Midori Nukumizu is a Kyoto native who has spent many years studying and specializing in South East Asian and Japanese cuisine. Midori has lived in Singapore where she operated a successful cooking studio focusing on Japanese cuisine and South East Asian cuisine. Midori, upon returning to Kyoto, has started a lovely cooking studio called Bunga Hijau. Cooking classes are set in a traditional Kyoto Machiya (Traditional Kyoto House) right in the city! Centrally located in Shijyou Karasuma, Midori offers fun cooking courses that can be customized. It’s a wonderful way to connect with the culture!
We can provide Halal, Kosher, Vegan and Vegetarian menus. We have a prayer room for Muslim people.
If the schedule doesn't fit you, you can suggest another timing in the comments and can create your own schedule.
Please choose one of the menus above.
1) Chicken Teriyaki Set
2) Kansai (West Japan) Street Snack
3) Western Japanese Cuisine
4) Western Japanese Cuisine
5) Maki-Sushi (Roll Sushi)
- If you prefer Halal, Kosher, Vegan or Vegetarian we choose ingredients for your preference -
Point de rencontre à l’école de cuisine
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Full refund will be issued for cancellation made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
I loved. I had amazing times! I learned delicius meals !
I had amazing times. Midori is a great and lovely teacher. She
I had a fabulous day cooking okonomiyaki, takoyaki and gyoza with Midori in her comfortable and well equipped kitchen in Kyoto. Midori made sure that I got plenty of photographs of all the ingredients and techniques so that I would easily be able to applied the recipes at home. It was great having Midori show me the Nishiki market too and she told me about a lot of food and other goods that I may have totally overlooked if I hadn't been with a local. I highly recommend doing the cooking class and market tour with Midori.