Onigiri Bento Making Class in a Fukuoka Home
Organized by Fujiwara
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Number of Guests
1 - 6 guests
Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly
Vegetarian, With green tea, With recipe, With lunch
Let’s have an onigiri rice ball party! Learn to make several cute, fun, and beautiful varieties of onigiri, alongside other traditional Japanese dishes like miso soup, and pack a colorful bento box!
Join a Japanese home cook at home in Fukuoka
Make yourself at home in their kitchen, and learn how to make delicious and cute onigiri
Pack a delightful bento, crammed with vibrant veggies and savory sausages
Tuck into your beautiful packed bento box, and enjoy dessert and coffee afterward
The taste of childhood, onigiri are delicious, portable rice balls that are many people’s favorite food in Japan. And while they can be found in convenience stores, nothing beats the comforting taste of the onigiri made by my mom, ever since I was a child. The nostalgic flavor of a delicious onigiri is beloved by people across Japan. And the best part is, onigiri are so versatile and easy to make once you get the hang of it! if you make many different types of beautiful onigiri, you can have a party! In this Onigiri Bento Making Class, we will make a few different fun styles of onigiri and pack them in bento boxes. To accompany our tasty onigiri, we will also make fried eggs, sausages, and boiled vegetables, to give the bento box more color and variety! You will also learn about “umami,” a flavor that is naturally found in many Japanese foods, as you make the umami-packed miso soup with dashi (a type of traditional Japanese soup base). By joining this Onigiri Bento Making Class in Fukuoka, you will come to understand the modern Japanese lifestyle and way of thinking, which many people miss out on when they only visit tourist attractions in Japan. So, roll up your sleeves and let’s get cooking! Menu: -Welcome tea (Japanese tea) -Various types of rice balls -Rolled eggs -Fried sausage -Boiled seasonal vegetables -Miso soup -Dessert (seasonal fruits) -Coffee *We will also taste the Fukuoka specialty: Hakata mentaiko!
All ingredients and tools to make dishes on the menu (above)
Tips and tricks from a Japanese home cook
Apron, mini towel, and recipes will be provided
Transportation to and from the experience location
Alcohol is not provided
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
North Gate of the Fukuoka Futaba Gakuen in Goshyogatani, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka (福岡雙葉学園北門前, 福岡市中央区御所ヶ谷)
Free for children under 5 years old
Please remember to be on time
Fukuoka’s Chuo-ku (Chuo ward) is located in the center of Fukuoka city alongside Hakata Bay. While the city is quite modern, nature-lovers can still find patches of green and seaside at Momochi Seaside Park. Other landmarks include Fukuoka Art Museum which features mainly Asian art exhibitions (though notably, it also houses The Madonna of Port Lligat by Salvador Dali), the Fukuoka Municipal Zoo and Botanical Garden, and the baseball stadium Fukuoka PayPay Dome. Shopaholics can also enjoy Kyushu’s biggest underground shopping mall, Tenjin Chikagai, which has a spacious and stylish vibe.
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Select at least 1 guest
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(13 - 85)
(6 - 12)
Earliest available date: December 14, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.