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  • Christina Christina

    Make Wagashi! Traditional Japanese Sweets in Tokyo

    S4u1eakypktuse7nakqt I had a great experience learning from Sumi! She is incredibly sweet, welcoming, and helpful. I would definitely recommend attending her class while in Tokyo - it was really great to have someone explain the many different types of wagashi. She answered all of my many questions - and even gave me a recommendation for a great bakery in the city!

  • Laith Laith

    Authentic Japanese Home Cooking Class in Roppongi, Tokyo!

    Cqra2yaziro8euvzuxwi Not in a million years would I have thought that I can make my own sushi..

    Lisa met us at the Roppongi station, welcoming us with a warm, friendly, smile. Lisa spent some time in Los Angeles, her English is perfect, which was great, now, we can focus on the cooking ..

    Lisa (Ai) gave us a hand drawn menu, and the recipes in clear hand writing, we had:

    Sushi - Meshi (Rice in Vinigar)
    Houreshou - Tomayogoshi
    Dashi (Japanese Soup Stock)
    Osuimono (Clear Soup)
    Nasu - Agebitashi (Fried Eggplant with Vinegar Sauce)
    Dashi maki Tamago (Japanese Omelet)
    Fotomaki - Zushi (Thick Roll Sushi)

    Yes Folks, we made all these.

    Lisa is very passionate about the Japanese culture, and it shows, she explained about traditional cooking, the preferred taste for the Japanese palate, we also talked about Tokyo, and its history, all while chopping, heating, and cooking.

    the cooking took us about 2 hours, we then set the table, Lisa brought a bottle of sparkling Sake, we got a six pack of Asahi beer, and we started eating.

    The food tasted great, Lisa put together a winning menu, every dish was a hit, most notable are the Sushi, and Fried Eggplant. After we finished the meal, and had great conversation, we stayed around to help clean a bit, and off we went to Karaoke, just down the street.

    In Summary: A Fantastic experience, I have to rank this experience as one of the biggest highlights of my trip. I learned a lot, I had great conversations, we laughed a lot, all while eating amazing food that we created together... Thank you Lisa, thank you Voyagin.

  • Orin Orin

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo

    Ob8lmahgeduxqbbnvndv I had a lot of fun and learned a lot! The host was very patient, well organized, and kind. Plus, the wagashi were delicious!

    (Also, Kichijoji is near the Ghibli museum and there's a really lovely public park, too.)

  • Helen Helen

    Learn How to Make "Soba" and "Udon" in Kawasaki

    Qpw6a4qzp9dbb4zfmysw Fantastic experience! Keiko is multi talented and speaks fluent English. She cooks, sews and does handcraft. Totally enjoy myself with Keiko. Will go back for more classes! 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

  • Liz Liz

    Explore Tsukiji Fish Market and Make Sushi and Sashimi

    Cihoxsqb6qqkrbkmpb57 Excellent trip!! Hosted by a lovely couple whose have great knowledge of the market!! They showed us a "secret" hideaway to see the view of the whole market from up high. They help us to buy fresh uni from their friend shop and where we used for the class.

    We used very fresh fishes to make sushi and sashimi...we ate fresh oysters and scallops too.

    Defo an experience and tour everyone should try to do

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