56 Experiences in Kyoto

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Cooking Class

Decorative-sushi-roll 2kind

   ¥7000
    Kyoto 
Menu
・Kazarimaki sushi (decorative sushi rolls) 2kinds
・Japanese tea
・Our original recipe booklet
・Certification from SAKURA
・You can take lessons with your favorite Japanese traditional clothes in free charge:
Kimono(for women) Samue(for men) Yukata(for girl) Dougi for Kendo or Karate(for boys)
Options
・lot of kinds of sake, beer, and wine which made in Kyoto.
・Soft drinks
・Offered in bottles or cans,and you can choose antique sake cup to drink
Kazarimaki is one of the ways of sushi rolls. It is known as the Art sushi roll in English. You can make and eat this special-styled sushi with a fantastic pattern.
Learn how to make cute "Kazarimaki" sushi (decorative sushi rolls). You can make sushi rolls that look like a beautiful flower or make them into a very traditional Japanese look. During this lesson, you will learn about the essentials and trivia about sushi-rolls.
We basically used rice vinegar sugar, sesame, ginger, vegetable and nori (made from seaweed). According to the menu, we used edible pigment in purpose for rice coloring. You can be assured that they are all made from natural ingredients.

Also, we using edible pigment contained from natural things as below.
-Red color is made from red mildew (fermented red rice)
-Blue color is extracted from algae
-Yellow color is extracted from gardenia fruit
-Orange color extracted from Japanese mustard
-Green/yellow and blue pigment extracted from gardenia fruit

Decorative-sushi-roll 1kind



Cooking Class

Decorative-sushi-roll 1kind

   ¥5000
    Kyoto 
・Kazarimaki sushi (decorative sushi rolls) 1kind
・Japanese tea
・Our original recipe booklet
・Certification from SAKURA
・You can take lessons with your favorite Japanese traditional clothes in free charge:
Kimono(for women) Samue(for men) Yukata(for girl) Dougi for Kendo or Karate(for boys)
Options
・lot of kinds of sake, beer, and wine which made in Kyoto.
・Soft drinks
・Offered in bottles or cans,and you can choose antique sake cup to drink

Kazarimaki is one of the ways of sushi rolls. It is known as the Art sushi roll in English. You can make and eat this special-styled sushi with a fantastic pattern.
Learn how to make cute "Kazarimaki" sushi (decorative sushi rolls). You can make sushi rolls that look like a beautiful flower or make them into a very traditional Japanese look. During this lesson, you will learn about the essentials and trivia about sushi-rolls.
We basically used rice vinegar sugar, sesame, ginger, vegetable and nori (made from seaweed). According to the menu, we used edible pigment in purpose for rice coloring. You can be assured that they are all made from natural ingredients.
Also, we using edible pigment contained from natural things as below.
-Red color is made from red mildew (fermented red rice)
-Blue color is extracted from algae
-Yellow color is extracted from gardenia fruit
-Orange color extracted from Japanese mustard
-Green/yellow and blue pigment extracted from gardenia fruit
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What customers are saying?


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Caroline, Hong Kong
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"A great sharing time, just like having a gathering in a friend’s home!"


I visited Tokyo many times. I always want to attend a cooking class in a Japan local residence so that not only I can learn how to make Japanese dishes but also I can learn the Japanese culture. Thanks “airKitchen” for making my dream comes true! I like the service of airKitchen team as they replied to my email enquiry promptly so I could decide which course to take. The host Masako-san provided great hospitality and made me feel like home. I enjoyed doing hands-on udon and tempura making, especially the traditional way in making udon! I also enjoyed sitting down and eating our finished products together. A great sharing time, just like having a gathering in a friend’s home! This is truly an enjoyable and memorable experience! I am really looking forward to my next trip to Japan and my next cooking lesson with airKitchen.


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Heng, Singapore
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"Our cooking class experience was marvelous!"


Our cooking class 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 class, she was happy to share about the nice places of Tokyo to visit. In short, Michiko is an awesome host.


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Danycia, America
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"It is a must for anyone visiting Japan!!!"


I had such fun time experiencing true Japanese cooking, culture, and food through airKitchen! airKitchen is a great way to stay at a Japanese's local's home and learn how to make simple, yet delicious beautiful Japanese dishes. It is a must for anyone visiting Japan!!!



Why Taking a Cooking Class in Kyoto is a Must-Do

Japanese cuisine is by far one of the most delicious and unique on the entire planet.
With dishes so unique and preparation styles rather quite unusual, it is something of a curiosity for almost anyone who happens to visit the country.

There is indeed much to be said about Japanese cuisine. Whether it is the ingredients or preparation styles, the dishes that the country offers are unique unto themselves in a myriad of ways.
Japanese foods is considered one of the most healthy on the planet, and has a track record to prove it; Japan today has some of the oldest and indeed, healthiest people. Clearly, the diet has something to do with the longevity of the Japanese people.
Indeed, this is one of the reasons why a lot of people want to learn about these dishes, as well as how to prepare them.

And when it comes to actually preparing them, what better place to learn it than in Japan itself?
There is simply no better teacher when it comes to Japanese dishes, than someone who is Japanese, as in the case of a Kyoto cooking class.
You can in fact get plenty of Japanese people ready to help you out, in your quest for that perfect recipe and cooking class. Whether a one-on-one session or that a group, expect to learn everything there is on cooking that perfect Japanese dish, in an authentic Japanese kitchen.
Also to note here is that the classes are usually in the form of a package, where you get to enjoy more than just cooking. The Kyoto cooking classes are in fact an inclusive adventure and experience, where you get to enjoy among other things, local tours and travels, sightseeing and even visit local markets to buy the ingredients.
The last aspect of going shopping is especially interesting, for you will not only be cooking the food, but actually doing other things as well such as learning about its basic ingredients, understanding local traditions and more.
The classes are fairly affordable and even offer facilities like pickup and drop, making everything hassle-free for anyone who is interested.

To get some more information about Kyoto, the city where the classes are based, it is a city situated in the island country’s interior.
Once the capital of Japan, this land-locked city is today one of the largest cities in all of Japan, and capital of the Kyoto prefecture. This historical legacy has left the city with an abundance of landmarks ranging from old pagodas to castles and everything in between. Among other things, Kyoto has an important role to play in Japan, when it comes to industry, commerce, finance and culture.
Also important to add here is that Kyoto is today considered one of the most important tourist destinations in all of Japan, attracting countless tourists from across the world.

So if you happen to be visiting this part of Japan, know that you are spoiled for choice in these Kyoto cooking classes, if you ever want to learn about its cooking.
From the humble sushi to the most extravagant buffet meals, you can learn it all, should you be visiting this lovely Japanese city anytime soon.


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