Japanese wheat tea (no limited/barley tea/not including caffeine)
The first Japanese person to eat gyōza is said to be Tokugawa Mitsuaki in the Edo Period. He was from the same clan as the ruling shogun at the time.
By the Meiji Period, from the 1860s, there was a Chinese restaurant serving gyoza and recipes were introduced in cookbooks.
The term used then was Chaozu, borrowed from the Chinese language. So the food itself was not something enjoyed by the common people.
After the Second World War, many soldiers returned to Japan from China, with a knowledge of Chinese food and culture. From that time on, gyoza became widely popular among the general population of Japan.
The Japanese style of gyōza, grilled rather than boiled or steamed, became mainstream. One story suggests the returning soldiers found it easier to use an iron plate to cook them, rather than a deep pot.
These days, Ramen and gyōza are found in Chinese restaurants, ramen shops, supermarket shelves and department stores, as well as being an easy to make at home.
In this class,you can make Japanese Ramen and Gyoza only by vegetables.
Japanese local teacher teaches you delicious Japanese style soup stock without using meat or fish.
Also you can taste a few kinds of Japanese spyces.
You can get our original recipe, so you can make it again at your home after this class.
Our place is located in the center of Kyoto, beside on Kawaramachi street, in the front of Sanjo Kawaramachi bus stop.It is very easy to get by public transportation.
Hi, I’m Aya, owner of SAKURA Experience Japanese Culture in Kyoto,Japan.
I was born in Kyoto in 1967 and I still live in the center of town as teacher for various kind of Japanese traditional culture.
I had 3000 or more guests from all over the world since I opened my classroom in the summer 2018.
I hold a number of teaching licences in Tea, Ikebana and Shodō so it’s possible to take all kinds of classes.
Also I am qualified instructor of Japan Sushi Academy for sushi.
My husband is a descendant of a large trading family from the Edo period called Ito. His ancestor became the Shogun’s garden advisor and developed the Somei Yoshino variety of cherry blossom which is now the Japanese national flower.
We are pleased to offer you our cultural classes for you!
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
See you at my class!
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Kyoto Statioin: 10mins
Exact location provided after booking.
Duration of this cooking class is 1.5 hours.
Up to 6 people can join Aya's cooking class.
It costs 8800 per person.
Yes, Gyoza & Ramen making for Vegan &Vegetarian has a vegan option.
Yes, Gyoza & Ramen making for Vegan &Vegetarian 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.