“Okonomiyaki” 「お好み焼き」 is a causal Japanese food cooked on an iron griddle. Its main ingredients are wheat flour, eggs, vegetables, meat and/or seafood. A mixture of these ingredients is flattened and shaped into a round shaped and cooked similarly as pancakes on the iron griddle.
The word “Okonomi” means ‘your choice’ and “yaki” means cook or grill. As this wording suggests, wide variety of styles of “Okonomiyaki” dish is available throughout the country – the famous ones, Kansai style and Hiroshima style.
Please try this casual food in one of many “Okonomiyaki” shops in Japan, where you can enjoy cook-it-for-yourself in your own way at the customer table!
For this course, we'll use a common market noodle.
Meeting point is at the Tobu Hikifune Station.
You will receive the confirmation of your booking's availability within 24 hours. Once confirmed, please present your booking reference number at the cooking school.
Full refund will be issued for cancellation made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
Chef Masako is a lively and typical example of what we say cooking is not only a process of preparing food but also an art of enjoying life to the full. After the cooking class, we realized that cooking with Chef Masako is one of the best ways to reduce our stresses, making our trip to Tokyo so special. We definitely will join her class in our next trip to Japan.