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Japanese Cooking Class Tokyo with Mari

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Address: 2-13-5 Shintomi, Chuo 104-0041 , Tokyo Prefecture
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[Japanese Cooking Classes in Tokyo, Japan around Tsukiji Fish Market -...

[Japanese Cooking Classes in Tokyo, Japan around Tsukiji Fish Market - Cooking with Mari in English.] It offers the experiences of heart warming home visit, the lesson of cooking and tasting seasonal homemade dishes. [1. Visiting Japanese home]This class is held not at the cooking studio but at private home to provide the experience of understanding Japanese local culture. [2. Menu of Japanese dishes] There are three kinds of cooking classes: Japanese home dishes, Japanese sweets and Japanese bread. The teacher will arrange the seasonal menu with fresh ingredients depending on your request. (ex. Sushi, Chirashi Sushi (Scattered sushi), Tempura, Udon, Teriyaki, Okonomiyaki, Katsudon, Gyoza, Simmered Mackerel in Miso, Boiled Eggplant, Miso Soup, Japanese cake and so on)[3. Explanation in English] All explanation in lessons are provided in English by teacher who studied and worked in California, and worked for international school in Japan. [4. Price] 6,500 yen/Day (2-3 hours) [5. Schedule] lunch time (around 10:00-12:00) and dinner time (around 17:00-19:00). Details is announced on the official web site. [6. Access] Tokyo town area near to Tsukiji Fish Market. The teacher will be at Shintomicho station to pick up guests. Shintomicho station is 4 minutes walk from Tsukiji station. Also it is 10-15 minutes walk or 10 minutes by metro from Ginza station . [7. Reservation or inquiry] Access to the official web site and send a mail by contact form.

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Did a cooking class with my boyfriend at Mari back in March. We absolutely loved it and Mari was an amazing teacher. Mari made us feel so welcome in her home and the whole... read more

Reviewed May 10, 2016
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed May 10, 2016 via mobile

Did a cooking class with my boyfriend at Mari back in March. We absolutely loved it and Mari was an amazing teacher. Mari made us feel so welcome in her home and the whole experience felt so personal compared to doing this with a big group. It was so lovely being taught how to make traditional Japanese food and now... More 

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Reviewed December 25, 2015

The group of 5 (2 Brits, 2 Aussies and 1 Belgian lady) met Mari at the subway station and were taken to her apartment. She offered us tea and explained about the ingredients that go into a typical Japanese meal. Each person was given one or more tasks to help prepare the meal. My task was cutting onions which I... More 

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Reviewed December 19, 2015

did a class with Mari on my last day in Japan. Fantastic end to the trip - the experience of cooking and eating in a local's kitchen, hearing about the different foods and how they are used and in the end, eating delicious food. Mari is extremely knowledgeable about Japanese food and provides detailed guidance and explanations on what she... More 

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Reviewed December 2, 2015

Visited Japan with my wife and wanted to try a Japanese cooking class. Mari's class was very well reviewed and her website was easy to access and use for English speakers. I emailed her ahead of time and luckily she had an opening for us. The class itself was very informative and fun. There were 6 of us in the... More 

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Haifa, Israel
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Reviewed November 15, 2015

Marry's cooking class was one of the best experiences we had in Japan, and allowed us to bring a small piece of Japan home. Mari is incredibly friendly and outgoing with grade A English and a great sense of humor. She is also a top notch chef, with years of experience, formal training in cooking around the world, and a... More 

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Reviewed November 9, 2015

I heard about this class online at TripAdvisor, and I'm really glad I did this class. Mari's apartment is located to Tsukiji Fish Market (which is also a must-do), so I visited the market in the morning, and had a sushi breakfast there. Afterwards, I walked to the station where we're supposed to meet (about 1 mile/1.6km away). There, I... More 

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Reviewed November 4, 2015

My husband and I had a wonderful experience cooking with Mari in Tokyo. She is an absolutely delightful personality, her English is excellent, and she definitely knows her cooking - both Japanese and Western. Taking this class gave us insights not only into how to cook Japanese food but Japanese culture and daily life in Tokyo. First, we learned how... More 

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Reviewed November 2, 2015

It was a very interesting experience and delightfull meal. We learned some basics we did not known before, not only about japanese cooking but also about japanaese culture. Mari is a very good communicator as she makes the class enjoyable for everyone. Located close to the fish market gave us the opportunity to visit it before the class.

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Odense, Denmark
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Reviewed November 2, 2015

Our family had a great time cooking with Mari. It was one of the highlights on our first trip to Tokyo. Besides being a great cook Mari is really good at describing Japanese food culture as well as the basics of cooking. We had a great time and bought some of Mari's cooking books as gifts for our family and... More 

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Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
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Reviewed October 28, 2015

Instructor, Mari-san has a very wide knowledge about Japanese cooking. She taught us various way of cooking even for one recipe. It is very helpful when we cook the recipe again at home. I really respect her kindness & passion about cooking!

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