Explore o Mercado de Nishiki e aprenda como preparar uma comida caseira japonesa nesta excursão a pé com culinária em Quioto. Com um guia especializado, saiba mais sobre os ingredientes típicos japoneses no mercado de alimentos, e vá para longe dos lugares comuns com uma caminhada por ruas secundárias da cidade, repletas de lojas interessantes. Visite uma antiga destilaria de saquê para uma degustação e prepare o seu próprio sushi, sopa, salada em uma aula de culinária de 1,5 hora. Esta excursão é limitada a sete pessoas, garantindo que você desfrute de uma experiência de grupo pequeno.
Fantastic evening, Yoshi was a generous and informative guide who gave us much more than just a market tour, she shared a lot of local
habits and hints, language and traditions. The cooking class was wonderful, it felt like we were in the ladys home and were made to feel very welcome. This tour is suitable for any age as the markets are fascinating and the cooking class a lot of fun.
We had a wonderful time. We visited the Nishiki Food Market. It was jam packed , but we had a chance to purchase some ingredients for our cooking class. We then visited the Sake museum and had the chance to sample some local sake and beer. Both were delicious and our hosts were gracious and charming. Our guide was lovely and so pleasant, we were a little sad when she handed us over to our cooking instructor. Our cooking class was great fun and our teacher was a delight. We got to enjoy our items we prepared in a lovely dinner.
This is a fun tour and good value.
Yoshie, our guide for the Market tour and Sake tasting was excellent. At the market, we purchased the ingredients for our cooking class and learned about the various foods on sale. She also taught us some small Japanese phrases to use.
Mieko, our teacher for the cooking class also was outstanding - we made dashi, miso soup, rolled egg omelette and Sushi for dinner.
The whole experience was fun and informative and our groups was only 4 people. Highly recommend the experience.
Guide seemed a little shy during the introduction but I think it was due to waiting on some no shows. Tour at the market very good with lots of specific and interesting information on the food that would be impossible to know without the inside information.
Sake tasting OK but somewhat basic an quick.
Cooking class very hands an by nice lady. We wouldn't have minded that it would be longer with more dishes.
The tour guide was knowledgable, and the market we explored with her was fascinating. The brewery was similarly interesting, with samples of delicious beer and sake. We learned a lot about Japanese food and beverages, including the sake-brewing process. Finally, the cooking class was very fun and we produced simple, delicious food under the guidance of a patient instructor. This was a highlight of our time in Kyoto.