Ramen and Gyoza Home Cooking Class in Tokyo
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Number of Guests
2 - 2 guests
Visit a local home in Shinagawa to learn how to make your very own ramen and gyoza dumplings from scratch. A perfect pairing!
Learn how to make ramen and gyoza in an authentic Japanese home in Shingawa, Tokyo
Your cooking instructor has worked in the ramen business since he was a teenager, making him an expert!
Learn how to prepare your noodles, broth, toppings, and delicious ramen-style egg to go on top
Learn how to make gyoza dumplings including the filling and tips for folding them
Throughout Japan, everyone loves a steaming bowl of ramen noodles with a hearty broth. Add a few toppings for flair, and ramen pairs perfectly with a plate of juicy dumplings! Sound good? During your next visit to Tokyo, you can learn how to make both ramen and gyoza at an authentic Japanese home! Experience this delicious Ramen and Gyoza Home Cooking Class in Tokyo with your friendly instructor and longtime ramen lover, Hide. Your cooking instructor Hide has been making ramen since he was in high school, meaning that he is an absolute ramen expert! From working part-time in various ramen restaurants, Hide has had a lifelong love of ramen which he is ready to share with you! With plenty of experience, one day Hide dreams to open his own ramen store. This experience is held at Hide’s home in the Shinagawa area of Tokyo. Get a feel for what it is like living in Tokyo as you learn two new skills: how to make ramen noodles and gyoza (Japanese dumplings)! As a local and an expert when it comes to ramen, Hide can offer you plenty of tips about Japanese cooking and Japanese culture. This cooking class is available for lunch or dinner on weekends. During this cooking class, Hide will teach you how to cook and prepare all the different elements that make up a bowl of ramen. You will learn about making a typical ramen broth using dashi (Japanese soup stock). Choose from making ramen with either a shoyu (soy sauce) base or a miso (fermented bean paste) base to go with your delicious noodles. You will learn how to make a nitamago (a classic ramen-style boiled egg) and tender slices of chashu (boiled pork) to serve with your ramen. Aside from creating your very own ramen, you will learn how to make gyoza from scratch. With a meat and vegetable filling, these little dumplings pack a punch when it comes to flavor! Hide will give you tips on folding the dumplings perfectly, too. Once everything is cooked, you will enjoy your delicious home-cooked meal together!
Cooking ingredients and tools
Tips on cooking ramen and gyoza dumplings
Ramen and gyoza meal
Recipe book to take home
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Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Please meet in front of the ticket gate at Nishi-Oi Station
This experience is available on Saturdays and Sundays for lunch or dinner
Alcoholic drinks cost an additional 500 yen each
Please be careful not to burn yourself
Children under 6 years old are free
Shinagawa, one of Tokyo’s 23 wards, was an important post town since the 1600s, and today is home to Shinagawa Station (a major commuter hub). Here you can find Maxwell Aqua Park Shinagawa, the Hara Museum of modern art, the Museum of Maritime Science, and Musashi Koyama Shopping Street Palm.
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Select at least 2 guests
Select at least 2 guests
(13 - 120)
(6 - 12)
(1 - 5)
Earliest available date: October 7, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.