Heart-Warming Japanese In Home Cooking Lesson with a Local Mother in Osaka

Heart-Warming Japanese In Home Cooking Lesson with a Local Mother in Osaka
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$48
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Join your host Yoshiko in her kitchen and learn to prepare 4-5 Japanese home style dishes from scratch! Yoshiko will have you start by showing you how to make dashi stock, the Japanese foundation that most dishes are based on. You will learn how to use dashi instead of water when preparing Japanese cuisine to bring out the umami flavor of each dish. You can expect the cooking portion of your experience to last about an hour before you sit down to enjoy the meal you helped prepare. Yoshiko will also share printed recipes with you, so you can recreate the dishes you learned at home. 

This is a wonderful way to get a glimpse into the life of a Japanese local and experience the country's culture and cuisine first-hand!

Please note: Guests can bring their own alcohol to enjoy over the meal.

Yoshiko worked as tour guide for many years before she started teaching Japanese cooking at home. Proud of the cooking techniques she learned from her mother, a wonderful home cook, Yoshiko enjoys sharing her mother's recipes and cooking skills with others. She also enjoys creating and experimenting with new menus, and values using fresh and natural ingredients in the healthy Japanese food she prepares. 

Yoshiko lives in Takarazuka, a town located a quick 20 minutes by train from central Osaka, known for both its hot springs and its all-female Takarazuka Revue, a musical theater-troupe.

Join her for a culinary experience you'll remember long after your trip is over!

Join your host Yoshiko in her kitchen and learn to prepare 4-5 Japanese home style dishes from scratch! Yoshiko will have you start by showing you how to make dashi stock, the Japanese foundation that most dishes are based on. You will learn how to use dashi instead of water when preparing Japanese cuisine to bring out the umami flavor of each dish. You can expect the cooking portion of your experience to last about an hour before you sit down to enjoy the meal you helped prepare. Yoshiko will also share printed recipes with you, so you can recreate the dishes you learned at home. 

This is a wonderful way to get a glimpse into the life of a Japanese local and experience the country's culture and cuisine first-hand!

Please note: Guests can bring their own alcohol to enjoy over the meal.