Cooking Classes

Cooking classes in Yokosuka

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I run an AirBnB apartment out of my home and offer cooking classes both to guests and anyone else. You can come spend the night and learn to make something new. We are right by the beach so any class can end with a picnic. The beach and the house have a great view of Mt. Fuji.

Cooking classes: Okonomiyaki (savory pancake), yakisoba (fried noodles), seasonal bento lunch, traditional Japanese breakfast, Japanese beach BBQ, How to use different vegetables, cupcakes, appetizers and many more.

Group Cooking Classes at Serendipity Cafe in Chigasaki, Kanagawa

I do a cooking class at the lovely Serendipity Cafe (a fantastic child-friendly cafe) once a month. Topics vary by month and some classes are child friendly. There are 6-8 participants and the cost is usually 2500-3000 yen per person. The family friendly classes are 2500-3000yen per family (or pair of non-related folks).

Group Classes or Parties

Group classes or parties are hosted by one of the participants or at my home in Zushi. Classes are generally 90 minutes to two hours, depending on the topic. Classes are conducted in English and can be done in simple English for learners. These classes can be tailored to suit all ages.

Topics can include:

  • Seasonal recipes
  • Basic cooking techniques
  • Pizza party
  • Cupcake making and decorating
  • Cooking for those with allergies

Parent and Child Cooking Classes

This is a great way to introduce your child to cooking. This is also a fun option for birthday parties. Together with your child, you will prepare a savory meal or a sweet treat. The menu can adapted to accommodate allergies and sensitivities. In fact, your child can choose the menu themselves from a list of options. Classes are usually 90 minutes, depending on what we make.

Topics can include:

  • Pizza party
  • Cupcakes
  • Cookies
  • Soup
  • Bread

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