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  • Daniel Daniel

    Tsukiji Sushi Insider Workshop

    Tsukiji Sushi Insider Workshop Totally recommended. I had been to the Tsukiji market by myself before, but missed all the nuances that an experienced host can provide. We were even shown how to make a fish "angry" (not what it seems, take the tour if curious). The sushi making workshop was great, also. There is much more to making sushi than just placing raw fish on top of rice balls. The rice recipe is crucial, as is the way of rolling and shaping the rice balls and the presentation. Overall a fantastic experience, and got to eat a lot, too. Can't beat that.

  • Muath Muath

    Learn to cook homemade sushi with traditional items (HALAL)

    Learn to cook homemade sushi with traditional items (HALAL) Thank you so much Ms. Mai San,

    It was very great experience to cook Japanese 🏯 food with you.

    To be honest, you should be ready for Japanese food taste if you are not familiar with. It was my first time to eat Japanese food.

    She is very friendly and flexible person. I hope you all can enjoy cooking with her.

    Thank you Ms. Mai San.
    Wish to meet you again....

  • Emi Emi

    Authentic Japanese Home Cooking Class in Roppongi, Tokyo!

    Authentic Japanese Home Cooking Class in Roppongi, Tokyo! She's really nice. Funny, warm and food is tasty.
    We took many food pictures. I've learnt it and my friend is a good photographer.
    She is a good communicator so we really enjoyed!

  • Kristine Kristine

    Learn how to drip the best coffee in Tokyo

    Learn how to drip the best coffee in Tokyo Being a occasional coffee drinker, I always wanted to make my own drip coffee. It's a great experience to be taught how to drip coffee hands on with Fumiko who is very knowledgable and patient. I was first given the chance to taste different kinds of coffee beans (5) and then learn how to drip my own. The cafe is also situated in such a lovely neighborhood with a very relaxing and homey environment. I'm sure I'll visit the shop again soon! Thank you Fumiko and Mui staff for having me!

  • Elizabeth Elizabeth

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo I had a wonderful time during this experience! I arrived at the train station right on time, and the host was waiting there with an umbrella and a Yu-ta Art sign. We walked for maybe 7 minutes to her house, where the class was to take place. I had absolutely no problem communicating with her, and she was very lovely. The set up was very clean and well-organized. My host had prepared several presentations about the history and origins of wagashi, and after we watched them we started making the wagashi! It was winter when I went, so we made narcissus flowers. It was very fun! After we were finished, we had a tea ceremony. All in all, it was a really lovely day! I definitely enjoyed my experience with Yu-ta Art!

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