Japanese In-Home Cooking Lesson and Meal with a Culinary Expert in Osaka

4 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3 hr

Before you get started with your cooking class, your host Yoko will introduce you to Japanese cooking techniques and the five different tastes. She will also show you key ingredients you will use throughout the cooking process such as seaweed and dried fish. The class will be both - a cooking demonstration and a hands-on class, where Yoko will prep a few things before you get to participate in the cutting and cooking process. You will make 5 different dishes from scratch in your 1.5 hours cooking class!  Yoko is a great teacher and will explain everything thoroughly throughout the entire process. Feel free to ask her more about Japanese cooking styles and don't leave without learning about her secret cooking tips. Book your experience, roll up your sleeves and learn to cook an authentic Japanese meal with Yoko!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Traveling Spoon, Inc

After you meet Yoko at the subway station, she will give you a small tour of her neighborhood. Yoko lives in a simple, clean apartment complex in the city near the Osaka Castle (a big tourist spot). As soon as you enter, Yoko will have slippers ready for you to wear (it is part of Japanese culture to remove your footwear before entering the house). Before you get started with the cooking class, Yoko will introduce you to Japanese cooking techniques and the five different tastes. She will also show you key ingredients you will use throughout the cooking process like seaweed, dried fish, etc. You will then get to put on your aprons and roll up your sleeves to cook with Yoko!

The class will be both a cooking demonstration and a hands-on class, where Yoko will prep a few things before you get to participate in the cutting and cooking process. You will make 5 different dishes from scratch in your 1.5 hours cooking class.

Yoko is a great teacher and will explain everything thoroughly throughout the entire process. Feel free to ask her more about Japanese cooking styles and don't leave without learning about her secret cooking tips!
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