Japanese cooking class for making okonomiyaki while touching the life of Tokyo

You can experience typical home cooking while touching Tokyo’s life with the guidance of a local host. Like a petit homestay.
In this class, in addition to the recipes prepared by the host, you will visit a local supermarket, choose your favorite ingredients, and learn how to make okonomiyaki.
Learn how to cook easily at home.
* Duration: 3 hours
* Starts: Meguro City, Japan
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Cooking Classes




You can experience typical home cooking while touching Tokyo’s life with the guidance of a local host. Like a petit homestay.
In this class, in addition to the recipes prepared by the host, you will visit a local supermarket, choose your favorite ingredients, and learn how to make okonomiyaki.
Learn how to cook easily at home.

11: 20-11: 30 set
11: 31-11: 50 lecture (at local supermarket)
11: 55-13: 30 Cooking and tasting
13: 30-14: 00 Questions

You can also customize the recipe upon request. Vegetarian recipes can be customized to your liking. If you have any allergies, please let us know in advance!

Okonomiyaki is becoming increasingly popular overseas. Okonomiyaki is a Japanese-style unsweetened pancake. Many Japanese people make okonomiyaki at home instead of shops. “Preferences” means “as you like” and “baked” means “cook / sauté / bake”. In this class, we will make a Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki layered with vegetables, dried food, pork and egg noodles and a general Kanto-style okonomiyaki. It is also fun to turn it over and over using special kitchenware. Learn secret recipes that even beginners will not fail, and after returning home, please give your family and friends a real taste ♪

Sample Menu

• Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki and Kanto-style okonomiyaki – Okonomiyaki is becoming increasingly popular overseas. Okonomiyaki is a Japanese-style unsweetened pancake. “Preferences” means “as you like” and “baked” means “cook / sauté / bake”. In this class, we will make a Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki layered with vegetables, dried food, pork and egg noodles and a general Kanto-style okonomiyaki.