Healthy Japanese Dishes Cooking Class in Nagoya

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Duration
3 hours
Number of Guests
1 - 6 guests
Language
English
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Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescetarian, With green tea, With recipe
Learn how to make a range of healthy Japanese dishes like teriyaki chicken, tempura, chawanmushi, and more during this hands-on Nagoya cooking class.
Highlights
Learn how to make 4 different types of Japanese dishes, which are tasty and healthy, inside a renovated storehouse that’s over 100 years old!
Wander through the traditional Japanese garden and veggie patch, and harvest some seasonal produce, when in season
Enjoy a welcome drink made from seasonal ingredients
Learn tips and tricks about healthy food in Japan and Nagoya cuisine, and learn about alternative Japanese cooking techniques that you can try in your own your own home
Enjoy your Japanese food feast at the end of the class with the option to take home any leftovers!
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Making your own Japanese food can sometimes feel a little bit daunting, as recipes might be packed with unfamiliar flavors and techniques. Challenge yourself on your next trip to Nagoya, where you can learn how to make a range of Japanese dishes which are healthy, simple, and delicious during this Healthy Japanese Dishes Cooking Class in Nagoya, the powerful industrial capital of Japan! In this cooking class, you’ll learn how to make 4 different Japanese dishes including teriyaki chicken, chawanmushi (a type of savory egg custard), tempura (deep-fried vegetables, meat, and seafood), and kara-age (fried chicken). Your cooking instructor will welcome you into her home, a wooden Japanese house complete with tatami straw floor mats and traditional architecture. This Healthy Japanese Dishes Cooking Class in Nagoya is held in a renovated “kura,” a traditional Japanese storehouse, which is over 105 years old! Before heading into the kitchen, you can enjoy harvesting some seasonal produce from the on-site veggie garden as well as a stroll around the traditional Japanese garden. You can sip on a delicious beverage made from seasonal produce as a welcome drink, too! After a detailed demonstration and explanation of the menu, you’ll make your own healthy Japanese dishes for yourself with the help of your friendly instructor. Feel free to ask any questions about Japanese food and Nagoya cuisine as you work, making 4 tasty and healthy dishes from scratch. Your instructor will give you tips and tricks on how to prepare Japanese food in your home country with alternative cooking tools, outside of traditional Japanese grills, steamers, and more. You’ll sit down to eat your healthy Japanese feast, but also be able to take any leftovers away with you as a delicious souvenir snack! With the flexibility to tailor your experience, you can gain a range of new Japanese cooking skills during this class while making and eating a number of healthy Japanese dishes!
Inclusions
Complimentary welcome drink made from seasonal on-site produce
Utensils, tools, and ingredients provided
Recipes in English
Complimentary green tea
Pick up service from Iwakura Station
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
This cooking class offers a pick up service from Iwakura Station. The meeting point is at the station.
Remarks
Vegetarian and vegan dietary requirements can be accommodated for, please let us know upon booking
Please be reminded to come to the experience on time
Upon booking, you can expect a confirmation within 24 hours. Once confirmed, present your booking information at the experience location
Experience Location
A small city to the north of Nagoya, Iwakura lies to the northwest of Aichi Prefecture and sits within the Nobi Plain, stretching across from Gifu Prefecture. A local neighborhood just on the outskirts of Nagoya City, Iwakura is sprinkled with temples, shrines, and park areas, with examples of traditional thatched-roof houses at Iwakura City Historic Park among some ancient ruins. Iwakura is bordered by the Yado River to the east and the Gojo River to the south, with both being wonderful cherry blossom viewing spots. The compact city is only a 20-minute train ride from Nagoya Station.
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Earliest available date: December 1, 2022
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals