After we introduce ourselves, I will give you English-language recipes for what you will be learning to cook. It has been my pleasure to teach cooking to as many people as I can. During the New Year holiday, we all eat traditional Japanese dishes called osechi—something like what you eat for Thanksgiving or other special occasions. I have been teaching cooking to students for over 10 years, and have taught over 300 recipes. If you want to learn casual home cooking, that is available too—or if you have any requests, I can change the menu or ingredients for you. Dishes include grilled fish, tempura (kakiage), carrot and burdock (kinpira), sweetened potato (daigaku imo), cooked sushi (takikomi sushi), miso soup, and Japanese siratama dango with kinako powder—a total of seven dishes.
Osechi dishes If you have any dietary request, please let me know in advance. We can change to home cooking if you wish.
Tea Tea, coffee, and water are available.
I have been teaching cooking for more than 10 years. Cooking has been my passion. I am a food advisor. Many of my Japanese students want to learn western cooking, so I teach that to my Japanese students while I teach Japanese home cooking to foreign students. I would like you to learn about Japanese culture through my cooking experience. I believe food is also a part of our wonderful culture.
후기 페이지 탐색 섹션
This experience takes place at my home in Roppongi Minato-ku, a five-minute walk from Roppongi Station. If you have time, please visit Mori Garden, a Japanese garden in Roppongi Hills, a short walk from my residence.
알아두어야 할 사항
최대 6명, 만 12세 이상만 참석 가능
정부 발급 신분증
신분증상의 사진과 대조할 수 있는 본인 사진을 찍어야 합니다. 이를 통해 에어비앤비가 체험에 참가하는 게스트를 확인할 수 있습니다. 이 절차는 한 번만 완료하시면 됩니다.
Bring an apron and hand towel—or you can use one of mine. If you have any dietary requests, allergies, or restrictions, please let me know in advance. Vegetarian and vegan dishes are also available.
Cook traditional dishes with a teacher