Tokyo Cooking Class
Sukiyaki Cooking

Sukiyaki   Edogawa Tokyo
★★★★★ 4


Pick Up


3 hours

Max 10 guests

Market Visiting

Cooking Class Menu


  • Sukiyaki


    Sukiyaki is completely different; the food is cooked in a sweet and salty soy sauce based broth and full of bold flavors straight from the pot. Besides the broth, the pot used to cook sukiyaki is also quite different from shabu shabu. Traditionally it is cooked in a cast iron pot while Shabu Shabu is cooked in a Japanese clay pot called donabe (土鍋), and the thinly sliced beef (but slightly thicker than shabu shabu meat) are seared first in the pot before adding the ingredients and broth. Despite having different flavor and cooking utensils, most Sukiyaki ingredients are similar to Shabu Shabu, such as leafy vegetables, tofu, shiitake mushrooms, and so on.

Cooking Class Information

‘Sukiyaki' is a Japanese traditional hot pot that has thinly sliced beef, tofu, vegetables and shirataki (starch noodles) stewed in Warishita (sweetened soy source) and eaten with a scrambled raw egg is used as the dipping sauce.
We usually eat Sukiyaki for a celebration.Let's cook this special cuisine together and enjoy the meal!

About Host



★★★★★ (4)

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We are a couple living in Tokyo who loves international exchange. From experience I enjoyed interacting with the local people at Airbnb etc at the destination so far, I thought that I could do something and registered it here. We often call a friend at home to make a home party, so if you wish, I will also consult to change the menu.
My husband is American,and I used to lived in Australia for couple years , so we can speak English.
I am looking forward to seeing travelers from all over the world (^ ∀ ^) /


The closest station

Shinkoiwa Station

How to get to the station?

From Tokyo Station: 15mins

Exact location provided after booking.

Reviews of Cooking Class

Jan, Phillipines


Aiko and her husband Gilbert made us feel at home. The sukiyaki course was great, she made it easy, and it tasted great. We even got free Origami lessons. But more than the learning, their hospitality made us go home with more than the experience but with new found friends. We got more than what we paid for indeed. Thank you so much Aiko. We hope to see you and Gilbert again. -Jan and Ting

Jan 2020

Alexander, United States of America


Aiko provided an amazing cooking experience! She showed us the shopping area and taught us how to make Sukiyaki. She gave us lots of insights of the culture and we even had an origami race!

Dec 2019

Erin, Australia


We had a fabulous time learning to make Sukiyaki, and learning about Japan with Aiko. The food was delicious and we now know how to make it at home. Aiko is lovely and we ended up seeing her a few times more to celebrate the Rugby World Cup. Her place is right near a station and easy to get to, plus we got to see a more homely part of Tokyo. Definitely take this class!

Oct 2019

Guillaume, Belgium


Aiko-San is a great host I feel at eased the whole time and the cooking was so good. Here English is very good and it's easy to discuss with her. I recommend Aiko-San to everyone who want to experience a simple to make but good Japanese cooking

May 2019

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Response from aiko

FAQ about Sukiyaki Cooking | Cooking class by aiko

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

    Up to 10 people can join aiko's cooking class.

  • How much does it cost to join Sukiyaki Cooking?

    It costs 4500 per person.

  • How long is this cooking class by aiko?

    Duration of this cooking class is 3 hours.

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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