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  • esther esther

    Create cartoon food art with a chef in Tokyo

    Create cartoon food art with a chef in Tokyo Not bad for a first go ! We had a great time thank you very much Matthew (8) said he would recommend it to everyone. The best bit was that you could eat your hard work it was delicious 😋

  • Sarah Sarah

    Cook and eat Japanese style breakfast in Asakusa

    Cook and eat Japanese style breakfast in Asakusa Matsu san met me at my hotel and walked me to his apartment for my "Breakfast in Asakusa." Matsu san and his son made me feel very welcome in their modern Japanese apartment. I felt more like an honored guest than a customer. I learned how to make tamagoyaki correctly. Also, as the only guest that morning, I was able to follow what was going on in the kitchen easily. Seeing dashi made is much clearer than a recipe. You get full instructions and recipes. And if his son is there he will be the one to show you how to make an origami name-tag! It was a wonderful experience. Arigatou Matsu san!

  • Sin Chi Sin Chi

  • Ting Ting

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo Sumiko san was being very hospitable and welcomed me at the metro station.
    She was patient during the all session and gave helpful tips for making Nerikiri.
    As an unaccompanied traveller, this was a lovely moment to stay at Sumiko's house and learn something unknown.
    Many thanks for the host Sumiko.
    Have a nice day!

  • Michiko Eugenia Michiko Eugenia

    Try Nerikiri Wagashi (Japanese sweet) making & Matcha, Tokyo

    Try Nerikiri Wagashi (Japanese sweet) making & Matcha, Tokyo We are four women interested in wagashi making so this session was perfect. The activity was as described...organized and informative.The session was relaxing and gave us an appreciation for wagashi making and the ritual of the tea ceremony.The added bonus is Yuriko’s you tube clips.We now are eager to make wagashi on our own.