Join us for an unforgettable culinary experience in Tokyo!
In our Japanese cooking and udon making class with Masako, you’ll learn special techniques and master the art of kneading dough.
Choose between tempura or okonomiyaki as a main course, and create a delicious meal tailored to your preferences.
The class takes place in a cozy home setting, offering a warm atmosphere for culinary exploration.
Plus, you get to eat all the dishes you prepare!
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about the flavors and techniques of Japanese cuisine.
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- Learn special techniques and master the art of kneading dough
- Choose between tempura or okonomiyaki as a main course
- Acquire new culinary skills and have a hands-on experience
- Class takes place in a cozy home setting
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Price and Description
The price for the Japanese cooking and udon making class with Masako in Tokyo starts from $116.00 and varies based on the group size.
This private class offers a unique opportunity to learn special culinary techniques in a home setting. Whether you choose to make tempura or okonomiyaki as the main course, you can expect to acquire new skills and have a hands-on experience in the kitchen.
One of the highlights of the class is learning the best way to knead dough for udon noodles. After preparing the dishes, you’ll have the pleasure of enjoying them all.
It’s important to note that the class isn’t wheelchair accessible, but it’s stroller accessible. Service animals are allowed, and the location is conveniently near public transportation.
What To Expect
During the Japanese cooking and udon making class with Masako in Tokyo, we can expect to acquire new culinary skills and continue our hands-on experience in the kitchen.
The class atmosphere is warm and inviting, with Masako providing step-by-step instructions and guidance throughout the session. We’ll learn the best way to knead dough for udon noodles, ensuring they turn out perfectly chewy and delicious.
The class duration is approximately 3 hours, giving us ample time to learn and practice the special Japanese cooking techniques that Masako will teach us. As we prepare our dishes, we’ll have the opportunity to taste and enjoy the fruits of our labor.
Whether we choose to make tempura or okonomiyaki as a main course, this class promises to be a memorable and fulfilling culinary experience.
We should note that the Japanese cooking and udon making class with Masako in Tokyo has several additional details and considerations for participants.
First, while the class isn’t wheelchair accessible, it’s stroller accessible, making it convenient for parents with young children. Plus, service animals are allowed, ensuring that everyone can fully participate in the experience.
On top of that, the class is conveniently located near public transportation, making it easily accessible for those traveling from different parts of the city.
In terms of the cancellation policy, it’s important to note that the class is non-refundable and can’t be changed for any reason. This means that once you book your spot, it’s final. Therefore, it’s crucial to double-check your availability before making a reservation. Unfortunately, no refunds or amendments will be given in the case of cancellations. It’s advisable to review the full cancellation policy to understand the details and conditions.
With these additional details in mind, participants can plan their visit to Masako’s cooking and udon making class with confidence.
With these additional details in mind, participants can understand the cancellation policy for Masako’s Japanese cooking and udon making class in Tokyo.
We understand that sometimes plans change, and you may need to cancel your reservation. However, it’s important to note that this class has a non-refundable policy.
Unfortunately, this means that if you need to cancel or make any amendments to your booking, you won’t be eligible for a refund. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
We recommend considering your schedule carefully before making a reservation to ensure that you can fully commit to attending the class.
If you have any further questions or concerns regarding the cancellation policy, please feel free to reach out to us.
Traveler Photos and Reviews
The featured review by Megan_K highlights that Masako’s Japanese cooking and udon making class in Tokyo was a wonderful addition to anyone’s time in Tokyo.
Megan_K describes the class ambience as warm and inviting, creating a comfortable space for learning and cooking.
Masako’s expertise as an instructor was evident throughout the class, as she patiently guided the participants in mastering the art of udon making and other Japanese dishes.
Travelers can expect to learn various dishes, including udon, tomagoyaki, and tempura, and have the opportunity to eat all the dishes they prepare.
Masako’s warm and generous nature adds a personal touch to the experience, making it a memorable and enjoyable activity during your time in Tokyo.
One of the highlights of Masako’s Japanese cooking and udon making class in Tokyo is the opportunity to learn special Japanese cooking techniques in a home setting. The class duration is approximately 3 hours, providing ample time to learn about the culinary world of Japan. Masako will guide you through the process of making udon noodles from scratch, teaching you the best way to knead the dough to achieve the perfect texture. As you work alongside Masako, you’ll have access to all the necessary cooking equipment needed to create delicious dishes. From mixing bowls to frying pans, you’ll be fully equipped to master the art of Japanese cooking. The table below provides an overview of the cooking equipment available in the class:
|Mixing Bowls||Used for mixing ingredients|
|Rolling Pins||Used for rolling out udon dough|
|Knives||Used for cutting vegetables and other ingredients|
|Frying Pans||Used for frying tempura or okonomiyaki|
With the guidance of Masako and the provided cooking equipment, you’ll have everything you need to enhance your culinary skills and create an authentic Japanese meal.
Culinary Skills Learned
During the Japanese cooking and udon making class in Tokyo with Masako, we learned a variety of valuable culinary skills. Here are some of the skills we acquired:
- Udon Making Techniques: Masako taught us the art of making udon noodles from scratch. We learned how to knead the dough to achieve the perfect texture and thickness. It was fascinating to see the transformation of simple ingredients into delicious noodles.
- Japanese Cooking Techniques: Masako shared her expertise in traditional Japanese cooking techniques. We learned how to prepare and cook various dishes using authentic methods. From tempura to okonomiyaki, we gained insights into the unique flavors and techniques that make Japanese cuisine so special.
- Attention to Detail: Throughout the class, we learned the importance of attention to detail in Japanese cooking. From precise knife skills to precise measurements, every step was executed with care and precision. This attention to detail is what makes Japanese cuisine both visually stunning and incredibly delicious.
Class Location and Accessibility
For our cooking class with Masako in Tokyo, we found the class location to be conveniently accessible and the venue to have excellent accessibility.
The class is held in a central area of Tokyo, making it easy to reach whether you’re staying in a hotel or exploring the city. The location is close to public transportation, allowing for a smooth and hassle-free commute.
As for wheelchair accessibility, Masako’s cooking class is fully equipped to accommodate individuals with mobility challenges. The venue is wheelchair accessible, with ramps and wide doorways that provide easy navigation. Masako understands the importance of inclusivity and ensures that everyone can enjoy the cooking experience without any limitations.
Whether you’re using a wheelchair or have any other accessibility needs, you can feel confident knowing that the class location is accommodating and welcoming.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Are the Specific Japanese Cooking Techniques That Will Be Taught in This Class?
In our cooking class, we’ll learn traditional Japanese cooking techniques, including how to make udon noodles from scratch. It’s a hands-on experience where we’ll knead the dough and create delicious dishes.
Can I Choose to Make Both Tempura and Okonomiyaki as the Main Course?
Yes, you can choose to make both tempura and okonomiyaki as the main course. Mixing different Japanese culinary traditions, we’ll provide tips for making perfect tempura and okonomiyaki together. You’ll also learn about traditional versus modern variations of these dishes.
How Long Does the Cooking Class Typically Last?
The cooking class duration and class schedule availability depend on the specific details of the Japanese Cooking and Udon Making Class in Tokyo With Masako. More information can be provided upon inquiry.
Are Ingredients Provided, or Do I Need to Bring My Own?
No need to bring your own ingredients, everything is provided for the class. You’ll also have access to all the necessary equipment, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable cooking experience.
Is There a Minimum Age Requirement for Participants in the Class?
No, there is no minimum age requirement for participants in the class. All ages are welcome to join and learn the art of Japanese cooking and udon making. We provide all the necessary ingredients for the class.
The Sum Up
Don’t miss the chance to have an unforgettable culinary experience in Tokyo! Join Masako’s Japanese cooking and udon making class for a hands-on exploration of Japanese cuisine.
With the option to choose between tempura or okonomiyaki as a main course, you’ll get to create a delicious meal tailored to your preferences.
Plus, the class takes place in a cozy home setting, providing a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Book now and learn about the flavors and techniques of Japanese cooking.