • 3 types of cookies

  • Montblanc

  • Strawberry mousse cake

  • Framboise dome

  • shortcake

Skills You’ll Learn

Basic knowledge of clay

Drying time and storage method for clay

The texture of fake sweets

How to make a realistic shape, how to color, and how to bring out the texture

How to make transparent materials

How to make jams and jellies, what to do if they have excess, and how to finish

Bite-sized and cute,

Clay sweets that look like the real thing

Nice to meet you, I'm crazy!

The appeal of fake sweets is widely conveyed under the theme of “kawaii” such as clay Western confectionery, Japanese sweets, food, party sweets, etc. In recent years, petite sizes that are easy to decorate and make are popular, and they are particular about the sense of size. I want students who get along with me to make cute things and smile, and I'm working with that in mind.

In this class, we are particular about easy recipes so that even beginners can make delicious and cute fake sweets.

Even people who make clay sweets for the first time

Something authentic is ready!

In this class, I will teach you the basics, such as the types of clay, how to handle it, how to color it, and points not to fail. Even if the finished work is slightly different from the sample, it still contains your individuality! Enjoy making cute things with your own hands.

If you have experience, feel free to expand your ideas from the works created this time, and try making your own fake sweets!

While being healed by the feel of clay,

If you notice it, you'll be carried away!

It's really exciting to see pure white clay turning into delicious fruits and sweets. Once finished, you can enjoy decorating it as it is, using it as a charm or brooch, or as a present.

It looks great in photos, so there are many people who upload it to SNS, and the excitement and crush continues even after making it!

These fake sweets look real enough to make you want to eat them, and are so cute! The theme this time is afternoon tea sweets.

Would you like to dive into the world of cute fake sweets?





I met fake sweets in 2013, worked as an artist at department stores, etc., and held a fake sweets class in Hyogo in 2016. A total of 10,000 students have taken the course so far. Currently, in addition to the Osaka classroom, Tokyo business trip classes, video and online courses are being held. There are many students who have learned and are active from scratch aiming to become writers and lecturers, and we have produced over 130 writers and lecturers. The book “Petit Sweets Made with Ayapeko Clay”

I've always loved food samples since I was a kid, and I often looked at showcases at coffee shops nearby. The reason was that I tried making a clay birthday cake with stage activities that I had been doing for many years. It was my first time making things in nearly 20 years since I was a student, but “there is such a fun world!” I'm completely addicted to the appeal of clay. I was thrilled that pure white clay turned into delicious fruits and sweets that I could see with my own hands.

Q. Why did you offer online classes with CLASS101?

I want women who are busy with housework, childcare, and work to spend time being healed by the feel of clay while being carried away by making cute things. Students who have taken classroom lessons so far have said, “I was able to take a break and treat children kindly.” “I'm looking forward to this time and I can do my best at work!” I received such a voice.

Q. What points did you put the most effort into when planning the class?

Who would you recommend this class to?

When creating courses, I always try to make “easy-to-understand recipes that anyone can reproduce.” Also, I paid attention to that balance so that cuteness can be felt in just the right amount of realism. I recommend it to those who are interested in fake sweets but thought it would be difficult, or experienced people who want to increase their repertoire.

Q. What kind of experience do you want the students to have through this class?

“It's cute!” “I was able to do it too!” I'm happy to hear such voices and the smiles of the students, and I'm continuing to be a lecturer. Once finished, you can enjoy decorating it as it is, using it as a charm or brooch, or as a present.

It looks great in photos, so even after uploading it to SNS or making it, the excitement and crush continues. I would like to be able to provide such a healing time this time as well.

Q. Please give a message to the students!

“I want to make a cute sweets set like afternoon tea!” We received a lot of such voices, and this course was completed! You can enjoy making and taking pictures ♪ Why don't you decorate and make exciting fake sweets together?



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