Osaka-Style Kitchen: Sushi, Tamagoyaki, & Miso Soup
Hosted by Saeko
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Number of Guests
1 - 5 guests
Gluten-free, Rain or shine, With dessert
Join Saeko, a professional food stylist & recipe creator, for a home cooking class in Osaka! Learn how to make 3 types of sushi, tamagoyaki (rolled omelet), & miso soup. Includes English recipe book!
Japanese home cooking class alongside a professional chef
Explanation of Japanese ingredients and cooking culture
Skills acquired: How to make sushi rice, slice fish, and prepare ingredients
Make: Nigiri sushi, rolled sushi, dashi broth, and miso soup
Join Saeko–a professional food stylist, recipe developer, and passionate home cook–for a Japanese cooking class in Osaka! You’ll make 3 types of sushi, tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet), and miso soup. Round off the experience by enjoying lunch alongside your classmates and host, then take home an English-language recipe booklet to recreate these dishes at home. Your host–Saeko–has been running cooking classes from her studio since 2018. Extensive travels abroad (over 21 countries) sparked Saeko’s curiosity about connecting with people from other cultures; she even lived in Denmark where she worked as a Japanese chef! Once she returned to Japan, this combination of experiences led her towards opening her cooking studio in Osaka where she has taught over 500 foreign guests (with no signs of slowing down). She brings a sense of warmth, joy, and dedication to her classes and takes incredible pride in her work. Your cooking school for the day is Saeko’s home in Osaka! Once you’ve settled in and kitchen-suited up, Saeko will teach you how to make 3 types of sushi: nigiri, traditional rolled sushi, and the beloved California roll. You’ll learn to cut the fish, prepare the ingredients, and assemble these rice-based delights. Then, you’ll master the fine art of making tamagoyaki–a Japanese rolled omelet that requires serious flipping skills! End the experience by making miso soup from scratch (including the dashi stock). After your extensive kitchen efforts, sit back, relax, and enjoy your handmade meal alongside your classmates and Saeko-san. This experience will leave you with lifelong cooking skills, knowledge about Japanese ingredients, and warm memories.
Ingredients for: 4 pieces of nigiri sushi, 1 thin roll of sushi, 1 California roll, tamagoyaki (Japanese rolled omelet), miso soup, & a small dessert
English recipe booklet
Apron and kitchen utensils
Transportation to and from the venue
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
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）
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)
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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(13 - 99)
(5 - 12)
Earliest available date: October 5, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.