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  • Marcin Marcin

    Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo

    Enjoy Japanese confectionery making in Shibamata area, Tokyo We had a very fun time making Japanese confectionery at "Takagiyashinise". The place was beautiful, the hosts very friendly and we enjoyed everything we got the chance to try. Also the area of Shibamata was lovely, a part of Tokyo that we haven't been to previously and it turned out to have a very distinct atmosphere.

  • Yu-Ning Yu-Ning

    Learn healthy cooking from a Japanese mother near Ginza

    Learn healthy cooking from a Japanese mother near Ginza My 13-year-old son and I had a wonderful time! As soon as the booking was confirmed, Kimiko-san and Narumi-san were prompt in communicating with me to discuss what recipe we would cook on the day, and to give assurance that we would be met at the station. On the day before, there was also a friendly reminder and more detailed instructions about the meeting point at the station. As promised, Narumi-san met us at the meeting point and we were lucky to get a ride from Kimiko-san's husband. It was interesting to be able to have the class at Kimiko-san's apartment as it gave us an opportunity to see how some locals lived. We were very much at ease with Kimiko-san and Narumi-san - both spoke beautiful English and were very warm and also great conversationalists. Once Kimiko-san realised that my son was interested in cooking, she patiently guided him through the food preparation and cooking. She also took care to explain some of principles of Japanese cooking and presentation. We got the chance to learn not just how to make Japanese curry, but also tofu salad with seasonal vegetables and a jelly-like dessert. After lunch when we got to eat what we made, the two ladies kindly brought us to the supermarket across the road to show us the range of curry roux so we could pick up some to try replicating the recipe we learnt at home. Narumi-san then took us on a short walk back to the station. All in all, it was a most delightful experience- highly recommended!

  • Chentsen Chentsen

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo Sumi is a very good teacher who knows how to inspired the student. And also she is very creatively and patient,finally we made a difficult pattern--hydrengea 紫陽花(あじさい)!!!!
    Thank you sumi 老師(teacher)
    Nicki,

  • Edward Edward

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo Yuriko-san is a thoughtful and superb host. She is very fluent in English and lovely to chat to.

    I appreciated the background PowerPoint and video before diving into the activity itself and thought that the informal tea party afterwards was an eye opening experience into the preparation of tea.

    I look forward to working through the other recipes and instructions on her website!

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