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Customizable Ramen Class with Noodles Made From Scratch
Organized by Shin
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Number of Guests
1 - 40 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Family-friendly
Gluten-free, Halal, Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescetarian
Make your own customized bowl of ramen in Kyoto, with halal, vegan, and gluten-free options!
Learn how to make ramen noodles from scratch (even gluten-free ramen noodles)!
Make a tasty sliced chicken topping (or tofu, for those who avoid meat)
Blend your own soup from a variety of soup bases made by our chefs
Arrange a tasty bowl of ramen, with your choice of toppings!
Take home a souvenir
Think ramen is too difficult to make at home? Think again! During this ramen cooking class in Kyoto, you’ll build your bowl of perfect ramen, starting with the noodles. In just 90 minutes you’ll learn how to make your own customized bowl of ramen from scratch, including fresh ramen noodles, and mix your own soup from a variety of broths perfected by the chefs here. Are you gluten-free in Kyoto? Maybe you’re a plant-based eater? Not to worry, this Customizable Ramen Cooking Class in Tokyo includes options for those with dietary restrictions, such as gluten-free, halal, pescetarian, vegetarian, and vegan! For those who wish to cook pescetarian, vegetarian, or vegan ramen, tofu will be used instead of chicken, and vegans can omit the egg. There is also an option to make gluten-free ramen noodles out of rice flour, rather than wheat flour (note that the gluten-free noodles take a little longer to make, and the resulting texture of the noodles depends on the weather conditions). First, you’ll knead, roll, and cut ramen noodles, learning the techniques to making perfectly chewy Japanese ramen noodles. Then, you’ll pan fry some tasty chicken (or tofu), and prepare it as a juicy topping. The soup broth is pre-prepared by our chefs from a recipe that has been used for over 30 years, but you are able to mix and customize your own broth. You’ll have a variety of different sauces and soup bases to choose from, so feel free to go wild, mixing a ramen broth that’s exactly to your liking. Finally, you’ll boil the noodles and arrange the bowl, topping it off with ingredients such as scallions, chicken (or tofu), a beautifully runny egg, and chili flakes (if you like it hot)!
Apron for the duration of the class (covers pants only)
Ramen making instructions
Instructors to help when needed
There is a prayer room for Muslims on the 2nd floor
Please inform us of your dietary restrictions in advance
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The ramen restaurant is a 3-minute walk from Tofukuji Station
Children who are above 5 years may participate. We can also lend a playpen if necessary.
Wheelchair accessible (please let us know so we can prepare space on the first floor).
One of Kyoto’s major historic districts, Higashiyama is home to Kiyomizudera Temple, a UNESCO world heritage site. Immerse yourself in traditional Japanese architecture in the streets of Higashiyama, which are lined with local specialty shops selling everything from handicrafts like pottery to tasty Kyoto sweets and pickles. Higashiyama Ward is also home to Gion, a geisha district which contains luxurious Japanese restaurants, lively izakayas, and tea houses.
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(13 - 120)
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.