I am a Japanese cooking instructor and became interested in health issues when I moved to New York City with my family. I obtained certification as an integrative nutrition Health Coach in the U.S. I learned “You are what you eat” and understand how food is important for the body and how it affects mood. I focus on Japanese cooking and have held many workshops in New York and Tokyo.
We eat three meals a day, which means 1,095 meals a year. Each meal rejuvenates your body and keeps it healthy. Good food not only fills your stomach, but also satisfies the mind—so it's important to make good choices. Soba noodles are a typical Japanese dish that is very popular. Homemade soba noodles do not contain any artificial flavors or preservatives, so you will be able to enjoy the savory…
If you have allergies or special requests, please let us know before the class. Soba noodles contain both buckwheat and wheat flour. The class will be held in English.
Ingredients and materials All cooking ingredients and tools will be provided, as well as aprons and recipe booklets.
We will be cooking in my cozy home kitchen. Before cooking, I will share tips on soba noodles and Japanese culture. This personal cooking experience will make your day.
9月2日 星期一 10:30到13:30。