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Home visit and customized cooking class with Mari This cooking class is not provided at cooking studio but at home of instructor, so the atmosphere is more friendly and family like. he guests will be able to experience authentic Japanese cooking classes and friendly home visit in 2-3 hours. The foods will be arranged on the basis of your specific request, if you are the first group to book. The place of this class is at the central area of the Tokyo. 5 minutes from Tsukiji Fish market on foot, 15-20 minutes from Shinjuku/ Shibuya/ Asakusa/ Tokyo/ Ginza/ Roppongi stations on train. This class "Cooking with Mari" and Mari herself was introduced by some media. For instance, this class was ranked 5 of the most popular activities on Tripadvisor in 2012 and also introduced as "20 ways to make friends in Tokyo" by Timeout Magazine which is one of the major travel guide publishers. Overview: This class will be customized only for you. Please ask the instructor what you want to learn, cook, or eat. Depending the menus the content of the cooking varies. Examples of the menus of Japanese dishes: You will cook 1 main dish, 1 side dish, Miso soup, Soup stock, and Japanese rice. The example of the main menus are as following, but please request anything you want to cook even if it is not listed below. Sushi Roll Gyoza Okonomiyaki Tempura Bento Udon Sashimi Karaage Teriyaki Oyako-don Tamagoyaki Onigiri (Omusubi) Tonkatsu (Katsu) or katsudon Sukiyaki Duke-don Saba no Misoni Gyudon Takikomi Gohan and so on... Examples of the menus of Japanese Vegetarian dishes: You will cook 1 main dish, 2 side dish, Miso soup, Soup stock, and Japanese rice. The example of the main menus are as following, but please request anything you want to cook even if it is not listed below. Okonomiyaki Vegetable Sushi roll Teriyaki Tofu Steak Iri-dofu Agedashi Dofu Simmered Koya-dofu with vegetable Vegetable Sushi roll Tofu Karaage and so on... Examples of the menus of Japanese Sweets: The example of the menus are as following, but please request anything you want to cook even if it is not listed below. Daifuku Maccha(Green tea) Roll Dango of some kinds of taste Language: English. I worked and studied in California and after that worked for Inter national school in Tokyo. Schedule: Please contact me for the details. Duration is about 2-3 hours and lunch class starts at 9:30am, dinner class starts at 16:30pm. Meeting place: Exit 5 at the Shintomicho Station(Y20, Yurakucho-Line) which is at Tokyo midtown area near to Tsukiji Fish Market and Ginza area. a. 5 minutes from Tsukiji station to Shintomicho station on foot. b. 10 minutes by metro from Ginza station c. 20 minutes from Shinjuku Station d. 10 minutes from Tokyo station e. 15-20 minutes from Shibuya station f. 25-30 minutes from Asakusa station What comes to mind when you think of Japanese food? Sushi? Natto? Tofu? These are all typical of a basic Japanese diet, but there's actually more than meets the eye. That is...Japanese food is often prepared differently depending on the season! By frequently mixing up the diet, many Japanese people have kept healthy while developing a wide range of dishes. With this plan, we'll teach you the basics as well as more difficult methods of preparing a Japanese-style dish. The food isn't fancy, but that's what's special about Japanese food! 1) We'll explain the cooking methods. 2) We'll introduce you to the many vegetables that are in season. 3) Cook! 4) Enjoy the meal!

Home visit and customized cooking class with Mari This cooking class is not provided at cooking studio but at home of instructor, so the atmosphere is more friendly and family like. he guests will be able to experience authentic Japanese cooking classes and friendly home visit in 2-3 hours. The foods will be arranged on the basis of your specific request, if you are the first group to book. The place of this class is at the central area of the Tokyo. 5 minutes from Tsukiji Fish market on foot, 15-20 minutes from Shinjuku/ Shibuya/ Asakusa/ Tokyo/ Ginza/ Roppongi stations on train. This class "Cooking with Mari" and Mari herself was introduced by some media. For instance, this class was ranked 5 of the most popular activities on Tripadvisor in 2012 and also introduced as "20 ways to make friends in Tokyo" by Timeout Magazine which is one of the major travel guide publishers. Overview: This class will be customized only for you. Please ask the instructor what you want to learn, cook, or eat. Depending the menus the content of the cooking varies. Examples of the menus of Japanese dishes: You will cook 1 main dish, 1 side dish, Miso soup, Soup stock, and Japanese rice. The example of the main menus are as following, but please request anything you want to cook even if it is not listed below. Sushi Roll Gyoza Okonomiyaki Tempura Bento Udon Sashimi Karaage Teriyaki Oyako-don Tamagoyaki Onigiri (Omusubi) Tonkatsu (Katsu) or katsudon Sukiyaki Duke-don Saba no Misoni Gyudon Takikomi Gohan and so on... Examples of the menus of Japanese Vegetarian dishes: You will cook 1 main dish, 2 side dish, Miso soup, Soup stock, and Japanese rice. The example of the main menus are as following, but please request anything you want to cook even if it is not listed below. Okonomiyaki Vegetable Sushi roll Teriyaki Tofu Steak Iri-dofu Agedashi Dofu Simmered Koya-dofu with vegetable Vegetable Sushi roll Tofu Karaage and so on... Examples of the menus of Japanese Sweets: The example of the menus are as following, but please request anything you want to cook even if it is not listed below. Daifuku Maccha(Green tea) Roll Dango of some kinds of taste Language: English. I worked and studied in California and after that worked for Inter national school in Tokyo. Schedule: Please contact me for the details. Duration is about 2-3 hours and lunch class starts at 9:30am, dinner class starts at 16:30pm. Meeting place: Exit 5 at the Shintomicho Station(Y20, Yurakucho-Line) which is at Tokyo midtown area near to Tsukiji Fish Market and Ginza area. a. 5 minutes from Tsukiji station to Shintomicho station on foot. b. 10 minutes by metro from Ginza station c. 20 minutes from Shinjuku Station d. 10 minutes from Tokyo station e. 15-20 minutes from Shibuya station f. 25-30 minutes from Asakusa station What comes to mind when you think of Japanese food? Sushi? Natto? Tofu? These are all typical of a basic Japanese diet, but there's actually more than meets the eye. That is...Japanese food is often prepared differently depending on the season! By frequently mixing up the diet, many Japanese people have kept healthy while developing a wide range of dishes. With this plan, we'll teach you the basics as well as more difficult methods of preparing a Japanese-style dish. The food isn't fancy, but that's what's special about Japanese food! 1) We'll explain the cooking methods. 2) We'll introduce you to the many vegetables that are in season. 3) Cook! 4) Enjoy the meal!

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