Tokyo: Private Japanese Cooking Class in a Local Home

Tokyo: Private Japanese Cooking Class in a Local Home

From $108 per person

Learn to cook family recipes handed down through generations at a private cooking class in a local Japanese home in Tokyo. Share a private, authentic meal that you helped prepare while learning about Japanese culture and cuisine with a fun local.

About this activity

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Duration 3 hours
Starting time 10:30 AM
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Instructor
English, Japanese
Private group

Experience

Highlights
  • Learn family recipes passed down through generations from an expert local cook
  • Savor an authentic Japanese meal that you helped prepare
  • Get a true glimpse into the local cuisine and culture
Full description
Learn to prepare an authentic Japanese meal in an apartment in central Tokyo. Roll up your sleeves as you enter your host's kitchen to make dishes based on traditional family recipes from miso soup to nikujaga and chirashi sushi. Get an introduction to the essential ingredients of Japanese cuisine like dashi, miso and mirin and prepare a meal that will be served on beautiful, Japanese dishes. After cooking together, you will share a delicious homemade meal with your host at the dining table over conversation about food and life in Japan. Feast on authentic Japanese home-cooked dishes such as nikujaga (a dish of meat and potatoes stewed in soy sauce) or seasonal fish (slow-cooked or grilled), eggplant with dengaku miso, dashi egg rolls, homemade miso soup, and dessert. Menu varies based on season and dietary preferences. Leave with new recipes, a full stomach, a true glimpse into a local’s life, and an appreciation of Japanese cuisine and culture.
Includes
  • Private cooking lesson
  • Authentic Japanese lunch
  • Local host
  • Recipes
  • Beverages
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off

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Meeting point

Central Tokyo location. Exact meeting location in neighborhoods of either Shinjuku, Tsukishima or Shibuya will be provided via email upon booking confirmation.

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Important information

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  • Please include any dietary preferences or restrictions when making your reservation request. Menu varies based on season and dietary preferences.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    5.0/5
  • Value for money
    5/5
  • Service
    5.0/5
  • Organization
    5/5
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What a wonderful day!

It was an amazing experience and the host, Makiko, was really kind. As I told her I was crazy about eggplant she prepared a menu based on it. Also we add extraordinary talk about our different cultures while having lunch and tea. I defenetly recommend it to all cooking lovers who wan’t to meet local people.

May 15, 2019

Beautiful moment

Superb welcome and lessons from Chef Sato in his apartment in Tokyo. Fresh products and direct from family production. Miso from a recipe from Sato's grandmother. We made delicious gyozas, we thought we couldn't do it, but thanks to the chef's advice, we succeeded. Superb moment of exchange on our respective countries during the meal. To (absolutely) do.

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July 5, 2018

Super expérience avec Sato san. On a appris à cuisiner des ramens et gyozas. Comme je suis végétarienne, il a adapté les recettes et c’était réussi. Ça avait beaucoup de goût. Pour être honnête, nous avons trouvé que c’était le meilleur ramen et les meilleurs gyozas qu’on a jamais mangés. Et ça fait un an qu’on est au Japon et on a essayé une multitude de restaurants, c’est dire ! Sato san est cool, il nous a mis à l’aise, il nous a expliqué chaque plat, chaque ingrédient... on n’a pas vu le temps passer. Son appart fait aussi parti de l’expérience : petit mais tellement bien organisé. Tout était super bien préparé, y’a vraiment rien à redire. Allez y sans hésiter. D’ailleurs nous allons retourner le voir pour apprendre d’autres plats japonais. Juste un petit conseil : prenez des notes parce que les recettes fournies manquent un peu de détail.

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March 1, 2020

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