Learn How to Make Traditional Japanese Cuisine with Toki LABO

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Learn How to Make Traditional Japanese Cuisine with Toki LABO
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Learn How to Make Traditional Japanese Cuisine with Toki LABO
Toki LABO cooking class

Learn How to Make Traditional Japanese Cuisine with Toki LABO
Toki LABO cooking class

Learn How to Make Traditional Japanese Cuisine with Toki LABO
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Learn How to Make Traditional Japanese Cuisine with Toki LABO
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Hosted by Tokitarazu restaurant’s cooking school, Toki LABO, this hands-on cooking class lets you try your hand at preparing traditional Japanese cuisine (washoku), which was added to UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage list in 2013. You will learn about kaiseki (traditional course menus) and the basics of Japanese cuisine, for example how to make dashi (soup stock), how to make sumeshi (sushi rice), and how to use Japanese cooking utensils. Ideal for both beginners and more experienced cooks, the lesson features plenty of healthy and seasonal fresh ingredients, and also offers insight into local food culture and nutrition.

Beginner and intermediate level classes (¥7,500) offered Monday to Saturday. Advanced level classes (¥8,500) offered on Sundays. Visit their website to check out seasonal recipes.

Click on “Book a Class” below for more detailed information and a booking form. You can also email info@tokitarazu.com or call 03-6277-1577 for more information.

Beginner course
From Monday to Saturday
Time: 3pm-5:30pm (2 hours and 30 mins)

Advanced course
Every Sunday
Time: 11:30am-14:30pm (3 hours)

Book a Class

How Much: ¥7,500 (+tax) per class

Address: 5-1-39 Hiroo, Shibuya-ku

Website: tokitarazu.com/school/index.html

Inquiryinfo@tokitarazu.com

Tel: 03-6277-1577

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