Dishes start with the dish! We'll meet at a cafe to say our hellos and get introduced, and then I'll take you shopping for plates and serving platters that are traditionally used in Japanese home cooking. We'll also visit a local supermarket to gather up all of the Japanese spices and food with a long shelf life…
Equipment, Drinks, Food
All equipment, including recipes
Let's eat lunch we cooked. Icing cookie as a gift
3 kinds of Sake to taste
Noriko was inspired to share her culture and cuisine after an incredible experience she had cooking and eating with a local family living in rural New Zealand, where they use a boat regularly to get around. On her return to Japan, she began offering cooking lessons in Tokyo with the sole objective of sharing authentic Japanese food and culture with the world. She specializes not only in traditional cuisine like washoku gozen, seasonal and authentic Japanese dishes but also in showcasing modern trends that Japanese housewives’ use in their everyday cooking. http://washocook.com/en/
We'll visit Kappabashi Street, which is lined with tons of shops with plates, dishes, utensils, and everything restaurants and home cooks need—except the food!