Traditional Kyoto Udon Making from Scratch

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Duration
1 hour
Number of Guests
1 - 100 guests
Accessibility
Family-friendly
Language
Japanese, English
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Vegetarian, Regional food
Learn how to make Kyoto udon from scratch in the prefecture this classic dish was created.
Highlights
Taste Kyoto udon, a local comfort dish
Experience the countryside of Kyoto
Get hands-on in this interactive, family-friendly cooking class
Enjoy local Japanese cuisine
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Experience local Japanese cusine! This experience takes place in Wazuka, Kyoto Prefecture, which is a peaceful countryside known for its high tea production that sits southeast of Kyoto city. Detached from big crowds and nestled among tea fields, this experience also makes for a perfect country getaway. You will get to learn how to make Kyoto udon, a homey noodle dish that emphasizes the rich and complex broth that derives from bonito flakes and seaweed and is topped off with fried tofu as well as Kujo green onion. Matcha and mochi often get the limelight in Kyoto– but this bowl of udon shows the comfort food side of this culturally rich region. You will be provided with the Kyoto udon essentials and get to see their efforts paid off with a filling bowl of brothy noodles.
Inclusions
All ingredients and materials needed to make a bowl of udon
A full meal
Exclusions
Transportation to and from the venue
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Hatsuohira-21 IshiteraWazuka, Soraku District, Kyoto 619-1221
Remarks
Experience includes eating time, which can vary about twenty minutes depending on the group

Experience Location

Wazuka's tea fields are registered as Kyoto Prefecture's No. 1 Scenic Property. With its idyllic scenery of rolling hills of green tea leaves, the town has been recognized as a beautiful Japanese village. Known for the Ishitera tea fields, recognized as a Japanese cultural heritage site, Wazuka is a wonderful location for nature and tea lovers alike.
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For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals