Japan is truly a wondrous and unique country in the world and it is no wonder that so many people are fascinated by it and its culture. If you are a fan of Japan and Japanese culture you have surely heard about all different kinds of delicious Japanese food. From sushi and ramen to soba and wagyu beef, Japanese cuisine is fill with amazing dishes that take skill and experience to prepare properly, and some can even be considered works of culinary art. Wouldn’t it be great to learn how to prepare all that amazing food yourself. Now there is a fun and educational way to do just that and learn for yourself how to prepare your favorite Japanese dishes. When you visit Tokyo you can take a local Japanese cooking class in Tokyo with a skilled and experienced local Japanese cuisine expert.
Japan is a unique country that is a perfect mixture of both the traditional and ultra-modern, with buzzing cities alongside stunning natural landscapes. Its food is known worldwide as unique and nutritious, with a diet formed around super-fresh, seasonal ingredients. There are many types of Japanese dishes and there is something for everyone. Whether you like meat, fish, vegetables or desserts, Japanese cuisine has something you will love. Sushi is most certainly one of the most famous Japanese food types.
A dish that was born in ancient times, sushi, originated from the process of preserving fish in fermented rice. Nowadays it’s made with fresh fish and vinegared rice, presented in a multitude of ways and shapes. Ramen is a noodle soup dish that was initially imported from China and has turned out to be a standout amongst the most well known dishes in Japan in late decades. Ramen are cheap and broadly accessible, two factors that additionally make them a perfect cheap alternative when you travel around Japan. Where might Japanese food be without miso? This salty fermented bean paste forms the base of so many soups, sauces and marinades. Each part of Japan has its very own exceptional formula. These are but the basic types of Japanese dishes and there are many more fascinating and delicious types of food.
Japanese cooking course is just the thing you need to make your Japanese journey an even more unforgettable experience. If you decide to try a Japanese food class we recommend you take a look at Emi’s Kitchen. Emi is a skilled and experience Japanese cuisine expert and she will teach you all you need to know to make tasty Japanese food for yourself and your friends. Emi’s Kitchen gives you demonstrations and instructions in the art of Japanese home-style cooking for non-Japanese. Enjoy this friendly and fun atmosphere as you learn new things and skills and perhaps even meet new friends.
Emi’s Kitchen offers both Japanese home style cooking class (includes 1 main dish, 1 side dish, rice, miso soup and Japanese dessert) and a very popular sushi class (includes 3 kinds-temari, nigiri, gunkan-maki, and chawan-mushi-Japanese steamed egg custard, and miso soup). Also if you desire Emi can offer you Japanese sake for a small price so you can have it with your delicious meal.
As Emi says, preparing a dish is a combination of arts and crafts, and with the Japanese cooking class and sushi class at Emi’s Kitchen you will learn the whole process and learn to appreciate the little things that make a good meal into an amazing one. And you will also learn what it takes to prepare amazing sushi on your own. The classes are held for a minimum of 2 persons and maximum is 18. If you plan to take the Japanese home style cooking class or the Sushi class alone, it is possible but only if at least 2 more people have booked that class.
It is important to note that Emi hosts her classes at three different locations. At the Shibuya studio where she can accept 18 people, at her apartment where she can accept only 2 people and at her teacher’s house where the maximum number of people is 8.
We wholeheartedly recommend the Japanese cooking course and Sushi class of Emi’s Kitchen as it truly encompasses what makes Japanese food so unique and delicious. You will learn not only to cook, but also how to prepare the ingredients, how to present the meal to your guests and how to fully enjoy the meal itself. All of this will enable you to bring home a piece of Japan that will always stay with you, your knowledge of Japanese cuisine, and to share that same knowledge and passion with your friends and family.