Tempura Class Including sashimi & Japanese seasoned rice. Try the savory crispy perfection of Asakusa style tempura!
There is Sashimi cutting taught for this class!
Using Japanese Sashimi knife(Yanagiba Houchou), you can enjoy how to handle the Japanese knife cutting raw fish!! (*Not whole fish, we will cut a part of fish). The kinds of fish depends on the day and season.
What I liked: Cooking in a charming and beautiful kitchen. Everything was very organized and the quality of the ingredients that we cooked with were of the highest quality!
What to know: This cooking class is in an awesome neighborhood called Asakusa. It’s worth taking a little walk around Kappabashi Kitchen Town-- an absolute dream for any chef!
Good for: Small groups or private classes. This is the perfect class for those interested in the techniques of traditional Japanese cooking because everything is so thoroughly explained.
How to get there: A short walk from Tawaramachi or Asakusa metro stations.
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Meet at the cooking school
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
We had a lovely time and enjoyed the class so much!
The school is very nice , the people so kind and professional. The ambient confortable. Good
It was amazing learning experience. I am very thankful that I took my classes with cookly. They are very nice, friendly and professional chef. We were lucky because we work with them one on one and we had a good time while learning with them. I have learned a lot from them and with their facilities. Now I like making my tempura at home and soon will have tempura party with friends. I am proud that I learned from your classes Thank you so much.
Fun and learning for all age groups. Highly recommend also that you visit Kappabashi before or after as very close by and convenient
Everyone in our group had a wonderful time and Masa and Junko were lovely. We all learned so much and will be very happy to show off to our friends with all of these new skills and knowledge about Japanese food.
Really enjoyed this class .. my son and I had a private class.. which was great .. lots delicious food .. in fact way too much food.
Really enjoyed this class. I'm pretty new to even the basics of Japanese cooking. Masa the instructor was both very supportive and shared his knowledge in a very clear fashion. The meal chosen was well designed to facilitate using a variety of different skills (cutting, frying, presentation etc.) We ate the meal at a fairly leisurely pace so I never felt like I was being rushed. really good sake too. Highly recommended.
The host is very friendly. It is not only about cooking but also about learning Japanese culture food knowledge. It is all in English. If you don't know japanese, it is definitely fine to join. At the end of tempura class, we had a glass of sake. The host is also a sake lover and master. End up we spend one more hour having our masterpiece and talk about Japanese wine. It is definitely value to journey!
Highly recommended for young, less young, anyone who likes Japanese food and cooking...
Course is pretty good. Nice experience
I had never made miso from scratch before and they took us through all the steps and it ended up being so easy. And then they took us through all the steps for tempura, I had made tempura before but never quite got it right and got all the extra little tips I needed to really take it to the next level. The primary instructor Hiroko is great with very good English. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is interested in Japanese cooking.