During this Osaka cooking class, You'll learn how to make the most delicious dashi soup and udon noodles from scratch, and enjoy the udon served in two styles: hot and chilled.
The most delicious type of udon in Japan is called “Sanuki udon,” and these noodles are widely known for their elasticity in Japan. With the guidance of your cooking instructor, in this class, you will use both your hands and feet to knead the dough and make the udon strong and chewy.
In addition, this cooking class will also teach you how to make Osaka-style soup. The “umami” factor comes from Osaka's deep “dashi” (Japanese soup stock) culture. The savory Osaka-style broth is incredibly flavorful and delicious, and pairs perfectly with the thick and elastic udon noodles. Besides learning to make soup and udon from scratch, you’ll also learn how to make one more side dish using the leftover part that remains after filtering the dashi. You will be amazed at how delicious this side dish is, and it is zero waste!
The cooking instructor has a policy of using the highest-quality ingredients and seasonings, so you are sure to create the most delicious dishes while learning about Osaka food culture.
All ingredients and kitchen tools for udon and dashi making
Organic Japanese tea
Recipes to take home
Apron and hair tie if needed
Extra portion of udon and soup stock
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The nearest station is Tanimachi 6-chome (谷町六丁目駅) along the Tanimachi and Nagahori Tsurumi-rokuchi lines (Osaka Metro). The cooking class location is about 3 to 5 minutes on foot from Tanimachi 6-chome.
Please wear casual clothes that you would not mind getting dirty.
If you have any allergies or food restrictions, please let us know in advance.