This specialty vegan cookery class will teach you the basics of Japanese Washoku with a class designed especially for foreign students. The class will give you the opportunity to learn some of the most classic Japanese recipes with a vegan twist. The menu includes sushi, miso soup including making the dashi stock from scratch, and matcha pudding (without eggs). You’ll learn to make these dishes in the hands-on cookery session before sitting down to enjoy your meal together. You’ll be able to cook food for friends and family, make new friends and learn about Japanese food. It costs 3,000 yen per person and includes all ingredients – the only thing you need to bring is a pencil and apron. If you bring a friend, you get a discount and can pay just 5,000 for two!
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