Tokyo Cooking Class
【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan

Vegan   Edogawa Tokyo


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Vegetarian

2 hours

Max 5 guests

Market Visiting






Cooking Class Menu

Few people have heard of dishes called "nabe." Nabe is a very local Japanese dish that can be eaten around the family during the cold winter season. If you eat at a restaurant, you will probably find something close to Shabu-shabu. Shabu-shabu is a premium cuisine. If you think that the "pot" is a Shabu-Shabu B-grade gourmet, it will be easy to understand. There are a variety of soups (or sauces) in the pot, but we do not sell vegan soups (usually buying commercial soups). Few people make soup. Nabe is the most favorite dish in the world for me, so we make a trial and error soup. You can taste many vegetables. In addition, it can be reproduced using local vegetables from any country, so I think you can enjoy it anywhere. Another good thing about pots is that they can be eaten together. (Because you poke the same pot with chopsticks, it may hurt if you have a habit)The pot is a really good dish, not to mention the taste, but also to the atmosphere. Let's challenge together!

Je vous présente ça s’appelle « Nabe ». Connaissez le vous ?
Le nabe est un plat local qui est fait et mangé à la maison avec la famille et les amis en hiver en général.
Si vous mangez quelque chose de similaire dans un restaurant, c'est Shabu-shabu, qu’on image riche. Si vous pensez que le «Nabe» est un gourmet de qualité Shabu-Shabu B, il sera facile à comprendre, je crois. MAIS c’est super bon la cuisine.
Il existe une variété de soupes (ou sauces) dans le pot, mais on ne vend pas de soupes vegan et végétaliennes (les gens achetant généralement des soupes commerciales). Le nabe est le plat le plus préféré au monde pour moi, je fais donc une soupe d'essai et d'erreur. Vous pouvez goutez de nombreux légumes. De plus, il peut être reproduit en utilisant des légumes locaux de n'importe quel pays, donc je pense que vous pouvez en profiter n'importe où. Une autre bonne chose à propos le nabe est qu'ils peuvent être mangés ensemble. (Parce que vous piquez le même pot avec des baguettes, cela peut faire mal si vous avez l'habitude) Le Nabe est un super bon plat, sans oublier le goût, mais j’aime bien aussi l'ambiance . On essaye ensemble !

Cooking Class Information

Few people have heard of dishes called "nabe." Nabe is a very local Japanese dish that can be eaten around the family during the cold winter season. If you eat at a restaurant, you will probably find something close to Shabu-shabu. Shabu-shabu is a premium cuisine. If you think that the "pot" is a Shabu-Shabu B-grade gourmet, it will be easy to understand. There are a variety of soups (or sauces) in the pot, but we do not sell vegan soups (usually buying commercial soups). Few people make soup. Nabe is the most favorite dish in the world for me, so we make a trial and error soup. You can taste many vegetables. In addition, it can be reproduced using local vegetables from any country, so I think you can enjoy it anywhere. Another good thing about pots is that they can be eaten together. (Because you poke the same pot with chopsticks, it may hurt if you have a habit)The pot is a really good dish, not to mention the taste, but also to the atmosphere. Let's challenge together!

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Je vous présente ça s’appelle « Nabe ». Connaissez le vous ?
Le nabe est un plat local qui est fait et mangé à la maison avec la famille et les amis en hiver en général.
Si vous mangez quelque chose de similaire dans un restaurant, c'est Shabu-shabu, qu’on image riche. Si vous pensez que le «Nabe» est un gourmet de qualité Shabu-Shabu B, il sera facile à comprendre, je crois. MAIS c’est super bon la cuisine.
Il existe une variété de soupes (ou sauces) dans le pot, mais on ne vend pas de soupes vegan et végétaliennes (les gens achetant généralement des soupes commerciales). Le nabe est le plat le plus préféré au monde pour moi, je fais donc une soupe d'essai et d'erreur. Vous pouvez goutez de nombreux légumes. De plus, il peut être reproduit en utilisant des légumes locaux de n'importe quel pays, donc je pense que vous pouvez en profiter n'importe où. Une autre bonne chose à propos le nabe est qu'ils peuvent être mangés ensemble. (Parce que vous piquez le même pot avec des baguettes, cela peut faire mal si vous avez l'habitude) Le Nabe est un super bon plat, sans oublier le goût, mais j’aime bien aussi l'ambiance . On essaye ensemble !


About Host


host-Yuka

Yuka



Hello! My name is Yuka. 31 years old What I cook together is vegan food. I have been cooking since I was 23. I have been vegan since September 2019 and am now working on cooking Vegan dishes. I have never had the opportunity to teach cooking, so I'm a little worried about being able to teach well;) But I think it would be great if I could deepen mutual understanding through cooking and meet in the future. I'm starting to study English in 2020, so I think it's a good opportunity for my own study. I can speak a little French. I started vegan thinking about the future of the earth, but I love nature and most of all I want to protect it. I have as much organic ingredients as possible such as vegetables and seasonings. I like traveling, meeting people, philosophy, running, climbing mountains, anime, reading, listening to music and dancing. I also like animals. There are dogs, tortoises, medakas (like my father), and iris at home. When you come to the house, your dog will bark for a while and it will be noisy. Thank you for your understanding. I'm looking forward to meeting you. See you!


Area



The closest station

Ichinoe Station




How to get to the station?

From Tokyo station: 45mins





Exact location provided after booking.


FAQ about 【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan | Cooking class by Yuka

  • How long is this cooking class by Yuka?

    Duration of this cooking class is 2 hours.

  • Is 【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan available for vegans?

    Yes, 【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan has a vegan option.

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

    Up to 5 people can join Yuka's cooking class.

  • Is 【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan available for vegetarians?

    Yes, 【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan has a vegetarian option.

  • How much does it cost to join 【Vegan】My most recommended dish "nabe" in Japan ?

    It costs 6000 per person.

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