Es más que simplemente comida japonesa sushi y teriyaki pollo. De hecho, se trata de una muy variada y deliciosa cocina. Plantéese el estilo "Izakaya", un estilo de comida comparable a los pubs o bares. Ahora usted puede aprender a cocinar platos tradicionales izakaya en Kioto. Esta clase de 3 horas le muestra cómo hacer cinco o seis platos japoneses. Y, lo mejor de todo, cuando su paquete cuchillos y gire a la bajar de los quemadores, comer lo que acaba caliente.
Amazing experience to know better Japanese culture and food! I was the only one attending the class and Kazumi was great, explaining me all dishes, Japanese history and ingredients behind every recipe. I would definitely recommend it. Thanks!
Our family went to do this cooking class and had a totally wonderful experience. Firstly the instructors, Hiro and Mia had excellent English, were very knowledgable and could explain everything. In addition they were very patient with the less skilled me. The class was informative and fun with a wonderful dining experience at the end. My wife is an excellent cook and she managed to learn a few secrets about Japanese ingredients, cuisine and cooking. Compared to many things in Japan this was great value for money.
Overall this was a great way to spend an afternoon and I would thoroughly recommend to anyone. Five stars
Small group of nice participants and instructors. However, not enough hands on and a bit disorganised. Charging an additional amount for a glass of Sake that cost 3 time as much a small bottle at the end seemed a bit mean on top of the price.
Keiko runs this fun, intimate cooking class in an impeccable kitchen, and this is a must for the 'foodie' tourist.
My husband and I were with 2 other couples, each with their own cooking station, for a fully hands-on class.
There was great food to cook a seven course meal! , recipes to take home, and personal insights and stories from our hosts What food do Kyoto-ites miss most when they leave Japan? What is everyone's favorite lunch snack? What are the staples on every Kyoto dinner table every night, besides rice?
Keiko's English is wonderful, probably because she's lived in the US before. We all laughed ourselves silly at certain points...you'll love this friendly and fun 3.5 hour class. Come hungry!
If walking as we did take note only the larger intersections Omiya Shijo, for example have English signs, so count your blocks carefully. The school is mid-block in a residential district. The English sign is at eye-level, with one foot letters easy to find once you're on the block.
Great Japanese cooking class! Took the afternoon class which was different from the morning one. All ingredients were provided and instructions clear. Class was informative with explanations of each unique ingredient. Made seven home style Japanese dishes including green tea sorbet ice cream...and of course, we got to eat what we made.
Great class! The instructors were super friendly and organized. The menu was awesome I've already made many of the dishes since my trip, and I really enjoyed meeting the other students in the class. I would totally do this again!