Emi, Tokyo native, decided to pursue her dream of opening her own cooking school. Previously, she had worked under renowned chefs for a decade, but wanted to combine her passion for cooking with her love of teaching. In the summer of 2017, Emi’s Kitchen officially opened and has been providing cooking classes ever since.
At Emi’s Kitchen, guests will learn how to make many varieties of sushi and other popular home-style Japanese dishes. For example,gyoza dumplings and yellowtail teriyaki.
Most recently, a Brazilian transportation worker also remarked that Japan is one of the leading countries in transporting fresh fish to Brazil. This is because they value the culture of eating raw fish.
Emi’s ultimate goal is that her students enjoy preparing food and learn authentic Japanese home-style cooking. Classes can be conducted in English or Japanese, and are suitable for all levels. Are you ready to get cooking with Emi?
Are you visiting between March and late April? That’s the time of the cherry blossom season. Emi offers a guided walking tour through a local park to enjoy the sakura blossoms along with a cooking class.