Takoyaki is a snack of chopped octopus placed in a batter of flour, egg, and dashi soup stock and fried. If you don't like octopus, you can change it to sausage, corn, or other ingredients.
The batter is poured onto a griddle with circular molds, then octopus is added along with red pickled ginger, spring onions, cabbage, and deep-fried tempura batter. When the batter is partially cooked, use a pick to roll it. Continue rolling until it forms a rounded shape. Once rounded and cooked, transfer them to a plate and serve with sauce. Red pickled ginger, pickled in plum vinegar, adds a delightful sour taste. This ingredient is a crucial addition to various Japanese flour-based dishes, enhancing flavor as a seasoning.
Tenkasu consists of spherical pieces of deep-fried tempura batter, created from a blend of flour, egg, and water. Rich in umami, tenkasu serves as a versatile ingredient, utilized not only in takoyaki but also in okonomiyaki.
11:30 am: Pick you up at Katsura Station (Hankyu Railway)
11:45 am: Start the cooking session and eat what you have prepared.
1:00 pm: Take you up at Katsura Station (Hankyu Railway)or Katsuragawa Station(JR)
4:30 pm: Pick you up at Katsura Station (Hankyu Railway)
4:45 pm: Start the cooking session and eat what you have prepared.
6:00 pm: Take you up at Katsura Station (Hankyu Railway) or Katsuragawa Station.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
Shimotsubayashi, Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
When you exit the ticket gate at Katsura Station (Hankyu Railway), head to the right and come down the stairs or escalator. In front of the taxi or bus stand at the EAST EXIT. On your right is a Japanese fast-food restaurant called "Naka-u". 「なか卯」 Please wait in front of it.