I cook brown rice with a pressure cooker, and it is very soft and flavor rich. You can not go back to normal white rice anymore.
I use home made miso that I installed February every year. Miso making is easy. But when you buy from store, it is tricky since most products use preservative. Mine is preservative free.
Use Wakame seaweed and Tofu. Traditional style.
Nimono is traditional in Japan. Usually with some poteto, carrot, mushroom, and Con nyaku are stewed in one pot. This main dish may vary by season. But I will stay as vegetarian.
popular side dish, spinach with sesami soy sauce. Two variations.
Hopefully people enjoy Japanese home cooking!
In this cooking class, we will cook authentic Japanese home cooking.
Something like, a mother teach her daughter.
Since I am a vegetarian, we will stay meat free.
I will introduce variety of Japanese food, like Wakame, Nori, Ofu, tofu, Konbu, Con nyaku and such, tell you how we regularly eat.
Any questions are welcome!
Hi I am a vegetarian of 25 years. I think vegetarian is still not so popular in Japan so travelers might have a hard time finding a place to eat. So I decided to have a cooking class.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Nishijin Station: 10mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
It costs 6000 per person.
Please go to Nishijin Station which takes 10 mins from Nishijin Station. Then Kinuyo (host) will pick you up there!
Yes, Everyday Dishes in Japan has a vegetarian option.
Up to 3 people can join Kinuyo's cooking class.
Duration of this cooking class is 3 hours.
Yes, Everyday Dishes in Japan has a vegan option.
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.