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Wagyu Sukiyaki Cooking Class in Tokyo

Organized by Masa & Junko
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Experience Details
Experience Location
2 hours
Number of Guests
1 - 12 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly
Japanese, English
With green tea, With recipe, With sake
Make a delicious hot pot using the best beef in Japan during this wagyu sukiyaki cooking class!
Enjoy preparing and making your own wagyu sukiyaki using high-quality Japanese beef
Learn how to make dashi stock, sukiyaki soup, and a few side dishes
All ingredients are available to use for the recipes
No MSG or additives used
Enjoy cooking and eating together around the pot; it’s a fun and communal sukiyaki cooking class experience
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals
Experience Details
Nabe (hot pot) dishes in Japan are usually a communal affair, where you can sit around catching up with family and friends and telling stories as the hot pot stews. Delicious all year round but also warming during the winter months, sukiyaki is a style of hot pot simmering in a sweet soy sauce. It’s especially tasty when it’s paired with wagyu beef, which you can enjoy with a small group of friends during this Wagyu Sukiyaki Cooking Class in Tokyo! Top-quality Japanese wagyu beef comes together with a delicious sukiyaki hot pot in this Wagyu Sukiyaki Cooking Class in Tokyo. Wagyu is known as locally-bred, premium beef from Japan that’s characteristically marbled and juicy, particularly when it’s served as generous pieces of steak. On the other hand, you can also use it in hot pot, with the meat thinly shaved so that it can cook gently in the bubbling broth. The premium wagyu beef you’ll use in your hot pot for this cooking class is sourced from a local butcher in Asakusa with a great reputation, for a wonderful savory flavor you’ll never forget! In this sukiyaki cooking class, the sweet-souped sukiyaki is made from a soup base of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin (a kind of semi-sweet cooking sake). It’s a classic and tasty crowd-pleasing flavor that’s a typical dish in Japan, enhanced with thin slices of delicious wagyu. You’ll also add vegetables, tofu, and noodles into your hot pot, infusing them with flavor and developing the broth as you go. You’ll also cook some accompanying side dishes in this Wagyu Sukiyaki Cooking Class in Tokyo, perfect to go with your hot pot as it simmers away!
Ingredients for making wagyu sukiyaki
An English-speaking Japanese cooking instructor
Utensils and tools provided
Recipes to take home with you
Complimentary sake and green tea
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point is at the cooking class location. This cooking class in Tokyo is located in between historical Asakusa and Kappabashi Kitchen Town. The exact location and video guide for accessing the cooking class location will be provided upon booking.
Upon booking, you will receive a confirmation. Once confirmed, present your booking information at the cooking class.
Cancellation Policy
Cancel your booking at least 2 days before the experience start time to receive a full refund minus a 3.2% transaction fee.
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Experience Location

Home to the famous Sensoji Temple, a Buddhist temple built in the 7th century, Asakusa overflows with rich history and traditional culture. In the past, Asakusa was Tokyo’s leading entertainment district, a red light district with a number of kabuki theaters. Most of Asakusa was destroyed during World War II, but it has since grown into one of Tokyo's most visited tourist spots. Here, you'll find Nakamise Dori, a bustling shopping street lined with local snack and souvenir shops. Asakusa also has other attractions such as parks, public baths, and museums.
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Earliest available date: July 3, 2025
¥ 11,000
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Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.
Free cancellation (2 days notice)
For each guest that attends this experience, byFood will donate
10 meals