Kyoto Cooking Class
Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni

Sushi   Kyoto


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Vegetarian

1.5 hours

Max 5 guests

Market Visiting






Cooking Class Menu

Kyoto-style Inari-sushi and Kyoto-style zoni (white miso sauce)

※This lesson uses bonito stock, so it is not suitable for vegans or vegetarians.


Kyoto-style Inari is a fried Tofu that Kyoto people love.
Fried food is a food made by frying thinly sliced tofu in oil.
Unlike tofu, it uses thinly sliced tofu, so the insides are deep-fried, and it is often eaten as a daily side dish, either grilled or boiled, or stuffed with various things inside.

This fried food is cooked with soy sauce, dashi, mirin, sake, and sugar until it's sweet and spicy, then wrapped with sushi rice inside, and is called Inari sushi.

In Kyoto, it is affectionately called "Oinari-san".

When you bite into it, the soup stock oozes out in your mouth and combines with the sushi rice, making it an irresistibly delicious dish.

  • Inari Sushi

    Inari Sushi

    Inarizushi is stuffed in seasoned Aburaage tofu pouch. Inarizushi is technically sushi, but it is not something you order at nice sushi restaurants. It is easily found at supermarket delis, but, as you know, home made is the best. Inarisushi is a very casual food and a perfect lunch for picnics because it’s best eaten right from your hands.

  • Rice

    Rice

    Rice is a staple food in Japan. In all most every family, there is a rice cooker. There is variety of Japanese rice brands such as Koshihikari and Hitomebore.

  • Sake

    Sake

    Japanese popular alcoholic drink must be Sake, or called Nihonshu, made from fermented rice. The foundation of good sake is quality rice, clean water, koji mold and yeast. Premium sake differentiates itself in quality of ingredients and production process, so that flavors ranges light and crisp to richer, fruity notes.

Cooking Class Information

Kyoto-style Inari is a fried Tofu that Kyoto people love.
Fried food is a food made by frying thinly sliced tofu in oil.
Unlike tofu, it uses thinly sliced tofu, so the insides are deep-fried, and it is often eaten as a daily side dish, either grilled or boiled, or stuffed with various things inside.

This fried food is cooked with soy sauce, dashi, mirin, sake, and sugar until it's sweet and spicy, then wrapped with sushi rice inside, and is called Inari sushi.

In Kyoto, it is affectionately called "Oinari-san".

When you bite into it, the soup stock oozes out in your mouth and combines with the sushi rice, making it an irresistibly delicious dish.

In Kyoto, ozoni, which is drunk during the New Year, is served with sweet white miso and rice cake inside.

During the cold winter months in Kyoto, the sweet white miso ozoni will warm you from the inside out.


About Host



I was born and grew up in Kyoto.
I would like you to taste the taste of vegetables and rice which are harvested in this place.

I believe that Japanese food should be casual and daily food. So I want to cook with the japanese dish whichi is focused on the taste od the material itself, harvested for local cconsumption and healthy for your body.


Area



The closest station

Iwakura Station




How to get to the station?

From Kyoto Station : 30mins





Exact location provided after booking.


FAQ about Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni | Cooking class by YUKO

  • How long is this cooking class by YUKO?

    Duration of this cooking class is 1.5 hours.

  • Is Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni available for vegans?

    Yes, Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni has a vegan option.

  • What is the maximum capacity of YUKO's cooking class?

    Up to 5 people can join YUKO's cooking class.

  • Is Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni available for vegetarians?

    Yes, Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni has a vegetarian option.

  • How much does it cost to join Kyoto-style Inari sushi (Oinari-san)and Kyoto-style white miso zoni?

    It costs 8800 per person.

Additional cooking class information

  • Confirmation

    You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.

  • Payment

    We accepts these cards on airKitchen.

  • Cancellation

    Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.


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