Creamy Ramen & Crispy Gyoza Cooking Class in Osaka

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Duration
3 hours
Number of Guests
1 - 5 guests
Accessibility
Family-friendly
Language
English
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Rain or shine, With dessert
Join Saeko–a food stylist, professional chef, and recipe developer–for a home cooking class in Osaka! Make creamy Japanese ramen and crispy gyoza, then enjoy your handmade lunch.
Highlights
A home cooking class alongside a professional chef
Explanation of Japanese ingredients and cooking culture
Skills acquired: How to make ramen broth, ramen garnishes (chashu pork), chicken stock, gyoza wrappers, and gyoza fillings
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Ramen and gyoza are a match made in Japanese food heaven! These beloved dishes use accessible ingredients, pack a whopping flavor punch, and taste even better after a few drinks. Join Saeko–a professional chef and recipe developer–at her home cooking studio in Osaka to learn how to make creamy chicken ramen, crispy gyoza, then enjoy your handmade meal. Saeko began her Japanese home cooking operation in 2018, and has taught over 500 international students to date! Extensive travels abroad (21 countries and counting) plus a stint living and working as Japanese chef in Denmark, sparked her interest in connecting with people and their cultures through food. After her journey in Denmark ended, she returned to Osaka–her home city in Japan–and opened her cooking studio. Saeko-san believes in food as a tool for connecting with people, and that learning becomes easier when the process is fun! Joining one of her experiences–this one included–will provide you with valuable cooking skills, newfound knowledge about Japanese ingredients, and more. Saeko’s cozy home in Osaka serves as your cooking station for the day! Once you’ve received a warm welcome and strapped on your apron, Saeko will lead you to the kitchen where the cooking festivities will begin. You’ll learn how to make creamy ramen from scratch–including the chicken broth, toppings like chashu pork and seasoned egg. Next up, it’s time to get wrapping. You’ll make gyoza wrappers and fillings from start to finish, then pop them into the pan for a fry. Once your edible delights are complete, sit at the table to enjoy your handmade meal alongside Saeko-san and your classmates. This cooking experience welcomes people of all skill levels and is a great bonding experience–food is a universal language.
Inclusions
Ramen and gyoza-making ingredients
Small dessert and tea/water
English recipe booklet
Apron and kitchen utensils
Exclusions
Transportation to and from the venue
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
My home cooking studio is nearby SenriChuo station. It takes 15-30 mins from the center of Osaka by subway Midosuji line without transfer. (15 mins from ShinOsaka, 30 mins from Namba
Remarks
Private booking is available: 35,200 yen for a group of max 4 / additional guests 8800 yen pp / 6 people max
Standard class participants must be over 5 years of age, but private classes can accommodate guests under 3 years old
Please be careful with fire and knives (guardians of younger participants are asked to pay close attention)

Experience Location

Osaka Prefecture is the birthplace of Kansai-style okonomiyaki and many classic Japanese street foods. Centered around Osaka (the prefectural capital), the clash of trade, traditions, and modern technologies contributes to the dynamic energy of this prefecture overlooking Osaka Bay.
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Earliest available date: March 1, 2024
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals