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  • Yuki Yuki

    Cook a Beautiful Japanese Meal For Beginners

    Cook a Beautiful Japanese Meal For Beginners Keiko was really awesome host!
    Even though it was the first time for me to cook,I got to make traditional Japanese meals and it was actually delicious thanks to Keiko. Keiko was very patient and friendly and you can also enjoy how it looks like to cook in Japanese local house through her lesson.
    Now I became very confident with cooking!
    I will recommend Keiko's lesson to my friends :)

  • 花

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo i would love to do it again in the future for different season and different style she was very nice and patience. I would recommend it to others and friends it was also a very good price!

  • Elizabeth Anne Elizabeth Anne

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo

    Try Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) making & Matcha, Tokyo Yuriko was a wonderful host, as she picked me up from the train station! I'm somewhat shy but we held nice conversations throughout the activity. Her English is great, I had no trouble understanding her and vice versa.

    Yuriko offered me tea and we watched a PowerPoint on Wagashi to start the activity. It was short but very informative!

    The activity is very enjoyable if you like baking or cooking and allows you to be creative! We dyed dough for the Wagashi, so it was a lot of fun making the colours of autumn leaves.

    The activity ends with an informal tea ceremony, as Yuriko will explain her actions during it. The tea she served wasn't as bitter as other green teas, which I really appreciated.

    Overall, it's a great activity to enjoy Japanese culture. Don't be concerned with the distance! It is the perfect activity to pair with the Ghibli museum as the two are 20min apart by walking.

    10/10 on all aspects :)

  • Harlan Harlan

    Authentic Japanese Home Cooking Class in Roppongi, Tokyo!

    Authentic Japanese Home Cooking Class in Roppongi, Tokyo! We had a great time learning to cook Japanese dishes with Ai! A highlight of our trip to Japan.
    We cooked teriyaki salmon, fried lotus root cakes with dashi sauce, and ton jiru (pork and vegetable miso soup). Ai's directions were really clear and simple, she is a great teacher. The final meal was very delicious and we think we will have no trouble recreating it again back home thanks to Ai's careful instruction and provided recipes! After lunch Ai took us to a nearby supermarket to show us what we would need to buy to make the dishes. While we were there she also helped us with a couple of other supermarket items we needed - help we certainly needed and greatly appreciated.
    Ai herself is lovely and a great host. She is the kind of interesting and dynamic person with whom you could easily talk for many hours. When she learnt that we were on our honeymoon she made an effort to congratulate us. It was truly heartwarming and we'll never forget it!
    If you're in Tokyo and you like to cook and meet new people, book a class with Ai. You'll love it!

  • Linda Linda

    Join a Miso making workshop & Japanese home cooking in Tokyo

    Join a Miso making workshop & Japanese home cooking in Tokyo Yuiko was a wonderful, knowledgeable and generous instructor! Her prep work prior to the workshop and excellent English resulted in an engaging and informative workshop. Can't wait to see how the miso we made turns out in a year and to make it at home again!

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