- A private cooking demonstration experience with a Japanese chef in a bistro
- You will have the opportunity to learn how to cook some everyday Japanese dishes
Japanese cuisine has become popular over time around the world, but many still find it difficult to properly use some ingredients and give that subtle and balanced touch that is Japanese cuisine.
Who This Experience Is Good For
This class of cooking is for those who, in addition to enjoying Japanese cuisine, want to learn the tricks that many books try to describe, but which are subtle and difficult to absorb.
Meet Our Local Host
Miwa Kinoshita started learning to cook at a young age and found in this job the opportunity to meet people and interact with them while cooking. Thus opening her own bistro where she only receives customers she knows or are recommended by acquaintances, making her food bring even greater comfort within her small but charming bistro in Namba.
Start Time: 2:45 pm Meet Ken in front of “Starbucks Coffee - Tsutaya Ebisubashi”.
Walk 7 minutes to Kinzo
Start the class 3pm
End time: 6pm
- Private cooking class
- Recipes for dishes in English
- 6 dishes & 1 drink
- Feel free to take videos and pictures during the experience
What’s Not Included
- Any material, equipment, food or drink not mentioned above
Know Before You Go
The place is very small, but cozy, so the maximum number of 6 people.
In Japan it is always good to carry cash
Minimum Needed: 3 people
Maximum Capacity: 6 people
Booking Deadline: 10 days before the start date
Weather Dependent: No
Difficulty Level: Easy
Special Clothing Required: Please wear comfortable clothes, as you may have the chance to be chosen by the chef to assist in the kitchen.
Special Dietary Restrictions: The food will contain seafood, gluten and soy.
Extra Cash: For any extra food or drink you might want to order
Ground Transportation: N/A
Additional Information: N/A
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates