Gyoza, delectable Japanese dumplings, feature a delicate balance of minced vegetables such as cabbage, spring onion, and tofu encased in a thin flour skin. My family's unique twist involves incorporating shoyu sauce, imparting a subtle yet tantalizing flavor to these delectable parcels.
Ramen (2 Types: Choose 1):
Ramen, a Japanese noodle soup, is elevated in my kitchen with two distinct styles. The first, a comforting miso-based ramen, showcases a harmonious blend of miso paste, vegetables, and tofu, creating a rich and savory broth. The second, a refreshing shoyu ramen, features a soy sauce-infused broth adorned with vibrant vegetables and tofu, providing a lighter yet equally satisfying alternative.
Vegan Japanese Vegetable Curry Rice Bowl:
A rich and flavorful Japanese curry featuring a medley of colorful vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, and bell peppers. The curry is seasoned with a blend of aromatic spices and served over a bed of fluffy Japanese rice, creating a comforting and satisfying bowl.
Stir-fried tofu, a cornerstone of Japanese vegetarian cuisine, is a symphony of textures and tastes. Tofu cubes are skillfully sautéed with an assortment of fresh vegetables, creating a colorful and nutritious medley. The dish is perfected with a savory soy-based glaze, ensuring each bite is a celebration of plant-based goodness.
Miso Soup with Tofu and Wakame:
A classic and heartwarming Japanese staple, our Miso Soup is a comforting blend of traditional flavors. Silken tofu cubes and delicate wakame seaweed gently float in a nourishing broth made from fermented miso paste. The miso imparts a savory depth, while the tofu adds a silky texture and the wakame contributes a touch of oceanic umami. This soul-soothing soup, served with a sprinkling of green onions, offers a harmonious balance of simplicity and complexity, making it a perfect start or accompaniment to your vegetarian Japanese culinary experience.
My 15+ years of expertise in crafting vegetarian Japanese cuisine have honed my skills in creating an array of delectable dishes. Embark on a plant-powered journey through the artistry of Japanese cuisine with a menu that celebrates the richness of vegan and vegetarian flavors.
Menu 1: "GYOZA RAMEN SYMPHONY"
Begin your culinary journey with the timeless MISO SOUP with TOFU and Wakame—a classic that embodies the essence of Japanese comfort, marrying traditional miso with the silkiness of tofu and the sea-kissed notes of wakame.
Indulge in the symphony of flavors with our GYOZA , delicate dumplings that dance with minced vegetables like cabbage, spring onion, and tofu. A dash of special dipping sauce adds a unique twist, creating a tantalizing experience for your taste buds.
Choose a companion from our RAMEN duo, each a masterpiece in its own right—either the comforting ‘MISO BASE’ ramen or the refreshing ‘SHOYU’ ramen, both adorned with vibrant vegetables such as lotus root(Renko ), bamboo shoot (takenoko), moyashi, spring onions , kale etc and silken tofu.
Kind gesture for our guests:
Complimentary: SALAD & ICECREAM
Menu 2: "HARMONY IN A BOWL"
Begin your culinary journey with the timeless Miso Soup with Tofu and Wakame—a classic that embodies the essence of Japanese comfort, marrying traditional miso with the silkiness of tofu and the sea-kissed notes of wakame.
Savor the rich Vegan Japanese VEGETABLE CURRY RICE Bowl, a tapestry of colors and flavors featuring carrots, potatoes, mushroom, eggplant, lotus root etc.
Complement this with the STIR FRIED TOFU flavored with garlic and chilli oil, a celebration of textures and tastes where tofu cubes waltz with fresh vegetables in a savory and spicy soy-based glaze.
(Pls note Spice level can be changed or omitted.)
Kind gesture for our guests Complimentary : SALAD & ICECREAM
Immerse yourself in the tranquility of plant-based Japanese cuisine, where each dish is a brushstroke in a painting of mindful gastronomy.
We will provide you with the glossary list which is easily available at any Japanese store.
Hello. My name is Amita. I am
an Indian vegetarian. I have been interested in cooking since I was 15 years old and still cooking almost everyday. I have been living in Japan for the past 25+ years and vegetarian food not very easily available here, I cook a variety of cuisine including Indian , Mexican Japanese etc.. Therefore, for vegetarian/ vegan Japanese cuisine, I think that I can make most menus. I like to touch different cultures, so I'd like to talk with people from various countries. If we can meet, I’d like to enjoy Language Exchange too. My home is in Asakusabashi which is famous as a sightseeing spot. I can also introduce interesting shopping spots and delicious restaurants in Tokyo.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Asakusabashi : 5mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
Duration of this cooking class is 2.5 hours.
Yes, Vegetarian and Vegan Wonders in Japanese Cuisine has a vegetarian option.
Please go to Asakusabashi which takes 5 mins from Asakusabashi . Then Amita (host) will pick you up there!
It costs 6500 per person.
Up to 6 people can join Amita's cooking class.
Yes, Vegetarian and Vegan Wonders in Japanese Cuisine has a vegan option.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
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Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.