・Homemade Pork Gyoza
・The glass noodle salad
・Fruits in season
Gyoza are dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables. You can eat as a side dish when you go to the Ramen shop in Japan. Similar dishes are eaten in many Asian countries like China, Korea, Mongolia…, but ingredients and cooking methods are different. Typical Japanese Gyoza is pan-frying, so juicy on the inside, crispy and golden brown outside. We’ll teach you how to cook Japanese homemade Gyoza, off course we make Gyoza wrappers from scratch. The ingredients are minced pork, cabbage, Chinese chive and cabbage. We wrap them with thin Gyoza wrappers and pan-fry crisply. Cooking process is fun! After cooking you can eat freshly fried Gyoza dipping vinegar and soy sauce.
I'm Yukari living in Kyoto, working as a food writer for over 10 years. Through my work, I realized I truly realized good aspects of Japanese cuisine such as abundant fresh seasonal ingredients, beautiful presentation, well-balanced menus, and a wide variety of regional food behind its culture more than a thousand years. I also love cooking, so that I started offering a cooking class for foreigners an understanding of Japanese food lot more than Sushi and Ramen. I hope participants to enjoy Japanese home-style cooking you will never have in restaurants.
After lunch, you can go to sightseeing Shisendo, Manshuin or Ginkakuji, Nanzenji near my flat. I can advise you about nice spots for sightseeing or restaurants in Kyoto.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Kawaramachi Station: 15mins
Exact location provided after booking.
Cooking with Yukari was an absolute highlight of our trip in Japan. Our party of 4 varied in skills from absolute beginner to a professional chef and she delgated to the group utilizing our strengths while keeping everyone actively involved. The food we cooked was beyond delicious. Yukari is a professional with amazing recipes! If you are reading this, book your lesson now to make sure you don't miss an incredible lifetime experience!
Response from Yukari
Dear Craig Thank you very much for kindly leaving your review and how nice of you to say that. I am grateful to advertise my cooking class!! I hope you to enjoy home-made Gyoza back in Toronto. If you come up with some questions, please contact me anytime. Good luck! Yukari
Response from Yukari
Duration of this cooking class is 3 hours.
It costs 5600 per person.
Up to 4 people can join Yukari's cooking class.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
We accepts these cards on airKitchen.
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.