Chanko-nabe is usually served to sumo wrestlers at sumo stables as the main dish.
Nabe is a healthy Japanese dish that uses vegetables, meat and fish.
The taste is a salty soup stock, but many guests are pleasantly surprised by the depth of flavour we acheive.
The secret ingredient is having fun!
Udon is a traditional Japanese dish.
Udon is made by mixing flour with water.
The more you knead it, the more delicious it becomes.
If you put it in a chanko pot, it's sure to be delicious!
Let's try it together!
First, mix flour with water to make udon.
We use hands and feet to make udon.
The more you knead it, the more delicious it becomes, so enjoy it and knead it!
Cut the vegetables in Chanko Nabe while resting the kneaded dough.
Put vegetables and soup in the pot and cook.
The taste is a salty soup stock, but many guests are pleasantly surprised by the depth of flavour we acheive. The secret ingredient is having fun!
While cooking the pot, stretch and cut the udon dough and boil it.
After eating Chanko Nabe, add udon to the remaining umami soup.
Please eat the really delicious udon that has absorbed the umami ‼︎
Hi！I’m Hiroko ★
I started a cooking class because I wanted to have a cultural exchange.
I want to offer OMOTENASHI to foreigners for the Tokyo Olympics.
How to make a rolled egg?
please tell me! I will teach!
My house is only half an hour from Sky Tree, Asakusa and Ueno.
You can take the lesson near Nishiarai Daishi, a very famous temple in Tokyo.
This temple is famous for home safety, academic achievement, business success and good luck.
I grew up in this town full of Edo atmosphere.
Why don’t you take a look at the traditional Japanese streets preserved by history and experience genuine Japanese culture and make traditional Japanese food?
We also have origami and Japanestoys！Please play freely♫
★ International students welcome!
★Children are welcome！
I have 2 kids myself so I’ll make sure they feel comfortable and have fun.
★Wheelchair users can also participate！
Please inform us when making a reservation.
Classes are from 10:00 to 12:30.
I’m looking forward to seeing you all!
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Nishiarai Station : 5mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
I had so much fun making udon and nabe with Hiroko and her family! She was a great teacher and her instructors were easy to follow. I learned a lot from her class and it was an amazing experience being able to taste the udon and nabe that you made from scratch. She also gave us cute chopsticks and origami as a present at the end of the lesson. I would definitively recommend this class to all my family and friends!
Response from Hiroko
Katie & Frankie ☆ Thanks for joining us all the way！ I really enjoyed talking to you. I was very happy that Katie asked many questions ◡̈*✧ Frankie was a mood maker and made us laugh a lot ♫ Have a wonderful time while in Japan★
Hirokos and her mothers cooking class was one of the best experiences I had whilst in Japan. Before we started cooking, I was served a really delicious green tea and was showed traditional (very nice!!!) Japanese toys! Than we cooked together. Everything was explained to me very good!! I can’t wait to cook it at home! It also tasted so so yummy! After the cooking and eating Hiroko showed me around at the local temple, which was really interesting! I can highly recommend, joining this class!!! You would definitely miss something if you don’t join this cooking class :-)!
Response from Hiroko
Thank you Alessia ★ You were so bright and friendly! You have been very active and a very positive personality has given me power. I am very grateful that you came. Thank you very much！
Response from Hiroko
Duration of this cooking class is 2.5 hours.
Please go to Daishimae Station which takes 5 mins from Nishiarai Station . Then Hiroko (host) will pick you up there!
Up to 5 people can join Hiroko's cooking class.
Yes, Let's make udon and chanko nabe, a traditional Japanese dish★ has a vegan option.
It costs 4300 per person.
Yes, Let's make udon and chanko nabe, a traditional Japanese dish★ has a vegetarian 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.