House

Vegetarian

Vegan





Menu

~Menu~
・Hum Bao
・Plum Jelly
・Japanese Tea

This is my father's recipe! I hope all of you can enjoy! Let's learn how to make Hum Bao! Hum Bao is popular as a snack of Japanese people.


About Host


Yuki


Nice to meet you, My name is Yuki and I'm a mother of two children, a kindergartner and a toddler.
My father was a chef at his own restaurant, my mother worked there too. So cooking was familiar to me.
I also took cooking classes after work at Tokyo Kaikan Cooking School.
I continue my cooking education with a teacher who is in television and magazines.
Pre-children my passion was trekking in foreign countries. I love to eat local cuisine and going to the market and touching the local life.

Why don't you experience the basics of Japanese food made by Japanese families?

Since I was an executive secretary at a listed company, I can also teach you how to introduce delicious Japanese tea.

I am available on weekdays for lunch time classes only.

I would like to welcome guests with hospitality so that we can enjoy your stay in Japan.
How it works

Step1 Visit local's home

Visit a Japanese local' s home. Your selected host is waiting to welcome you and have a great time together!

Step2 Enjoy your meal!

Eat the authentic home-cooked Japanese meal for vegetarians and vegans with your Japanese host. Take the opportunity to have a genuine conversation with a local Japanese.


Area

The closest station
Senzoku-ike Station


How to get to the station?
・From Tokyo Station :30 mins




Exact location provided after booking.