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KYOTO

Bento Making Class in Kyoto

Learn about the essential components of washoku (Japanese cuisine) during this bento making class in Kyoto. Make a balanced meal of six different dishes including tempura, teriyaki chicken, and miso soup, with your friendly cooking teacher.
from ¥10,100
(11)
With green tea
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Authentic Japanese Sushi Cooking Class in Kyoto

In historic Kyoto, renowned for its picturesque temples and shrines, learn how to make two types of sushi (sushi rolls and round temari-zushi) and the soup stock dashi, which forms the foundation of many Japanese dishes.
from ¥9,200
(11)
Learn etiquette
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Traditional Japanese Wagashi Making Class in Kyoto

Japan’s cultural capital is the perfect place to learn to make “wagashi,” the traditional Japanese confections made of sweet bean paste and mochi. Join this workshop with an experienced wagashi teacher and make your own artistic and delicious sweets!
from ¥6,300
(5)
With green tea
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Izakaya Food Cooking Class in Kyoto

Love izakaya (Japanese pub) foods? This cooking class in Kyoto will teach you how to make a variety of dishes that pair perfectly with sake and beer! Enjoy the cozy, homey atmosphere and learn about the foundational ingredients of Japanese cuisine.
from ¥10,100
(9)
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Seasonal Home Cooking Class in Kyoto

Delve into Japanese home cooking at a family house located only 10 minutes from the Kyoto Botanical Gardens. Guided by a local cooking instructor, you’ll prepare an appetizing lunch using seasonal and organic ingredients.
from ¥8,000
(1)
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Kyoto Cooking Class: Vegan Sushi With a Professional Chef

Learn how to make vegan sushi with a professional English-speaking sushi chef in Kyoto! Make eight types of sushi using two types of rice (germinated & white), cultivate lifelong cooking skills, & then enjoy your handmade sushi lunch.
from ¥10,000
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Would highly recommend the Nerikiri making class with Nariko. Super experienced in the kitchen, great with people, obviously loves what she's doing. Our sweets turned out even better then expected.
Bertold Krausz
April 22, 2024
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Make Japanese Sweets (Nerikiri) & Matcha with Nariko (Kyoto)
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This cooking class was one of our favorite things during our trip to Japan!! We learned so much and had a blast cooking everything. The team was organized and had vegetarian options ready. Would definitely do again!!!
Appalachia Sanford
April 16, 2024
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Izakaya Food Cooking Class in Kyoto
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Our cooking class with Aki was nothing short of exceptional. We really enjoyed cooking authentic japanese family recipes and learning about the traditional ingredients. Aki chose amazing vegetarian dishes and also prepared a meat dish. Aki is an amazing host and great cook and it was our pleasure to get to know her and learn from her. The 3 hours flew by and at the end there was more than enough delicious food to eat. This cooking class was honestly one of the best experiences of our entire 2 week Japan trip and we highly recommend Aki’s cooking class!
Kerstin Wohlleber
April 16, 2024
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Seasonal Home Cooking Class in Kyoto
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Superb experience, Yasue had prepared everything in advance, she gave us clear instructions and helped make this class fun and interactive - my children loved it and it was a very unique experience, I highly recommend it!
Fraiberger
April 14, 2024
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Traditional Japanese Wagashi Making Class in Kyoto
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The nerikiri making class with Nariko is the most fun activity we have done in Japan. The entire family loved it, from my husband and I to our 11 and 14 year olds. The class consisted of 7 people. Nariko had the dough pre-prepared, so we got to do the fun part. She is polite, patient and I am so impressed by how well structured and clear her instructions are. Looking at the beautiful examples of nerikiri Nariko made, I really did not think I would be able to make mine look anything like that, but the way she taught us helped all of us in the class create nerikiri that, although a far cry from her perfect ones, looked quite pretty! After finishing the nerikiri, Nariko taught us how to make matcha tea. Not all the formal, traditional steps, because we focussed our time on the nerikiri, but enough to get foaming matcha to drink while eating one of the nerikiri we made. It was lovely to chat with Nariko and the other students while eating dessert. My daughter has already decided she is going to make nerikiri for her birthday party when we get back home! We will be looking out for Nariko’s classes again the next time we are in Japan. Nariko, you are amazing. Thank you for a wonderful time!
Vivien Ling
April 06, 2024
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Make Japanese Sweets (Nerikiri) & Matcha with Nariko (Kyoto)
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Enroll in Top Vegan Cooking Classes in Kyoto

Cooking can be stressful for some and therapeutic for others, but in Kyoto it is certainly considered as an art form. Made from seasonal products that are locally harvested, many typical dishes of local food in Kyoto are inherently vegan. Using seaweed, root vegetables, and tofu that’s regionally famous, Kyoto cooking combines a lot of vegan elements across many dishes in delicious ways. You can learn how to make vegan versions of the exquisite Kyo Ryori or Kyoto cuisine by joining one of our exciting vegan cooking class in Kyoto! Kyoto is also the birthplace of the plant-based Japanese Buddhist cuisine, Shojin Ryori, so it is the perfect place to learn how to make the most of the abundant local produce.

The cultural capital of Japan certainly seems fitting to learn about vegan ingredients and apply new skills as you cook your own vegan creations. Wagashi is another example of traditionally plant-based foods in Japan, made from bean paste and rice flours. Kyoto takes a certain pride it is local sweets, called Kyogashi, and you can learn to make your own in a wagashi making class in Kyoto! You can also learn to prepare powdered matcha during a tea ceremony class, or make a traditional bento box from vegan ingredients. Vegan ramen and vegan sushi? It’s all possible, and more! Check out our vegan cooking classes in Kyoto, or regular cooking classes that offer delicious vegan alternatives.