Durch ihre unglaubliche Diversität ist die japanische Hauptstadt ein Paradies für Liebhaber der japanischen Kultur und Küche. Von Tradition zur Moderne, von modernster Technik zu historischen Tempeln, von klassischen Teezeremonien zu skurrilen Cafés - Tokio weiß zu faszinieren! Gleiches gilt für japanische Gerichte - ob Bento Boxen, Sushi oder Ramen! In unseren Kochkursen erhältst du, oftmals in heimischer Atmosphäre, authentische Einblicke in die Esskultur Japans und erkundest die Geheimnisse der japanischen Küche durch Rezepte, die von Generation zu Generation weitergegeben wurden.
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The instructor was extremely kind, patient, amiable and very very hospitable. She picked us up from the station, prepared the ingredients and guided us step by step as well as shared her calligraphy talents with us. It was a very creative, fun, extraordinary class! The food we made was also very delicious and healthy. We all enjoyed her special recipes that’s very different from what I had in restaurants. Definitely a five star ⭐️ to her!!!
Mehr anzeigen + Kathryn L. | Sep 2018
Excellent demonstration and interaction with the class.
As the class size is small it felt like you were bring guided through in a supportive way.
Whilst a confirmed carnivore there were great tips for vegetarian alternatives.
It was the highlight of my trip to Japan!
Mehr anzeigen + Simon A. | Sep 2018
"Amazing and memorable"
The class experience is the greatest time in our journey. Teacher Yumi-san is a very friendly and caring person. We are impressed by her passion to cooking and Japanese food culture. The class is well-prepared and smooth. It is not only a cooking class, but also a cultural exchange!
Mehr anzeigen + Janice L. | Sep 2018
"A delicious moment"
Cooking a meal with Sato offers a unique experience that is disappearing in our times. We are offered the opportunity to learn to get more familiar with new ingredients and food while working with Sato, by helping him prep, cook and present a Japanese home-cooked meal. Sato is offering recipes that not only offer comfort, but are also delicious and beautiful. This is not food that we would find necessarily in restaurants. This is food that has been cooked daily over several generations, and which has been passed on to him from his grand-grand-mother to his mother. And what he has learned from these generations, he passes on to us his students. This is a style of meal we want to bring home and share with our friends. Sharing the meal prepared together is a real treat and reward, one of the best time we had in Japan.