Tokyo Cooking Class
Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course

Udon   Sumida Tokyo


Pick Up


2.5 hours

Max 8 guests

Market Visiting

Cooking Class Menu

¥10,000 / person
minimum number of participants: 2

Udon noodle from scratch, Oyako-don(chicken and egg rice bowl) and one side dish and green tea.

  • Udon


    Udon (うどん) is a type of thick wheat flour noodle. It is similar to Italian pasta, but much thicker. It has been eaten all over Japan as an easy-to-eat popular meal, and a substitute meal for rice dishes. Udon is often served hot as a noodle soup in its simplest form, as "kake udon", in a mildly flavoured broth called kakejiru, which is made of dashi, soy sauce, and mirin. The flavor of broth and topping vary from region to region.

  • 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.

  • Green Tea

    Green Tea

    The astringent constituent in Japanese tea is a type of polyphenol called catechin. Japan has done a great deal with the humble tea leaf. For example some benefits of the catechin in the tea leaf can lower cholesterol in some cases. Roasted over charcoal at a high temperature and grown under shade for at least 20 days are one of the examples. The most popular Japanese tea might be ryokucha. Depending on the timing of picking the leaves, the grade, the price can be noticeably different.

Cooking Class Information

Udon is one kind of the Japanese noodles. We can teach you how to make udon noodles and dipping sauce from scratch.
First, we make dashi (soup stock) for dipping sauce. Next we make udon dough and cut it into udon noodles. Then cook chicken, onion and egg in special sauce for Oyako-don topping.
Also we make one side dish to go with Udon and Oyako-don.
Then time to eat!!

About Host

Hi, my name is Toshie.
I love traveling and cooking.
When I went to Thailand, I experienced cooking local foods there. It was a really great experience for me and l began to think of teaching Japanese dishes in Tokyo.
I had learned making sushi from a professional sushi chef and now l enjoy teaching foreigners how to make sushi. Please come and join us! You’ll also have a chance to know Japanese sake. If you like, please tell me so in advance.
I hope you can enjoy Japanese foods and culture through cooking during your stay in Japan!!


The closest station

Asakusabashi station / Honjo-azumabashi station (might change)

How to get to the station?

From Asakusabashi Station / Honjo-azumanashi station: 5mins

Free pick up service

This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!

Exact location provided after booking.

FAQ about Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course | Cooking class by Toshie

  • How long is this cooking class by Toshie?

    Duration of this cooking class is 2.5 hours.

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

    Up to 8 people can join Toshie's cooking class.

  • How much does it cost to join Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course ?

    It costs 10000 per person.

  • How to get to the place where Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course being held?

    Please go to Asakusabashi station / Honjo-azumabashi station (might change) which takes 5 mins from Asakusabashi Station / Honjo-azumanashi station. Then Toshie (host) will pick you up there!

  • Is Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course available for vegetarians?

    Yes, Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course has a vegetarian option.

  • Is Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course available for vegans?

    Yes, Udon noodles from the scratch & Oyako-don course has a vegan option.

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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