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Private Japanese Cooking Class in Nerima, Tokyo (3 Dishes)

Learn about Japanese home cooking in this private cooking class in Nerima, in the home of a Tokyo local, Emi. You’ll choose 3 popular Japanese dishes to cook and enjoy your hard work over a lively conversation on food and culture.
from¥11,000
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Rain or shine
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TOKYO

Roux and Rice: Japanese Curry Cooking Class in Tokyo

Make Japanese curry at a home cooking class in Tokyo! Soak up the curry-making experience and develop lifelong cooking skills along the way. End on a tasty note by enjoying your handmade meal.
from¥9,500
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With recipe
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TOKYO

Make it Halal! Homemade Japanese Curry and Shabu-Shabu

Learn how to create some of Japan’s favorite dishes, from comforting Japanese curry to festive shabu-shabu, in this Tokyo class. All ingredients and equipment are halal and can be enjoyed by all!
from¥10,000
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Let’s Make Authentic Japanese Curry: Cooking Class in Tokyo

Ready to become a Japanese curry master? Learn how to conjure curry from scratch at this cooking class in Setagaya, Tokyo. Uncover the rich history of curry as you simmer up its deep flavors. Elevate your culinary skills with a dash of spice!
from¥14,000
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It's been a unique and authentic experience. Learning to cook with Emi in a traditional Japanese setting has been a real joy. We’ve learned so much from each other, and not just about cooking. It’s a true pleasure to be able to enjoy the final result (tasty curry) from our collaborative work. Thank you Emi for being a great tutor and a nice friend! We will always remember this experience and the great time we had together.
Agata Guziolek
April 18, 2024
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Emi granted me and my Friends a wonderful cooking experience. We prepared gyozas, onigiri and tonkatsu, and It was extremely fun and instructive. EMI Is very kind and patience, speaks perfect english and Is very curios about other people's culture, so you'll feel at home with her. Higly recommend this course to everyone!
Andrea zaniolo
April 11, 2024
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Private Japanese Cooking Class in Nerima, Tokyo (3 Dishes)
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Emi was just great. The perfect cooking class.
Matthew listro
March 05, 2024
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Private Japanese Cooking Class in Nerima, Tokyo (3 Dishes)
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This was a really fun experience. Emi-san was very nice and clearly explained what to do. The resulting curry was very delicious. I have also very much enjoyed the goma-ae. It is a really delicious side dish that I will include in my meals now! Totally recommend this experience to anyone who enjoys curry or would like to discover it.
Laurence Marcotte
February 17, 2024
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Emi was extremely friendly and welcoming. We enjoyed learning the details and nuances of making tonkatsu curry. It was by far one of our most memorable experiences while in Japan.
Cameron Bricker
September 30, 2023
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Choose From Several Curry Cooking Classes in Japan

A stew of vegetables like onion, potatoes, and carrot, enveloped in a thick, hearty sauce, Japanese curry is the epitome of comfort food. It’s completely different from its Indian counterpart; Japanese curry is uniquely Japanese. Slightly sweet, often with fruity notes, and very savory, Japanese curry often draped over rice or paired with udon noodles. Considered a yoshoku (Western food) dish, Japanese curry came to Japan by way of Britain. Unlike Indian curry, Japanese curry is on the sweeter side, and much less spicy. The mild spice level makes it perfect for those who can’t handle spicy dishes. During these curry cooking classes in Japan, you’ll learn how to make mouthwatering Japanese curry. Maybe you’ll top your Japanese curry with a tonkatsu pork cutlet, or maybe you’ll make the classic curry rice dish. Whatever curry cooking class in Japan you join, you’ll be sure to come away with a full, satisfied belly and a tasty new recipe to make for your family and friends back home.