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Temari Sushi& Wagyu beef Bento Class&Street walking - Tokyo cooking class

House

Pick Up

Vegetarian


3 hours

1-6 guests

Market Visiting





Menu


Temari Sushi(small ball sushi)
Small piece of Wagyu steak
Rolled Egg(sweet or unsweet)
3kinds of traditional vegi dishes
Clear soup or Miso soup
A glass of plum wine or raw sake

Dessert: Sweet red bean with mochi and green tea

As soon as you arrive at the kitchen, a good Hokkaido natural water bottle will be served.
In this class, we will make sushi rice and soup stock from scatch. You can use your imagination to make cute Temari Sushi using green leaves and edible flowers. Rolling eggs is fun and you can make it sweet or unsweet or add cheese if you want to! 3 traditional dishes are all vegi to balance up your meal. Ingredients are all organic. Dessert is ZENZAI which is sweet red bean with mochi and a good green tea. As for option, RAW sake is in my fridge and will be served ¥500 per glass.


About Host


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Shirley Mayumi


Hi. My name is Shirley Mayumi Maekawa. I was born in the states and raised in Japan. I also lived in Taipei, Singapore for my husband's work and those experience has lead me to open a kitchen for fogreiners who are interested in Japanese cooking. Luckly, I'm graduated from a culinary school in Japan 29years ago and for now, I'm a fermented food reseacher, Sake navigator, Cheese navigator, Food hygiene maneger and owner of Shirley's Cooking&Workshops. My new kitchen is located at a residential area in Tokyo so you can enjoy some street walk and supermarket tour after your class.

How it works


Step1 Cook

cooking together

Visit a Japanese local's home and learn to cook their specialty.

Step2 Enjoy your meal!

eating together

Eat the authentic homemade Japanese meal with your Japanese host. Take the opportunity to have a genuine conversation with a local Japanese Person.


Area



The closest station
Chitosefunabashi Station



How to get to the station?
・From Shinjuku Station: 20mins




Exact location provided after booking.