Udon is a kind of Japanese noodle, which is very popular and common in Japan. In this course, you will make Udon from scratch. After you make udon, you will begin to cook Nigujaga (beef simmers with onion) .
NOTE: If you are vegetarian or vegan, or you can't eat beef, please let us know in advance.
Meeting point is at JR Ibaraki Station.
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My friend and I joined Sho's class during our stay in Osaka, and we enjoyed. Sho has studied at culinary school before and he is knowledgeable on Japanese food. The class is fun, and the Udon making process is actually easier than I thought, and I am sure everyone can handle it. We will definitely join his class again when we visit Osaka!
What an amazing experience ! We cooked in family, with 2 children (7 and 9). We learned how to make udon. Sho was so nice, and such a great teacher. We arrived 30 minutes too late, because we got lost with our car, but he waited for us so nicely. We were very welcome, and our meal was very good. We plan to cook it at home now ! Thank you so much Sho. All our family recommends !
Sho, thank you so much for a fantastic morning. Flora and I really enjoyed ourselves. Your kitchen set up was fantastic and immaculate! You were kind and informative and we learnt a lot from you! I am going to try making udon noodles at home and even that broth that might take a week! Thanks again! We hope this season is nice and busy for you ;-) Caroline (Aussie) Flora (the Brit)
Sha is a good chef, likes pure food& that was just wat we were looking for. We felt really welcome with the beautiful setting of the table, the warm hospitality of Sho & his wife & the nice dish he teached us to make.
Sho was very kind and knowledgeable. We made Udon noodles from scratch and it was so fun! I wish the class were a little bit more hands-on for the other recipes as well. The tempura, the seasonings, the dashi, etc was all pre-made, so if we hadn't asked in detail, we wouldn't know how to recreate them at home. That said, I would definitely recommend the class to any foodies visiting Osaka :)