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Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes

Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes (Minami Azabu) – Learn to Cook, Shop and Eat Well!

Best Living Japan is excited to tie-up with Japanese cooking teacher, Ms. Yuki Suzuki, to offer Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes this autumn.  Classes will begin on Thursday, September 21st and run through December 7th, but don’t worry you don’t need to commit to 10 weeks of classes. We know you are busy so feel free to choose 4 or 8 of the ten weeks offered. Menus for each week’s lesson are below. Registration here.  

SORRY PRESENTLY CLASSES ARE FULL. We do have a wait list if you would like to sign-up

Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking ClassesAfter talking to hundreds of new arriving families in Japan, we know that one of the most frustrating things can be shopping and cooking for your family. After attending 4-8 classes of the Survival Japanese Home Cooking, you will walk into a Japanese supermarket with more confidence and be able to throw together great economical meals for your family. Join to have fun and learn!

Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes (Minami Azabu) – Learn to Cook, Shop and Eat Well!

The Best Living Japan cooking classes will be offered on Thursday from September 21 – December 7th, 2017 (October 26th and November 23rd are vacation days)

1. Sign-up for 4 or 8 classes (choose from 10 classes offered) 4 classes are 30,000 JPY (7,500 per class)  and 8 classes are 55,000 JPY (6,875 per class). We may have space for out-of-town guest who can attend for 8,000 JPY per class (must be confirmed prior to attending). 

2. Each class usually has a main, two side dishes and rice (some mains incorporate rice or a carb so may not have a rice or one side).Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes

3. Each class will have a different core learning covering elements such as Japanese soup and sauce stocks, seaweed, oils and more.

4. Each class you will be taught 10 core Japanese words that you will need and will use in your daily shopping and cooking life in Japan.

5. A great opportunity to meet new friends cooking and a relaxing with lunch at the end of each class.

 

SORRY PRESENTLY CLASSES ARE FULL. We do have a wait list if you would like to sign-up

Classes are offered in the same building as the Best Living Japan K.K. offices in Minami Azabu.  To register for a class click this link to complete a sign-up form and chose the number of classes and actual classes your would like to attend. Payment must be made within 48 hours via the PayPal button located below to reserve your classes. Recipient’s email address is payments@bestlivingjapan.com.

SORRY PRESENTLY CLASSES ARE FULL. We do have a wait list if you would like to sign-up
If you have any specific questions please let us know at info@BestLivingJapan.com.

***Please note the menu sides and rice dish may change according to group request or seasonality.

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Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes

Course Details – Thursdays; 9:30 – 12:30 (Choose 4 or 8 classes from the 10 listed) Register Here (link to sign-up  form)

*****************SORRY PRESENTLY CLASSES ARE FULL. We do have a wait list if you would like to sign-up

FULL – W1. September 21st
Main: Sushi Temari, Side 1:  Daikon & Mizuna Salad, Side 2: Clam Soup
Menue Allergens: Egg, Fish, Shrimp and Crab
Additional Learnings: How to select/buy soy sauce, vinegar, and rice at a local supermarket

 FULL – W2. September 28th – FULL (Please do not choose on the sign-up form)
Main: Teriyaki Chicken and Salmon, Side 1: Ohitashi (boiled greens), Side 2: Greens and Aburage (deep fried tofu) Miso Soup, Rice: White Rice
Menue Allergens:: Soy, Fish
Additional Learnings: How to select/buy soy sauce, sugar, and miso at a local supermarket. How to buy/make dashi (stock) and learn the differences of  leafy greens

FULL – W3. October 5th 
Main: Tonkatsu (Japanese Fried Pork), Side 1:  Gobo no Kinpira (fried burdock), Side 2: Tonjiru (pork miso soup),  Rice: White Rice
Menue Allergens: Wheat, Eggs
Additional Learnings: How to select/buy oil, so-su (Worcester sauce), and miso at a local supermarket

FULL  – W4. October 12th 
Main: 4 Types of Grilled Fish, Side 1:  Hijiki (type of seaweed), Side 2: Sea Weed & Turnip Miso Soup, Rice: Turnip Leaf Rice
Menue Allergens: Fish
Additional Learnings: Learn to grill the main 4 types of fish and use various seaweeds for daily meals

FULL – W5. October 19th
Main: Nikujaga (Beef and Potato Japanese Stew), Side 1:  Tamago Yaki (Japanese Omelet), Side 2: Okura Miso Soup,  Rice: Sweet Potato Rice
Menue Allergens: Eggs
Additional Learnings: Learn about the different types of potatoes sold in the local supermarkets, and what konyaku is and how to use it.

FULL – W6. November 2nd 
Main: Okonomiyaki (Japanese pizza/pancakes), Side 1:  Sautéed Japanese Mushrooms, Side 2: Enoki Miso Soup
Menue Allergens: Wheat, Eggs
Additional Learnings: How to select/buy flour, so-su (Worcester sauce), and mayo at a local supermarket. Learn about the different types of Japanese mushrooms

FULL –  W7. November  9th 
Main: Temaki Sushi (Party Food), Side 1:  Karage (Japanese Fried Chicken), Side 2: Kakitamajiru (egg drop soup)
Menue Allergens: Wheat, Egg
Additional Learnings: How to select/buy soy sauce, vinegar, and rice at a local supermarket.

FULL – W8. November 16th 
Main:  Agedashi Tofu (fried tofu with dash stock) , Side 1:  Aburaage (deep fried tofu) Salad, Side 2: Tofu Miso Soup, Rice: Takikomi Gohan (mixed rice)
Menue Allergens: Soy
Additional Learnings: Know the different tofu, and how to cook them. How to buy/make dash (stock)

FULL – W9. November 30th
Main: Curry Rice (Japanese curry) Side:  Agenibitashi (deep fried vegetable in stock), Rice: White Rice
Menue Allergens: Wheat
Additional Learnings: Know the different types of “curry roux”

FULL – W10. December 7 th 
Main: Nabe (hot pot), Side:  Tsukemono (Japanese pickles), Rice: Ojiya (porridge)
Menue Allergens: Eggs
Additional Learnings: Learn about the different types of nabe (hot pot) and how to prepare it. Learn about the different tsukemono (Japanese pickles)

Register Here (link to sign-up form)

Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes

Yuki Sensei (Ms. Yuki Suzuki)

Born in Aomori Japan, raised in the USA and the Netherlands, Yuki loves cooking (and eating!) and shares her passion for cooking with expats and tourists from all over the world.  Her dishes are based on popular homemade Japanese cooking that anyone can easily cook, based on her mom’s recipe.  She is a graduate of Waseda University, and the Japan Food Coordinator School and is a Certified Food Sanitation Supervisor by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Social Welfare and Public Health.

Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes

 

 

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Best Living Survival Japanese Home Cooking Classes (Minami Azabu) – Learn to Cook, Shop and Eat Well!

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