Tempura with Tamago-Yaki
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Tempura with Tamago-Yaki(Sundays, Wednesdays & Thursdays)
- Egg roll
- Seasonal vinegared dish Or pickles
- Miso soup
- White rice
"Tempura" is a Japanese traditional dish.
It has been popular since Edo era.
It’s seafood and vegetable dish battered and deep-fried.
The secret of good tempura is in the batter recepie and the fresh ingredient.
Let’s learn how to make the best crispy prawn tempura!
- Tempura (天ぷら) is a classical Portuguese dish brought to and popularized by Japan, consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep fried.
- Tempura is a typical home cooking in Japan. It is often mentioned as a representative dish in Japan.
- Although there are various theories but, Tokugawa Ieyasu, the general of the Edo period, liked tempura and died of eating too much.
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My name is Michiko, Food lover and professional cooking teacher.
I'm originally from Kanazawa a lovely city near the beach, I grew up with lovely seafoods and I'm now living in Tokyo.
I studied English in UK, and Chinese in Beijing and Shanghai. I love traveling in the world and meeting the people and touching the culture!
I'm now studying Italian as I adore Italian food and wine!
My place is in Azabuju-ban located in the center of Tokyo.
It is popular for nice secret restaurants so a lots of gourmet lovers visit the neighborhood, That's why I live here!
If you are interested to go get some ingredient, i'm happy to introduce to you after our class!
Look forward to welcome you and share the lovely cooking time together!
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Our cooking experience with Michi's Table was marvelous. Besides teaching us the expert techniques of tempura cooking, she also shared with us the history of the food we cooked. This exemplified her in-depth knowledge of Japanese cuisine. Her love for food art was also shown by the way she taught us how to set the table for the food, interwoven with beautiful tableware and cutlery sets. Aside to cooking, she was happy to share about the nice places of Tokyo to visit. In short, Michiko is an awesome host.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
・From Tokyo Station(東京駅):15 mins
・From Roppongi Station(六本木駅):1 mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.