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I spent a memorable evening with Emika in her home where she took me through some of the basics of obanzai (Kyoto home-style) cooking. Everything was delicious and easy to follow. I'm really happy I took this class! :)
My best cooking class, one of my best experience in Japan!!
Aki is a passioned cook with a lot of heart, she explains very well in an excellent English. Her place is amazing: traditional Japanese house with a beautiful garden in the very heart of...More
My husband and I took a cooking class with Michiyo on the 7th of October 2018. It was easy to get to the meeting point from Kyoto station and was about a 30 minute journey.
From the get-go Michiyo was great! She emailed me just...More
I visited Emika's home with my wife, sister, and brother-in-law. My wife and I are pescatarian and Emika was quick to communicate with us before our booking to make sure our dietary needs would be accommodated. She and her mother welcomed us into their home...More
Keiko is a great cooking teacher, and taught us how to make a fairly simple and delicious meal. Most of the vegetables in our meal came from her family's gardens.
Keiko customized it for us to make our meal completely vegan.
I really learned a...More
We spent a few hours with Keiko preparing and eating a simple meal (vege and some lovely mackerel). It was a relaxed introduction to home style Japanese cookery and ingredients - it made a change to visit someone in their home.
Midori was an amazing host - very inviting and incredibly helpful. She gave us lots of tips and secrets to Japanese cooking. She also gave us lots of advice about Kyoto helping us make the most of our time. We have taken away lots of...More
Keiko is an amazing host. Her English was excellent so communication was perfect. She was able to teach us more in a single lunch then we were able to learn from from any exhibit. She made our trip everything we wanted it to be.
It was absolutely awesome to cook and eat with Keiko-san at her house!
She's taught us how to prepare some delicious Japanese traditional dishes, she was super patient and careful.
It was amazing to spend time with her, eat with, enjoy the stories she shared...More
As amazing as all the restaurants in Kyoto were, it was such a breath of fresh air to get outside of downtown and have a truly authentic in-home culinary experience. It provided such wonderful to context to all the delicious foods we had already been...More
Response from Belgalsan | Reviewed this property |
“Hello! It isn't a course, you get to eat at a real japanese home, and can be taught how to cook what you will be eating. Unless sushi is a part of the meal, you won't be preparing it (but you can ask some tips to your... More
“Hello! It isn't a course, you get to eat at a real japanese home, and can be taught how to cook what you will be eating. Unless sushi is a part of the meal, you won't be preparing it (but you can ask some tips to your host!)”