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Experience Japanese life in Tokyo!! Lets cook Japanese traditional food inside of a Japanese home with Yuka (Japanese chef)! Here is the opportunity to cook several tantalizing Japanese dishes including: Sushi, Teriyaki and delicious Gyoza...more
1-chome Takanawa | Meeting point : Shirokane-takanawa station Namboku-Line / Toei-Mita-Line, Minato 108-0072, Tokyo Prefecture
We had a wonderful time with Yuka learning how to make sushi. Not only do you learn how to make amazing sushi, but Yuka herself is so fun and gives you a lot of insight into Tokyo and Japanese culture. Highly recommend if you have...More
Wow... where to even begin?! Yuka is the best!! I signed my mom and I up for the sushi cooking class with Yuka, and we had such a fun and educational time with her. From the moment she met us (along with a young couple...More
Yuka is energized, knowledgeable, and a lot of fun! She has a great sense of humor and also taught us a lot about various ingredients and methods for cooking gyoza, wagyu beef, and miso soup. I would highly recommend this class!
My partner and I signed up for the okonomi-yaki class looking to try a part of Japanese cuisine we hadn't experienced before. The class takes place in Yuka's apartment, which was clean and welcoming. Yuka, herself, was extremely friendly, hospitable, and patient. Despite our inexperience,...More
We were a total of 7 people (2 + 5) that had a sushi cooking class, and it was really good. The food we got was high quality and what we made was tasty. While we have made sushi at home before (learning from a...More
It was great experience with Chef Yuka, she very talented chef with a vast experience . The sushi cooking class with her was very detailed and she is teaching all the techniques which not offered in other school including how to use knife to cut...More
We wanted to do something beyond the typical tourist attractions and since we enjoy cooking and watching cooking shows on TV, this was a nice departure.
First of all, Yuka speaks English very well. She is very passionate about cooking and explained ingredients and techniques...More
Yuka is an amazing chef and person! Her cooking class was very inspiring, full of energy! Not only she taught us how to make sushi but also told us a lot about the Japanese culture. HIGHLY recommend!!!!!
Yuka was a terrific instructor and we all had a great time! She met us at the subway station and escorted us to her cooking studio. We learned all about ingredients and meaning behind all the cooking elements, making it fun and informative at the...More
In Shinagawa, an office district shares space with luxury residential buildings and the scene is constantly changing with rapid development. Ikedayama park and Togoshi park are great places to see beautiful traditional Japanese gardens with ponds, as well as enjoy the changing seasons. Shinagawa was a post and a port town during the Edo era and the lavish old Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples at Shinagawa
and Ebara are very popular. It's a great place to get in touch with the old Edo atmosphere on a pleasure boat cruising along the canal. The neighboring area around Gotanda station is a study in modern contrasts filled with unique restaurants and a lively nightlife.