Cooking Classes in Sapporo Area

Tucked away on the northernmost island of Japan, Sapporo is known for its snowy winters and yummy food that keeps its inhabitants warm through the harsh winter season. Stay cozy during your stay in Sapporo through a Japanese cooking class in a local’s home!


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FAQ About Cooking Classes in Sapporo

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

    On average cooking classes in Sapporo cost ¥4867 per person (based on airKitchen prices).

  • Which cooking class is popular in Sapporo?

    online!! Handmade Udon and Tempura! is popular with other travelers visiting Sapporo.

  • What is the best cheap cooking class in Sapporo?

    Popular cheap cooking classes in Sapporo include online!! Handmade Udon and Tempura!.

  • Which cooking classes are offered in English in Sapporo?

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

Let's Know More About Sapporo!

Sapporo Sightseeing Spots

  • Sapporo Clock Tower

    Sapporo Clock Tower

    This structure stands out from other buildings in Sapporo, built in the 1870s in an American design. Today, the Sapporo Clock Tower continues to ring every hour and features a small, inexpensive museum that covers the building's history inside.

  • Sapporo Maruyama Zoo

    Sapporo Maruyama Zoo

    This is the oldest zoo in Hokkaido, where visitors can see a wide variety of animals.

  • Shiroi Koibito Park

    Shiroi Koibito Park

    A famous local chocolate company, Shiroi Koibito, built this theme park that houses its factory and fun exhibits for children. You can tour the factory and enjoy whimsical attractions here, as well as snack on the famous Shiroi Koibito cookie.

  • Sapporo TV Tower

    Sapporo TV Tower

    Head to the Sapporo TV Tower observation deck to enjoy panoramic views of the city. If you go in the evening, you can catch the beautiful city night lights and illuminations (depending on the season).

  • Hoheikyo Onsen

    Hoheikyo Onsen

    Just a bus-ride away from Sapporo, Heheikyo Onsen makes the perfect day trip away from the city. Retreat to this tranquil hot spring that has both indoor and outdoor baths beautifully integrated into the natural landscape.

  • Sapporo Hitsujike Hill Observatory Tourism Brochure

    Sapporo Hitsujike Hill Observatory Tourism Brochure

    From this vantage point, you'll enjoy sweeping views of downtown Sapporo and the contrasting surrounding, pastoral farmlands.

  • Nijo Market

    Nijo Market

    This public market is famous for its fresh seafood, which you can enjoy in a seafood bowl for breakfast. You'll also be able to browse through colorful local produce and other delicacies.

  • Sapporo Beer Museum

    Sapporo Beer Museum

    Sapporo Beer is world-renowned, and it gets its name from its birthplace: Sapporo. At the Sapporo Beer Museum, you can learn about the history of brewing in Japan, as well as the brewing process itself. Beer tastings are also available, and the museum also houses a few restaurants.

  • Sapporo Art Park

    Sapporo Art Park

    The Sapporo Art Park celebrates both the local art and natural beauty of the region. A sculpture garden, art museum, artist workshops, galleries, and more are a part of this park. A stroll through this park will not disappoint!

  • Sapporo Ramen Republic

    Sapporo Ramen Republic

    Sapporo is known for its distinct style of ramen that keeps the city's inhabitants warm through the harsh winters. At the Sapporo Ramen Republic, you can easily enjoy some of the area's best ramen. On the 10th floor of Esta building lies this mini ramen theme park, Sapporo Ramen Republic, where eight ramen restaurants serve their best bowls.

Sapporo Local Food

  • Sapporo Ramen

    Sapporo Ramen

    Each region in Japan tends to have its own spin on ramen, and Sapporo is no different. Known as the birthplace of miso ramen, Sapporo ramen is rich and flavorful. Along with miso, it often contains lard and is topped with corn.

  • Genghis Khan (lamb barbecue)

    Genghis Khan (lamb barbecue)

    Though the origins of its name aren't fully understood, Genghis Khan is a popular "soul food" dish of Sapporo. It is a type of yakiniku (Japanese-style grilled meat) that includes lamb and vegetables. It is grilled in a distinct dome-shaped skillet and is served alongside various dipping sauces.

  • Ishikari Pot

    Ishikari Pot

    Similar to ramen, different regions in Japan often have a local speciality when it comes to nabe, or hot pot. Hokkaido's is ishikari nabe, which always contains salmon in a creamy miso-based broth.

  • Chanchanyaki

    Chanchanyaki

    Chanchanyaki consists of grilled salmon and vegetables baked together on a griddle. The ingredients are typically seasoned with miso, though every home in Sapporo uses its own special blend of flavorings for this popular home-style dish.

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

Sapporo is Japans fifth largest city and capital of Hokkaido prefecture. It is also one famous tourist spot in Japan. Every year thousands of tourists visit Sapporo. There are several museums and amusement parks in the city. Moerenuma Park, Sapporo Beer Park, and Historic village are few of the places for spending some quality time. The streets of Sapporo have that old Japanese tradition. The architecture around is fascinating and reflects the ancient heritage. For food lovers, Sapporo is one great place too. All Japanese food items are available here. The authentic recipe is the key to Japanese food. Whether its sushi or Ramen, the cook must use the original method to cook these meals. If you want to know the authentic recipe of making Japanese food, joining a cooking class in Sapporo is the best option. Learn the art of making Japanese food under the supervision of chefs.