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Reviews for 烹饪教室 in 日本

  • Glenn Glenn

    Try to make handmade Udon noodles in Osaka!

    Try to make handmade Udon noodles in Osaka! Had an amazing time and great learning experience with Sally at Udonzin Restaurant in Osaka. She spoke English which made my learning experience more enjoyable and Sally did an awesome job of showing us the inside secrets and techniques of making udon noodles from scratch and then we all ate our delicious udon noodles for lunch. We had two options to enjoy our udon either hot or cold. I chose the hot option with the thin soup broth as shown in my photo and was hands down the best tasting udon i have ever eaten. I would highly recommend taking this class from her as she is a great teacher. I am a professional chef back home in Los Angeles and will share the love to my students next term and what i have learned from Sally was all on point ^_^

  • Paul Paul

    Handmade Soba Lesson in Asakusa

    Handmade Soba Lesson in Asakusa Our host was extremely knowledgeable and informative. It was very impressive to watch him work and to get to take part. Was a real pleasure. We ate at the restaurant after and got to eat some of what we made which was great.

  • ChinYu ChinYu

    Cook and eat Japanese style breakfast in Asakusa

    Cook and eat Japanese style breakfast in Asakusa We are a family of three. We spent a wonderful morning with Matsu-san, making and tasting Japanese everyday food. We learnt a lot and had great fun. Highly recommended. 👍

  • 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!