Japanese cooks take lunchboxes to the next level, preparing and packing single-portion meals in fun and attractive ways! In Tokyo, you can learn how to make cute anime-inspired bento, as well as more traditional bento.
I had a wonderful cooking session together with Yoshie-san. I took two classes with her, Pikachu and Hello Kitty. She shared with me different tricks and tips throughout, and we had a lot of fun making the decorations and characters. I would highly recommend Yoshie-san and her bento classes. I lo...
We had a very lovely evening with Masumi and her daughter. it was easy to get there by public transportation and from there it was only a 5min walk to her place. We were cooking for a Bentobox and Masumi brought us closer to this part of the Japanese cuisine. The food was very good and we might b...
I had a fantastic Bento class with Yoshie! She picked me up from the station and drove me to her family home so it was very convenient! She was clear with her instructions and very patient. Her attention to detail was great and she taught me about different Japanese ingredients. Would definitely...
Our cooking lesson with Mayumi was perfect!! Loved learning how to cook a variety of traditional Japanese dishes. Great for couples and an amazing authentic experience! Mayumi was an absolute delight and very knowledgeable.
Our instructor is a polite and pretty mother who would answer all our questions we had about character bento making. A fun activity taking place in a Japanese home which let us gain more insights into Japanese cooking.
On average bento making classes in Tokyo cost ¥5678 per person (based on airKitchen prices).
All bento making classes in Tokyo on airKitchen are offered in English.
Popular cheap bento making classes in Tokyo include Japanese Lunch Box or healthy meal.
Kawaii Bento Lunchbox-Making Lesson at local home is popular with other travelers visiting Tokyo.
The foreigners may be familiar with the words but they will not exactly know that what the dish actually is and what is its importance.
It is a lunch box which has come to Japan for a very long time of history.
You can find them anywhere in Japan available in different sizes, prices and appetites because of its significant trend.
In Japanese food culture, Bento has a very important place and it would be really good to take classes to learn about making it at home.
Definitely, the homemade bento boxes will be more tasty and healthy than the readymade ones.
Bento represents the rich food tradition and you must take a conductive cooking class to learn how to make appropriate bento boxes at home for your family.
Even if you are not Japanese, you will enjoy the taste and cooking of this food.