Japanese food culture, Food event in Tokyo, Japanese unique ingredients and classes
Every one enjoy making a sushi platter.!
We have welcomed a family originally from San Francisco. They have been traversing the world and currently staying in Tokyo and will travel through Japan. The family wanted to learn Japanese food culture and cooking technics in my class.
First, the sushi class starts with making sushi rice. There are several technics and tools to make nice vinegar flavored, and moderate moisture sushi rice.
Then cook Japanese style omelet. The participants use special rectangle egg omelet pan in our kitchen, some people call ' tamago pan', to make rectangle shaped omelet. See the boy made egg omelet successfully! The egg omelet will be cu in strip and will be one of the ingredients of sushi roll.
You may find many cooking tips in the class. Many people have no confidence to make sushi rolls at the beginning of the class, but there haven't have any failure so far.
Eventually the family made a sushi patter, sushi roll, inari-zushi and salmon aburi-zushi at the class and enjoyed their lunch with delicious sushi.
Enjoy Japanese cooking!
I am happy to announce to offer 2 Hours Sake Tasting and Food Pairing Class starting from this month.
Since I'm a certified sake sommelier and international sake sommelier, I want to spread sake to visitors from the world.
This class has casual atmosphere and very welcome to beginners, even though you have never tasted sake.
You will experience in the class
1 You learn about sake in the short lecture
2 Sip and taste 4 different characteristics of sake
3 Getting to know how to pair sake and food
Complementally resume and tasting chart for give away.
Simple tofu and condiments is staple appetizer for Japanese people.
Enjoy Japanese tofu style as what we eat usually. The tofu is served Japanese special condiments. You will newly find those condiments and might want to get back to your country.
4 kinds of miso with fresh cucumber stick. Do you know what is miso made of and how does is made? You will learn the ingredients of miso and there are all local miso through Japan. Those miso has deferent flavor and also those goes with different types of sake.
Sake definitely goes with fruits and sweets! I was surprised when I find those combination. I would like to try the experience. The class serve Japanese sweets and seasonal fruits.
2 hours sake tasting and food pairing class includes
The class offer 6000 yen per person, and now offering 5000 yen per person until Dec 2018 for promotion.