Try cooking Japanese food in Osaka at this one-day cooking workshop!
Traditional Japanese food has now become internationally popular.
Some foreign tourists visiting Japan even say that eating Japanese foods is the most exciting part of the trip.
Have you eaten Japanese food before?
Japanese food has a very long history of more than 1000 years.
Even today, professional chefs carefully make each dish.
Instead of simply eating the dishes, have you ever felt that you want to make them yourself?
Some might have already challenged making Japanese food before.
However, it may be quite difficult to try making them if you are a beginner.
So today, we will introduce you “Sakura cook” where you can learn the history of Japanese food and the skills to make them at the same time.
Sakura cook will teach you the quick and basic skills which you can easily apply so that you can join the lesson even during your trip to Osaka.
Experiencing the “Sushi course” and “Tempura course”
The recommended course at Sakura cook is the “Sushi course” and “Tempura course.”
Both courses take about 2 hours and 30 minutes. (Lesson 1.5 hours/ Eating 1 hour)
The classes are held at noon and evening.
The class prepares all the ingredients, equipment, and aprons, so participants can join without any preparation.
The classes are held in Japanese, English, and even Chinese.
You can enjoy the class while freely asking any questions about cooking or Japanese food.
The price of the class is 12,000 yen for both courses. (tax not included)
Reservation can be made from one person.
※Some course provides a vegetarian option, so please contact the class beforehand if you are interested.
If you show the OsakaYanen-exclusive coupon, you will be able to receive a free drink service while you eat (including alcohol beverages), or a Japanese souvenir!
Please show this coupon when you visit the class.
Reservation can be made at the link below.
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- Name of the facility
- Sakura Cook
- Tsubakidou Building 2F, 1-2-19 Awaza, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
- Nearest station
- Hommachi Station (Yotsubashi Line, Chuo Line, Midosuji Line)
The nearest route is to exit the 21 exit of Hommachi Station (Yotsubashi Line) and turn right before the 7-Eleven, and turn right again on the next turn, and finally take another left turn on the first corner.
- Business hours
- Lunch Class: 11:30-14:00
Dinner Class: 16:30-19:00