We’ll make Vegetarian Japanese food.
Rolled sushi with tofu mayonnaise
Miso soup-learn Basic dashi
Note: If you eat Dairy products, I will teach you Japanese rolled omelet,Dashimaki as well.
■The general outline of the tour■
1. Visit a local home in Tokyo
2. Learn how to make delicious Japanese soup stock (dashi)
3. Cook and taste (We will provide recipes)
4. Take a tour in a local supermarket.
Time is negotiable
10:00 Meet at Kasai Station on the Metro Tozai line or the airport reimusine bus stop
10:30 Start cooking
11:30 Have lunch together
12:30 Go to the supermarket tour (I will show and explain what ingredients we used during the cooking class)
13:00 Drop off at Kasai station
Tokyo Vegetarian Japanese Cooking lesson at local home：）In Japan, vegetarian food is quite tough due to Dashi, soup stock made by mainly bonito frake (it's made out of fish stock).
Children are more than welcome. I have some amenities that they can use we have various toys and free access to wifi:)♡
Visit a Japanese local's home and learn to cook their specialty.
Step2 Enjoy your meal!
Eat the authentic homemade Japanese meal with your Japanese host. Take the opportunity to have a genuine conversation with a local Japanese Person.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Tokyo Station: 24mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
Harmony, Hong Kong★★★★★
My family and I had a fantastic experience in Rina’s cooking class. Before the class, she gave us a supermarket tour, and explained how to choose between all the varieties of ingredients. Rina is very caring and patient when teaching, and after her demonstration we were able to make our own delicious sushi rolls. She also gave us a lot of helpful cooking tips! I would definitely recommend joining this class.
Thank you Rina!!!! I had a great time today preparing a delicious vegan ramen and gyozas and interacting with the other guests.
Had a wonderful experience cooking with Rina!!! She is kind and friendly, and teach us not only about the food but also language and culture. If u r looking for a class, she is the right person. Learned a lot of things
We had the best time! Rina is amazingly sweet and the food was perfect. Definitely recommend!
It was a fantastic experience, we were introduced to how to prepare a bento and we did it. We could ask questions about kitchen techniques, ingredients, but also local traditions. It was our first bento experience and we will continue it at home. In addition, at the end of class the host showed us around the local store and explain about products. We can really recommend a lesson to others. I completly agree that this kind of experience let us better understand other culture, kitchen thet paper-based guides will never let. AirKitchen is very good solution and I recommend to expand it.