Begin your culinary experience at the Hisagi-nishi-couji bus stop in Kamakura, where you’ll greet your guide and venture to a local home. Along the way, your resident guide reveals the fundamental principles of washoku cuisine, which has been declared a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage.
In advance of your class, you’ll choose from a wide range of dishes depending on your culinary preferences. Opt to prepare oyako-don (chicken and egg), tempura vegetables, sushi rolls, or shouga-yaki (ginger pork). Vegetarians can delight in tofu steak and mushroom sauce and vegetable chowder — see the Itinerary section for a full list of options.
After cooking your dishes, you’ll sit down to feast on the fruits of your labors with fellow food lovers. Your tour concludes at your original departure point.
Regular meal option: If you are the first group who made the reservation of the requested date, you would have a right to choose which one to cook for the main dish of the day. Here are a few example of main dishes that you can choose from:
-Oyako-don (chicken and egg)
-Shouga-yaki (ginger pork)
-Ton-jiru (pork miso soup)
-Saba no Miso-ni (boiled mackerel with miso flavor)
-Zou-sui (rice in a soup)
-Maki-zushi (sushi roll)
-Nori-maki (sushi hand roll)
Shojin cuisine (Vegetarian): You have 2 options for the main dish:
1. Tofu steak with Mushroom sauce"Tofu-steak Kinoko sauce"
2. Japanese Cooking Class "Kencho-jiru"Japanese tofu and Vegetable-chowder