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Buckwheat soba in the countryside? Yes, please. Discover how to make the beloved Japanese noodle dish on a trip out of Sapporo. In a small group of just 10 people, you’ll learn to soak, knead and cut the noodle dough under the watchful eye of an experienced local chef. Create the noodles, add the dashi and soy sauce, and then slurp up the noodles in the kitchen before your return to Sapporo. As a bonus, you get some to take home.

Highlights

  • 4-hour soba cooking class at a farm in Chitose
  • Watch a cooking demonstration from a local instructor with years of noodle-making experience
  • Learn to make soba noodles using two kinds of buckwheat noodles
  • Enjoy tasting your creation, served the traditional way
  • Choose from a morning or afternoon departure, depending on the time of year
  • Round-trip taxi transport from select Sapporo hotels included
  • Numbers are limited to 10 on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from the instructor

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Learn from your Hokkaido ‘Mom’ how to make the perfect soba noodles, with just the right amount of chewiness, with this cooking class. Starting from scratch, you’ll blend two kinds of buckwheat, a method that enhances the flavor and nutty aroma of the noodles.

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What You Can Expect

Soba Cooking Class with Transport from Sapporo

Soba Noodle Making at a Farm in Chitose with Taxi Pickup Service

Customer Reviews

Mimi G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

A large group of 8 people did this tour together. We travelled to the location in Chitose in 2 taxis which was very comfortable. The course was great. Despite the language barrier we got along fine and made some great soba noodles under the instruction of our 2 soba chefs. Later the family cooked them up for us and we sat around the kitchen table and demolished the noodles in their delicious broth. I thoroughly recommend this tour. We all enjoyed it immensely. Thank you to our great taxi drivers that served as our translators and to the soba instructors and their helpers. What a wonderful memory!

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