Shojin Ryori : Okuizome” (first meal) is the Japanese traditional ritual that parents perform around the 100th day after the birth of their baby (in some regions, this ritual is carried out on the 110th or 120th day) along with their relatives and friends to wish the infant will never starve by sharing a celebratory meal.
The celebratory meal
The celebratory meal is in the traditional “one soup and three dishes” style and generally consists of rice cooked with red beans (or plain rice), whole grilled fish such as snapper, soup, ‘nimono’ (simmered food), and pickles, which are eaten with celebratory chopsticks made of willow.
In this ritual, the most senior person among the grandparents or relatives wishes a long life by pretending to feed the baby in the order of “rice, soup, rice, grilled fish, rice, and soup” and repeats this process three times.
The person performing the ritual touches a stone found at a shrine or at the waterfront with the chopsticks and then rubs their tips on the baby’s gums to wish for healthy growth of teeth.
Hi, my name is Sachiko. I am a home chef.
I have a daughter and l cook almost everyday for my friends,family and foreign guests.
I used to work for a traditional Japanese restaurant.I learned all of my recipes at a Japanese restaurant.
I have experience living abroad,l have lived in China,Canada and America.
I would like to learn different cultures and talk to various people from different countries around the world.
My home is in Nakameguro and is located in Shibuya, the heart of Tokyo.
It has a lively and fashionable neighborhood.
It is also walking distance from Daikanyama and Ebisu.
You may enjoy strolling around these two most fashionable and popular residential areas of Tokyo.
You can enjoy seeing these areas before or after your class.
Despite being very close to Shibuya, you will find the neighborhood quieter and a little more laid back, definitely charming and very hip!
As part of my class,I am also willing to be your tour guide on some of Tokyo's hideout restaurants and cool sightseeing spots.
I am looking forward to seeing you.Let's enjoy cooking together:)
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Sibuya Station: 5mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
Yes, Shojin Ryori : Weaning ceremony has a vegetarian option.
It costs 30000 per person.
Duration of this cooking class is 3.5 hours.
Up to 4 people can join Sachiko's cooking class.
Please go to Nakameguro Station which takes 5 mins from Sibuya Station. Then Sachiko (host) will pick you up there!
Yes, Shojin Ryori : Weaning ceremony 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.