Saturday was primarily focused on making どらやき (dorayaki), a Japanese sweet snack made by spreading bean paste in between two pancakes, for both ourselves and the Latin Academy students. We spent the first half of the day with extended core classes, lasting until lunch. After we ate, we gathered outside the church kitchen. While the Cooking Han prepared the ingredients, the rest of the students had another group workshop about the Oshibai performance. After a couple of minutes, the Cooking Han emerged with batter and あんこ (anko) red bean paste. We then divided into four groups, three dedicated to making the pancake components, the last being in charge of spreading the anko on the bread and assembling the dorayaki. We made over 100 dorayaki in total, splitting them evenly between the Latin and Japanese Academy students. And in the words of our peer, おいしい！ (oishii) which means "yummy" in Japanese.