Every region of Japan seems to have its own special twist on ramen, from Hakata ramen in Fukuoka to Hokkaido’s miso ramen. But you ramen fiends out there might not want to stop at just one bowl of ramen. Why not join the Osaka Ramen Cooking Class and make three varieties of ramen, with noodles made totally from scratch!
The shio ramen (salt ramen) you’ll be making is topped with sweet, succulent pork, bean sprouts, and seaweed; the shoyu ramen (soy sauce ramen) has steamed cabbage, green veggies, and sweet corn; and the miso ramen is topped with spicy chicken, boiled egg, and green onion. Note that the ingredients may change depending on seasonality, but that just means you’ll be getting the freshest produce!
If you’re worried about the sheer amount of noodles, don’t be! The bowls of ramen are smaller than average, and the total amount of noodles is about 100 grams. But make sure you save some room, because after you’ve made and indulged in these three types of ramen, you’ll get to have dessert!
Multilingual teaching materials (Japanese, English, Chinese)
All ingredients to make the three bowls of ramen
All tools and tableware
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The cooking class is located just a 7-minute walk from Namba Station. The address will be given after booking.
Ingredient Information: This class uses pork, chicken, egg, and sesame.
This Osaka ramen class can accommodate vegan, vegetarian, and Halal diets (the pork can be changed to vegetables or beef). Please request the class 3 days in advance so the host has time to prepare.
Children 7 years old and up can join.
If you would like a Chinese-speaking tour guide, please write this in the additional notes section of the payment page.