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Culinary Experiences




Home Cooking

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A home cooked meal is made using local ingredients that will help you capture essence of the area through your taste buds. Learn how to make the meals and bring the skills back home with you. It will be a souvenir that will remind you of the amazing flavors Japan has to offer through home cooked meals.

Culinary Class

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Certain regions in Japan are known for their specialty with specific food. Their fame could range from noodles to seafood. With the culinary classes you can learn how to make the unique food, which is taught by professionals.

Soba Making

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Soba are made using buckwheat and can be served cold with a dipping sauce or in a hot broth. It is an inexpensive food that can be food in different areas as a fast food or in sit down restaurants. Experience the process on making the thin noodles from scratch.

Sushi Making

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Sushi is a famous cuisine known around the world. It is a culinary skill many people want to learn. Sushi chefs will teach you the proper ways to make sushi and bring home a skill set. It will be a great opportunity to see how this food is made.

Tsukiji Fish Market Tour with Sushi Chef

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Tsukiji Fish Market is one of the largest seafood wholesale market places in the world. Going on tour with a sushi chef in the market will provide insight of products. The hundreds of vendors will leave you in awe while making you hungry for some delicious seafood.

Dinning with SumoWrestlers

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Sumo Wrestlers have a diet that will help bulk up their bodies. They main dish that all sumo wrestlers eat is called chankonabe. It is a stew filled with vegetables, fish, tofu and meat. Nabe has all those ingredients, but chankonabe is the supersized version.

Wagashi Making

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Wagashi are traditional Japanese confections that are usually made out of plant ingredients. There are a wide variety of ingredients, but the common ones are made with either mochi, anko (red bean paste) or fruits. Learn how to make these traditional treats that go great with tea.