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Casual Cooking Classes in Japan

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Online Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki Cooking Class

from ¥ 1,900 per guest - 1.5 hours

Rolled Sushi Bento Making Class at Yoko’s Kamakura Home

from ¥ 5,200 per guest - 2 hours
REGIONAL FOOD

Traditional Japanese Sweets, Wagashi and Mochi Class

from ¥ 7,800 per guest - 2.5 hours
WITH GREEN TEA

Online Wagashi Making Class with Certified Instructor

from ¥ 3,000 per guest - 1.5 hours
WITH RECIPE

Homemade Sushi Making Class in Tokyo

from ¥ 8,500 per guest - 3 hours

Tokyo Sashimi Class

from ¥ 13,200 per guest - 2.5 hours
WITH SAKE

Bento Making Class in Kyoto

from ¥ 8,500 per guest - 3.5 hours
WITH GREEN TEA

Izakaya Food Cooking Class in Kyoto

from ¥ 8,500 per guest - 3.5 hours

Miyajima Cooking Class, Tea Ceremony, and Calligraphy

from ¥ 20,000 per guest - 2 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Flying Gourmet Seafood Cooking Class with Captain Mikio

from ¥ 10,000 per guest - 5 hours
NEAR STATION

Ginger Pork Japanese Home Cooking Class in Fukuoka

from ¥ 7,500 per guest - 3 hours
WITH RECIPE

Onigiri Bento Making Class in a Fukuoka Home

from ¥ 7,500 per guest - 3 hours
WITH RECIPE

Hakata Ramen and Gyoza Home Cooking Class in Fukuoka

from ¥ 7,500 per guest - 3 hours
WITH LUNCH

Maki Zushi Rolled Sushi Cooking Class in a Japanese Home

from ¥ 7,500 per guest - 3 hours
WITH LUNCH

Ryukyu Cuisine Cooking Class in Okinawa

from ¥ 6,000 per guest - 3 hours

Tokyo Kaiseki Cuisine Cooking Class

from ¥ 8,500 per guest - 3 hours
WITH DESSERT

Healthy Japanese Bento Lunch Box Making Class

from ¥ 7,900 per guest - 3 hours
WITH LUNCH

Intensive 5 Day Japanese Home Cooking Class

from ¥ 37,000 per guest - 2.5 hours
WITH DESSERT

Kaiseki Bento Cooking Class in Tokyo

from ¥ 13,200 per guest - 3 hours
WITH SAKE

Wagashi Making Class in Tokyo

from ¥ 7,200 per guest - 2.5 hours
WITH GREEN TEA

Japanese cuisine has a pretty lofty reputation around the world. Picturing elite sushi temples and refined tea houses with strict etiquette, you could easily feel quite intimidated at the prospect of jumping into this culinary culture with a hands-on Japanese cooking experience.

But not to worry — it’s not all master chefs and Michelin stars. There are plenty of fun and casual cooking classes in Japan which prove that even a total beginner can have a blast trying their hand at some delicious Japanese dishes.

You could become a confectioner for a day by hand-molding your own traditional wagashi sweets, bulk up your party cooking repertoire with come classic Japanese home-cooking recipes, or learn the ins and out of how to cut and present your very first piece of premium Japanese sushi during one of these casual cooking classes in Japan.

With a friendly English-speaking guide by your side, nothing is impossible. So take a look at the casual cooking classes near you, and be prepared for a fun and social event to remember.