Izakaya is a part of Japanese food culture. Izakaya is a place where you can enjoy delicious dishes to go with your drinks at a reasonable price.
In this lesson, you will learn how to enjoy Japanese Izakaya culture while in your own country. Izakaya has a lot of interesting foods that is unique to Japan.
When you take your seat, you will be given a hand towel called "oshibori". You will also be given a small plate called "otoshi".
I hope that while cooking, you will learn izakaya manners with us and enjoy the atmosphere as if you were actually in the izakaya.
This dish is called a speed menu in Japan.
At izakaya, the first thing when you take your seat is order a drink.
Then order a dish that can be prepared quickly so that it can be enjoyed with your drink.
That’s why it is called a speed menu.
Tonpeiyaki is cabbage and pork in egg.
It is eaten with sauce and mayonnaise.
Yakitori is a typical izakaya dish.
Grill the chicken on bamboo skewers.
10:45 am: Meet at Hoshigaoka station
11:00 am: Introduction of today’s recipes and preparation
11:15 am: Demonstration and cooking lesson
12:45 pm: Tasting party
1:30 pm: End of class
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
182 Meitou Honmachi, Meitou-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Meet up at Hoshigaoka station (Higashiyama line). My place is about 10 minutes walk from the station.