A place for relaxation and adventure activities, the Fuji Five Lakes region in Yamanashi Prefecture is tranquil and immersed in nature. It also is home to some amazing food. Try your own hand at learning how to cook delicious Japanese food during this fun Takoyaki Making and Curry Cooking Class in Yamanashi. Enjoy a unique experience in Fujiyoshida, a town in Yamanashi, and learn how to make takoyaki and Japanese curry during this cooking class, which is held in a traditional Japanese guesthouse.
With traditional decor and architecture, this Takoyaki Making and Curry Cooking Class in Yamanashi is held at a Japanese guesthouse with beautiful views of Mount Fuji. You’ll enjoy learning how to make gooey takoyaki octopus balls, the soul food of Osaka, that are commonly found at festivals around Japan. Next, you’ll learn how to make delicious Japanese curry. Like a gravy, the sauce of Japanese curry is both sweet and spicy, making it one of the most popular dishes in Japan today.
You’ll also have a chance to wear a traditional samurai costume, a yukata, or a hakama. It’s a fantastic opportunity to take some great photos in this beautiful area. Finally, you’ll sit down to your expertly turned takoyaki balls and hearty curry. Afterward, this Takoyaki Making and Curry Cooking Class in Yamanashi will be topped off with a complimentary sake tasting of local brews!
A 2-hour takoyaki making and Japanese curry cooking class in Yamanashi
Yukata, hakama, or samurai costume to wear for the duration of the class (subject to availability)
Recipes in English
1 drink included (choose from the menu)
Complimentary tasting of Yamanashi sake
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The cooking class is located in Fujiyoshida. The exact location and a guide for accessing the cooking class location will be provided upon booking.
The legal drinking age in Japan is 20 years old. Only guests of 20 years or older can participate in the sake tasting.
Please be reminded to come to the experience on time.