BentoYa Cooking Class

BentoYa, or “Lunch Box place” in English, is a cooking class that blends authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine with vegetarianism. Meeting at a Washocook Cooking Certificate class, the owners of BentoYa shared the same beliefs about making vegetarian bentos for health and humanitarian purposes, all while remaining incredibly delicious. Attracting foreigners all over the world, you can comfortably follow the class in English and immerse yourself in traditional bento-making culture. Master how to make the iconic tamagoyaki, or fried egg rolls, which uses its specially made rectangular frying pan, or learn about vegan alternatives such as the vegan karaage which uses textured soy protein. Whether you’re a vegetarian or a meat lover, you will surely find an interesting skill to add to your daily meals.

Address: 2-2, Yotsuya, Chiyoda-ku, 160-0004

Website: facebook.com/bentoyacooking

Tel: 080-9340-0648

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