Perché seguire una lezione di cucina in Tokyo è un Must
The Japanese capital is a concoction of the modern and the traditional, as towering skyscrapers live among historic temples. With a diverse city comes diverse food, and Tokyo arguably offers the best food that Japan has to offer. With our cooking classes we offer many options for you to explore the variety of Japanese food such as Bento box making, sushi making, and ramen making. We offer you to explore the manifold of Japanese food as classes are taught by locals with recipes that have been passed down generations. In some of our cooking classes we even offer visits to a local market to collect your ingredients to cook with.
Lezioni di Cucina a Tokyo
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From the beginning when we first met Emi at the train station to when she walked us through step by step how to make miso soup, classic Japanese omelette, three various types of sushi to even walking us through the supermarket to show us specific teas and soups, we felt so welcomed. She went above and beyond for us. Her English was excellent and had a large range of knowledge about Japanese culture and food. Could not recommend this class enough!
Leggi di Più + Desiree K. | Feb 2020
"Best experience we had in Tokyo"
Loved our cooking class, gorgeous school, delicious food and great teacher. Would highly recommend !!!
Leggi di Più + Elizabeth A. | Gen 2020
"Best experience in Japan so far"
I booked us into this class as a Christmas present. It fell roughly halfway through our 20-odd days in Japan, long enough for us to have tried various types of ramen and gyoza already and be primed to learn how to make them. The location was easy to find from the Asakusa station (a ten min walk through the market streets around the Senso-ji temple). The class itself was an excellent mix of watching the tutor prepare parts of the meal or show us what he prepared the night before (fish broth cannot be rushed!), along with getting to do the important bits (mixing, shaping, and cooking gyoza; constructing the ramen bowl) hands-on ourselves. Putting in some practice runs of flipping the gyoza fry pan before we put any gyoza in the pan was very valuable! We left warm, full, and very happy.
Leggi di Più + Rebecca T. | Gen 2020
"Fantastic Vegan Food"
I took the cooking class with Kaori. She picked me up at the station and first we went to the local supermarket where she showed me the products we would be using and also told me, with what I could substitute it, if I can‘t get it in Germany. Next we went to her house and we cooked a vegan Ramen and Vegan Gyoza. I learned so much that I can also use for other vegan dishes that I cook. It tasted absolutely delicious and we also had some great conversations when we had the great food that we cooked together. Thank you again, Kaori, for the great time and the things I learned. Hope to take another class with you some other time.
Leggi di Più + Sascha K. | Gen 2020
Yumi is a fun-loving and passionate teacher who has selflessly shared so much with me on cooking Japanese cuisine beside Matcha Delight. She didn’t mind at all even when we had exceeded the time duration of the class. She is flexible and teach me using the kind of tools I have at home so that I can replicate it more easily when I go home. Would love to come back again for her other courses!
Leggi di Più + Kian joo T. | Gen 2020
Thanks to Yoshi our multilingual guide into the tsukiji market. Have an answer to every questions, know all the good spots ( enjoyed the samples! And the knives shop! )
The sushi class was great, excellent sushi master. Perfect skills.
My best cooking class experience in Tokyo so far.
Leggi di Più + Benjamin H. | Gen 2020
"The class was wonderful!"
We were welcomed into Nahoko’s fun and quirky kitchen for a lovely evening of learning about Ramen and gyoza. The finished product was delicious and the experience was a delight from beginning to end. Making and tasting fresh noodles was on our bucket list for our trip to Japan and Nahoko came through. My husband, who cooks professionally learned many new tricks. We even got to taste her homemade Miso and learn about the process of creating it from scratch. Highly recommend!