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Cooking Sun

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Getting hands-on with cooking Japanese food in Kyoto!
Why not learn how to cook some Japanese food while you are in Japan? The class will be taught in English by very informative Japanese instructors. Be prepared to learn some new cooking techniques and make Bento or Izakaya dishes in one of two classes offered at Cooking Sun. They will provide you with an apron and all the equipment, so just come in with your ambition on learning something new to cook! Most importantly, you will be eating your delicious Japanese food at the end. The cooking class is very fun and exciting activity for you and your family to enjoy. ▼Click here for Editor's Report http://sharing-kyoto.com/Blog/b_Cooking-Sun/
The Ingredients
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The Ingredients
You may come across some ingredients that you never seen before! Learn about the staple ingredients in Japanese cuisine and learn how to use them. Pictured are dried bonito and kelp used to make dashi soup stock. You may consider buying some of the ingredients as you learn about them in this class so that you can recreate some of the dishes at home. Some ingredients are available for purchase at Cooking Sun as well.
Get Hands On!
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Get Hands On!
Choose from two classes: Bento or Izakaya. Different dishes will be made between the two classes, but both will require some hands-on cooking! Sushi rolls are being made in the bento class while gyoza are being made in izakaya class out of many other dishes. Be excited to learn how to make some of the dishes that you may already love and dishes that may be completely new to you. Take home the new skills that you learn in this cooking class!
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Make Reservations Online
Making a reservation online is easy! Check out which days have openings. There are two classes per day, typically the bento classes are in the morning and izakaya classes are held during the afternoon. Make a payment online as well with a credit card.
Manner & Tips
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Listen carefully of the instructions and ask questions if needed.
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Price
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
Yoko
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The class is very fun! No need for prior experience needed. I took the bento class, and I learned many techniques on making Japanese food like sushi roll, tempura, dashi stock, and more! Eating all of it at the end was very pleasurable as well. Plus, meeting other participants (from all over the world!) was very nice. I definitely recommend taking a class here!
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Cooking Sun
Category Cultural Experience
Phone +81 75-746-5094
Address 679 Funaya-cho, Higashinakasuji Matsubara agaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto
Directions 10-minute walk from Subway Shijo/Karasuma Stn 10-minute walk from Subway Gojo Stn 20-minute walk from JR Kyoto Stn
Open Hours Morning Bento Class : 9:30am - 1pm (3.5hrs) Afternoon Izakaya Class : 2pm - 5:30pm (3.5hrs)
Reservations Needed (online reservation available)
Closed None
Notes *Vegetarian and gluten-free menus are available. *Children can also join-in on these cooking classes.
Price range
¥5,000 - ¥7,800
Credit cards Accepted
Overseas Tourist-Friendly
Classes are taught in English
Information English
Lanuages spoken English
URL1 http://www.cooking-sun.com/
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