Food is art in this Tokyo cooking class! Your plate will become your canvas as you use a variety of colorful ingredients to make a picture. The Japnese cooking instructor will teach you how to make dishes that are representative of the Japanese cuisine, such as yakisoba and tamagoyaki. Yakisoba is a noodle stir fry usually made with meat and veggies like cabbage and a delicious umami sauce. Tamagoyaki is another dish that you are sure to encounter on your trip to Japan, as it is often sold at festivals and in shopping streets. Then, you’ll also make a Japanese-style potato salad that’s a bit different than your grandma’s. You’ll plate up these dishes and some other colorful ingredients and make a photogenic edible masterpiece!
In addition to the kawaii deco plate, we will make the Japanese-style egg soup, and enjoy Japanese pickles on the side. Drinks such as fruity Japanese liquor and matcha are also provided. After you polish off your meal, we’ll finish things on a sweet note with a sweet treat for dessert!
The Kawaii Deco Plate Cooking Class is held at a cooking studio in a fashionable Tokyo area called Minami Aoyama. With warm sunlight streaming in, and a variety of top-quality kitchen tools at your disposal, our studio is perfectly equipped to host cooking workshops. The natural light makes it perfect for food photography, and the studio has even hosted photoshoots for magazines. So, come and discover this luxurious side of Tokyo during this hands-on creative cooking class!
-Yakisoba (noodle stir-fry with meat and veggies)
-Japanese-style potato salad
-Tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet)
-Variety of tasty side dishes
-Kakitama soup (Japanese egg drop soup)
-Beverage: Japanese fruit liquor or vinegar drink
-Japanese green tea
Ingredients and tools to make all dishes
Borrow apron and tea towel
Beverage corner with a variety of drinks
Recipes in English
Souvenir to take home
Transportation to and from the cooking experience location
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.