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Japanese Home Cooking Class for Beginners
Organized by Kaoru and Anna
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Number of Guests
1 - 10 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly, Pet-friendly
With green tea, With dessert
Learn to make a typical Japanese meal of ichijiu-sansai (meaning 1 soup, 3 dishes), including dishes that are popular among visitors from abroad!
A Japanese cooking instructor will teach you their home cooking techniques
Learn to make a beloved Japanese main dish
Try your hand at kawaii plating
Make a delicious miso soup (a staple of the Japanese cuisine)
Learn to serve the meal in traditional Japanese style
During this Japanese Home Cooking Class for Beginners, our cooking instructor will teach you the basics of Japanese home cooking, starting with ichijiu-sansai (literally “one soup, three dishes,” though it also includes rice). This is the typical Japanese meal layout that is served in restaurants and homes all across Japan. The main dish for this cooking class varies, but all options are popular among foreigners in Japan. For example, tamagoyaki (the traditional Japanese rolled omelet) and karaage (Japanese-style fried chicken) are two such dishes in our roster of recipes. Every cooking class includes miso soup, which is a staple soup of Japanese cuisine. We will make it from scratch, starting with the dashi (Japanese soup base usually made with dried fish and kombu, dried kelp). This Japanese Home Cooking Class for Beginners takes place at a cooking studio in Minami Aoyama, one of Tokyo’s wealthiest areas. With kitchenware and tools from top brands, this cooking workshop features fantastic facilities. The spacious and bright studio is perfect for photography and has been visited by Japanese celebrities and has been the site of magazine photoshoots. It’s the perfect atmosphere for a relaxed cooking class. Come along, and let’s discover the secrets of Japanese home cooking! Menu: -Main dish -Side dish -Vegetable side dish -Kawaii item -Miso soup -Pickled veggies -Seasonal Japanese dessert -Beverage: Japanese fruit liquor or vinegar drink -Japanese green tea -Matcha -Teacake
All kitchen tools and ingredients to make ichijiu-sansai
Apron and hand towel for the duration of the class
Souvenir to take home
Transportation to/from the cooking studio
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
10-minute walk from Omotesando Station (Tokyo Metro). Location details will be shared upon booking.
Please be on time for the cooking class.
Please note that the classroom is on the second floor and is only accessible by stairs, so with the support of accompanying people, those who can come to the second floor can participate.
Minato Ward is one of the most international districts of Tokyo, home to several embassies, large Japanese corporations, headquarters for foreign businesses, and international schools. Upscale commercial and residential areas such as Roppongi, Akasaka, and Aoyama, and Azaku are located in Minato. Here, you can find the iconic Tokyo Tower, Mori Art Museum for contemporary art, and Nezu Museum for traditional East Asian art.
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Select at least 1 guest
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(6 - 120)
Earliest available date: March 6, 2024
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.