Cooking Classes in Chiba

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Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki & Gyozas from scratch
host-Kyoko
Chiba

Hiroshima Style Okonomiyaki & Gyozas from scratch

Cooking Class in Chiba by Kyoko

¥6000
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Cooking Menu
Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki & Gyoza - Hiroshima style (noodle inside) Okonomiyaki - Gyoza (Pan-fried Japanese dumplings) Let’s enjoy lunch wi...
Review
Our time spent cooking with Kyoko was wonderful. The short walk from the station to her home was a gorgeous trek through the temple and we had perfect timing for the cherry blossoms. Kyoko welcomed us into her home like family and we cooked so much delicious food. It was a wonderful, one of a kin...
Becca Allshouse | United States of America
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FAQ About Cooking Classes in Chiba

  • Which cooking classes are offered in English in Chiba?

    All cooking classes in Chiba on airKitchen are offered in English.

  • Which cooking class is popular in Chiba?

    Character Bento Cooking Class is popular with other travelers visiting Chiba.

  • How much does it cost to join a cooking class in Chiba?

    On average cooking classes in Chiba cost ¥4978 per person (based on airKitchen prices).

  • What is the best cheap cooking class in Chiba?

    Popular cheap cooking classes in Chiba include Nigiri,Maki Sushi & Ramen.



Why Taking a Cooking Class in Chiba is a Must-Do

Chiba prefecture is situated in the Kanto region and the Greater Tokyo Area. Chiba is quite famous for peanuts; it is also a reservoir for different ingredients such as vegetables including daikon radish, carrots and fruits such as pear, Japanese plum etc.

Many places act as the centre of attraction for tourists such as Chiba port tower, Chiba Zoological Park and Kawamura Memorial DIC. Local festivals of Chiba include Sawara no Taisai Autumn Festival, Ohara Naked Festival, Katsuura Big Hina Matsuri etc.

Some delicious range of local food of Chiba includes Katsuura Tan Tan Noodles, Sesame sardines (comprises of dried fish topped with black sesame seeds) Namerou (prepared from the mixture of fish meat)

These traditional dishes are made with the finest ingredients from the local region, and the locals wish to deliver their cooking expertise by offering cooking classes to pass the bond further.

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