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No one is born a great Cook, one learns by doing.

– Julia Child


Tokyo Cooking Studio offers hands-on cooking classes in a small group setting, kinds of Japanese culinary and dining experiences, international menu classes with instructors from many countries, and cooking classes for children.  Tokyo Cooking Studio is a cooking studio to learn more about the world from a culinary perspective beyond borders.

Additional Notes:

  • Ingredients slightly may change depending on seasonal vegetables (ex, fresh tomato only summer, so use can tomato)
  • If you have any special dietary requirements, food allergies, vegetarian, or  other requests, please inform us when you make your reservation
  • In person class there are a maximum of 6 guests. 

Class Cancellation Policy:

  • One month ~ two weeks — No Cancellation Fee
  • 13 days ~ 7 days — 50% Cancellation fee
  • 7~the day of class — 100% Cancellation fee



I created this cooking experience because I really want my guests to see a great selection of Japanese local ingredients, and also discover what Japanese home cooking is. 

Class Menu

  • Oyakodon, braised chicken and onion, cook with eggs in dashi
  • Shrimp and lotus root sandwich serve with salt and sansho pepper
  • Mizuna salad with crispy baby sardine and peanuts serve with fresh wasabi dressing
  • Kabocha potage with white miso and soy milk
  • Black sesame ice cream with Azuki beans and mochi balls
  • Fruity sake

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length
4 hours

Class Fee


Sushi At Home is one of the signature classes to learn and experience the amazing hand-work dishes from Japanese cuisine. Just because you are in Japan, it is time to experience and learn how cooking tools are used, kinds of knives are used, and how to move the knife to slice raw fish, creating sashimi at home. In this class, we will be learning how to make delicious sushi rice, mixing sushi vinegar and freshly cooked rice is the most important key to making good sushi. I will teach you tools you need, how to move your hands, and the instruction of making nigiri, forming a rice. We will be making miso soup, and salad with sesame dressing, and seasonal dessert in this class.

  • Sushi plate with 6 pieces of nigiri, gunkan maki, and thin rolls
  • Clam miso soup with red miso
  • Chawan-mushi, savory egg custard
  • Seasonal fruits and fruity sake

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length

3 hours

Class Fee



Ramen is absolutely my guests’ favorite Japanese dish. There are so many amazing ramen shops all around town, but making ramen scratch is heartwarming cooking when you have extra time. In this class, we are making chicken base ramen broth that are much shorter than pork bones. And, healthier! Please request vegetarian ramen also. 

  • Chicken base ramen broth
  • Ramen toppings, chashu, ramen eggs
  • Gyoza using store bought skins filled with pork and lots of chives
  • Gyoza dipping sauce
  • Seasonal fruits and fruity sake

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length

3 hours

Class Fee



When I opened my cooking studio for mainly tourists, everyone told me how much they enjoyed eating ramen throughout their trip in Japan. And, vegetarian guests have told me they haven’t been able to try any ramen because they can’t find a vegetarian version of it. I have created this class, and it became a big hit!

Class Menu

  • Vegetarian Ramen with Miso, Sesame, Chili Paste Topped with Seasonal Grilled Vegetables and Ramen Eggs
  • Vegan Gyoza
  • Easy Black Sesame Ice Cream and Seasonal Fruits
  • Sake or Non-alcoholic drinks

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length
3 hours

Class Fee

Japanese tapas

One of my favorite Japanese meals is absolutely the Japanese tapas food! Izakaya is the place where we can taste the most creative homey food with drinks. It includes, varieties of deep fried dishes, sashimi, salad, tofu dishes, dips, braised meat and much more. Itazaka is the place where I get my food inspiration, each places makes very different creative dishes, they can be for small dishes with drinks and and some main dishes can be home cooking lunch or dinner. This class is the one you can learn all of them. It covers lots of good Japanese cooking techniques such as braised, deep fry, raw food, and knife skills.

By The End Of This Culinary Experience, You Will:

  • Japanese cooking techniques, chop, sautee, deep fry
  • Discover and learn deep about Japanese seasonings, miso, soy sauce
  • Learn how to prepare tamagoyaki, Japanese omelet, using a Japanese square frying pan
  • Learn about tofu, how to cook and enjoy

Class Menu:

  • Tamagoyaki with baby sardines and spring onion
  • Fried calamari with ginger and soy sauce
  • Fried wonton with avocado and shrimp
  • Wagyu cube steaks with ponzu and grated daikon radish
  • Imomochi, mashed potato ‘mochi’ with sweet and salty sauce
  • Cream Cheese tofu with tarako and slices of baguettes
  • Beer and shiso mojito

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Class Fee


Additional Notes:

  • If you have any special dietary requirements, food allergies or other requests, please inform us when you make your reservation.
  • Class will be open from two bookings. If under two bookings the class will be canceled.
  • If you would like to proceed this class as a private class instead of being canceled the class, private booking will be 15,000 person. You can request three dishes!


One of everyone’s favorite dishes is Okonomiyaki! Okonomi means things you like. Yaki means grill. So, this dish is basic. You can add anything you want! But, in this class, I will teach you things we usually use as a foundation class. Okonomiyaki is super flexible, the vegan version is as good as meat or seafood. And, in this class, we will make Okonomiyaki sauce from scratch, and it is super!

  • Okonimitaki two regional versions: Hiroshima and Osaka
  • Potato, onion, miso soup
  • Black sesame ice cream with mochi and seasonal fruits
  • Fruity sake

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length
3 hours

Class Fee


This is the most essential Japanese cooking that covers our culinary tradition. In this class, you will learn so much about Japanese basic ingredients, a few kinds of seaweeds, smoked bonito fish, natto, kinds of miso, how to grill fish using your cooking tools. Please do not feel this is an advanced Japanese cooking class, we will move step by step with each student in a small class. And, our classes are based on this principle, an instructor is not only a speaker. We believe that the best way to learn is to ask “why” and ask questions. We use two cameras in class, one is front (facing instructor) and another one is shooting a cutting board and heat. This is not required, but if your tablet, phone, desktop, notebook can change the angle to shoot your hands, that would be fantastic for us to see your hands-on cooking in your kitchen. We hope that this cooking skill becomes a treasure in your life that can make others happy and healthy!FYI: Please do not worry about having small Japanese plates and cups as pictured. We can create Japanese plate using a large dinner plate with one to two green from your plant for color!

  • Washoku breakfast with grilled salmon
  • Natto with spring onion 
  • Tofu salad with ginger and bonito flakes 
  • Miso soup with seasonal vegetables 
  • Japanese rolled egg omelette 
  • Donabe cooked brown rice 

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length
3 hours

Class Fee


Japanese desserts are something that I missed so much when I was living in the States. Small, delicate soft chewy mochi dough and sweet fillings are typical types. The expiration dates for these desserts are the day you bought them! Because mochi gets hard the next day. Japanese sweets are very different from western desserts. Most of the classy Japanese desserts are fat free and many of them are gluten free. And, we don’t really use an oven, so lots of them are gas top quick recipes except some sweet fillings, such as red or white bean paste. There are many good techniques you can learn from this online class. And it is going to be “WOW desserts” if you serve it after a sushi party!

Class Menu:

  • Seasonal daifuku, mochi stuffed red bean or white paste with seasonal fruits
  • Mitarashi Dango
  • Dorayaki with butter and red beans

* Please understand the class menu will change slightly due to seasonality of ingredients.

Classes Length
2 hours

Class Fee

Japanese Knife and Cooking Tools Shops Adventure

In Japan, we take food super seriously. We love good ingredients, good food, and beautiful food 

to watch. This street really represents how much we LOVE food. I am excited to take you to one of the must visit towns if you love to cook, Kappabashi kitchen gadgets street. 

One of the most important cooking tools you need is a fantastic knife which you can use for many years. And you are the best place in the whole world to meet your knife. And more, we will stop by my choices of cooking gadgets shops and ceramic shops to introduce great Japanese cookwares and dinnerwares.Don’t buy trashy cooking gadgets ever again—shop with me and I’ll teach you fantastic Japanese cooking tools that will make you a better cook! Shop visit experience with me is 90 minutes, after that you can shop freely around yourself to spend more time.

Meeting Place: 

Kikuyabashi Police Box



Price 2,500 yen


The week-long culinary program offers four daytime cooking classes, markets, cooking tools shop visits, and Michelin dining experiences at Tokyo’s top Japanese restaurants. Students will learn the fundamental Japanese cooking tools, ingredients, cooking, seasoning, tasting with the best seasonal produce, fish, meats, unique Japanese vegetables, and fruits found in the Tokyo markets. Each class offers unique experiences, includes plenty of discussion and tasting, and learning about the tradition of Japanese cuisine. 

All instructions are in English. Cooking classes are made for all levels. Personalized embroidered aprons, Japanese hand-crafted knife are supplied, and recipe booklets including 40 recipes. The class is limited to 6 participants. The classes start from Monday morning through Friday. It ends a farewell dining experience at a Michelin two restaurant. 

Monday Morning: Morning supermarket visit followed by hands-on cooking followed by lunch

Tuesday Morning: Hand-on cooking class, mastering ramen and gyoza

Wednesday Morning: Meeting at 8am Toyosu fish market and Kappabashi Knife shop shopping followed by an extraordinary Michelin Omakase sushi lunch

Thursday Morning: Wagyu tasting cooking class followed by lunch

Friday Morning: Japanese Breakfast cooking class and farewell dining experience for dinner at a Michelin restaurant. 

The course includes:

  • Personalized Embroidered Aprons
  • Personalized Engraved Japanese Hand-Crafted Knife
  • Recipe book
  • Course completion certificate
  • We can provide the ERFS certificate, Short-Term Visit when necessary


Up coming class schedule:

September 26th~30th, 2022

October 17th~21st, 2022

November 21st~25th, 2022

December 12th~16th, 2022

January 23rd~27th, 2023

February, 13th~17th, 2023

Refund Policy.  All cancellations that occur more than 90 days after the class start date, will be refunded. Between 90 days to 60 days, 50% refunded. Prior to 60 days of the class starting, class fee is nonrefundable. 


Students will learn from the foundation: cooking tools, ingredients, cooking methods, seasonings and  much more. Cooking is a lifestyle and also habits. It creates our health, mind, and even relationships in our lives. This monthly class menus offer international and seasonal menus different every month, and in addition to the recipe instruction, we discuss cooking techniques, kitchen design and organization and culture. Some classes are taught by guest teachers. Instructions is taught in English and Japanese. Class recipes are sent by online in English and Japanese. New Menu will be announced last week of coming month. For example, September menu is announced during the last week of August. 





We offer bilingual hands-on cooking classes for children under 12 years old. This is a fantastic opportunity for young children, siblings, and parents to learn and enjoy about FOOD and the process of cooking from the beginning to the end. As much as possible we will be using seasonal organic ingredients. And the class menus are the world cuisine. 

One child: 4,400yen

Sibling discount: Second children is 50% off

Parent and children fee: a parent and child 11,000yen

A parent and two children fee: 13,200yen

Class time: 2 hours

Menu Examples:


  • Pizza
  • Fresh pasta making and carbonara 
  • Crape and fruits mousse 
  • Tacos and guacamole 
  • California sushi rolls
  • Banana Cake
  • Pickles
  • Miso



  • ピッツァ
  • パスタ作りとカルボナーラ
  • フレンチクレープとフルーツのムース
  • メキシカン
  • カリフォルニアロール
  • バナナマフィン
  • ピクルス
  • 味噌



親子ディスカウント:お子様1名と親御様 ¥11,000

親子ディスカウント:お子様2名と親御様1名 ¥13,200

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