Chagohan Tokyo

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Chagohan Tokyo offers a wide range of hands-on Japanese cooking classes, sake tastings, tea ceremony with optional kimono plan, rickshaw tours and food tours from a serene cooking studio in Tokyo’s Kappabashi kitchen district. Vegetarian and vegan classes are also available, including a shojin ryori menu developed by Kakuho Aoe, chief priest at Ryokusenji Temple. Furnished with antiques, gorgeous ceramics and folk art from around Japan, Chagohan is perfect for those looking for an immersive cultural experience that extends beyond the kitchen.

How Much: ¥3,780~¥12,960

Address: 2-17-13, Nishi-Asakusa, Taito-ku, 111-0035

Website: chagohan.tokyo   

Tel: 03-6802-8248

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