Make Riceball 'Onigiri' With Local Mom near ASAKUSA

I’m a mother of two kids and a huge fan of traveling like you are. I backpacked all over the world when I was a student, and I have never forgotten the amazing food I had during my trip. I always wished I had learned how to make those dishes, so I could make them in my own home. That experience inspired me to create my own Japanese cooking class for travelers visiting Japan. You may think Japanese food is difficult to make, but if you know the right techniques, you can make authentic Japanese cuisine even if you’re a novice.
* Duration: 1 day 1 hour 30 minutes
* Starts: Taito City, Japan
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Cooking Classes




I’m a mother of two kids and a huge fan of traveling like you are. I backpacked all over the world when I was a student, and I have never forgotten the amazing food I had during my trip. I always wished I had learned how to make those dishes, so I could make them in my own home. That experience inspired me to create my own Japanese cooking class for travelers visiting Japan. You may think Japanese food is difficult to make, but if you know the right techniques, you can make authentic Japanese cuisine even if you’re a novice.

Itinerary

※If there is hope for the date and time, Please say it.

I will hold the class according to your wishes as much as I can!!

In this class,We will cook “Onigiri” and “Miso-soup” and “Atsuyaki-tamago(Japanese

omelet”.

And the end of this class, Let’s eat Japanese sweet dessert with all!!

In this experience, we will make the simplest, yet best, of Japanese comfort food.

It seems easy to make onigiri rice balls—and, well, it is, as long as you know the right way to make them.

I’ll teach you how to use our own hands to shape the rice into triangular balls. Once you get it, you’ll be an onigiri master.

I’ll prepare several kinds of ingredients for you to put inside the onigiri. You’ll learn that the different ways of nigiri depend on the ingredients.

After you master it, you can make your own onigiri to bring to your work or school like we do in Japan.

Stop At:

• Asakusa, Taito Tokyo Prefecture