Bento boxes are lunch boxes packed with love and, sometimes, hidden surprises! In this “charaben” character bento cooking class in Tokyo, we will make cute bento boxes featuring adorable characters and animal motifs. Both children and adults will love getting creative during this quirky and artistic cooking class in Tokyo!
If you love making edible masterpieces from scratch and want to spice up your Instagram with some kawaii Japanese food, this is the perfect cooking class for you! Join our cooking instructor and learn how to prepare some of the most creative and cute bento boxes, featuring adorable animals like cats and bears. You’ll be surprised at how kawaii, colorful, and tasty you can make your bento box, using our special tips and tricks!
The bento box includes tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet) which is a staple dish in the Japanese cuisine, your choice of either teriyaki hamburger or vegetable meat rolls, and side dishes. The bento will come with kakitamajiru (a clear Japanese soup swirled with egg), rice, a seasonal Japanese dessert, beverages of your choice, and teacake.
Our cooking studio is located in Minami Aoyama, an upscale area of Tokyo. We are equipped with all the essential cooking tools from top brands. With elegant decor and natural light beaming in, the cooking studio has even hosted famous Japanese entertainers! It is the perfect environment to relax and enjoy a Japanese cooking lesson. So, roll up your sleeves and let’s get cooking!
-Character Bento (includes tamagoyaki, teriyaki hamburger or vegetable meat rolls, side dishes)
-Kakitamajiru (Japanese-style egg drop soup)
-Seasonal Japanese dessert
-Beverage: fruity Japanese liquor or vinegar drink
-Japanese green tea
All ingredients and tools for making the kawaii character bento
Free apron and hand towel rental
Recipes in English
Transportation to/from the cooking studio
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
A 10-minute walk from Omotesando Station (Tokyo Metro). Details to 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.