Cooking Class: Udon & Dorayaki in Shinagawa
Organized by Naohide
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Number of Guests
1 - 15 guests
Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly
Join a hands-on cooking class in Shinagawa, Tokyo! Learn Japanese cooking techniques plus how to make udon (wheat-flour noodles) and dorayaki (red-bean stuffed pancakes) from scratch.
Make udon (Japanese flour noodles) topped with seasonal vegetables and thinly sliced pork and dorayaki (stuffed red bean pancake) from scratch
Enjoy your meal served in authentic Japanese ceramic dishes, which can be bought from the on-site shop
Enjoy fresh, seasonal vegetables
Forge a deeper connection to Japan’s rich heritage through the art of making and eating udon and dorayaki! Whether you're an amateur cook or a seasoned chef, this class is designed for everyone. This cooking class is held in a welcoming café kitchen atmosphere, perfect for individuals, couples, or families. Let this journey through flavors and culture inspire your curiosity and appreciation for Japan's diverse traditions. Get ready for a hands-on cooking lesson that goes beyond a simple recipe. You'll master crafting udon from scratch, guided by traditional techniques passed down through generations. From kneading the flour to expertly boiling the noodles, you'll discover the secrets behind creating the perfect udon. Then, you’ll top the udon with colorful seasonal vegetables and thinly sliced pork. Next, dive into the world of dorayaki, a delightful pancake stuffed with red bean paste. Learn the process of mixing, baking, and filling these delectable goodies, all while picking up skills taught in a way that can easily be replicated outside of Japan. The best part is that you won't just make and eat udon; you'll savor it in genuine Japanese ceramic dishes. These dishes are pieces of art that elevate your dining experience to a new level of authenticity. But the journey doesn't stop at food. As part of the class, we'll delve into Japanese traditional crafts and culture. It's not just about cooking; it's about understanding the roots that nurture this cuisine. We'll discuss all these elements, ensuring you're fully engaged and enlightened. By the end of this immersive experience, you’ll walk away with more than a satisfied appetite. Let the flavors of udon, dorayaki, and the artistry of Japanese craftsmanship transport you to a realm where food, culture, and creativity converge!
Ingredients to make udon and dorayaki
Transportation to and from the meeting point
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Nearby Togoshi Koen Station
If an infant between 0-5 yrs of age is joining, please select the private option
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(16 - 99)
(5 - 15)
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.