Kyoto: Afternoon Japanese Izakaya Cooking Class
- Duration: 3 hours
- Small group
Loved the experience. There were two instructors that were both friendly. One was very much more organized and prepared than the other. Lots of delicious and easy recipes. Would definitely do again. Note: The saki that is offered to adults at the end is not included, though they don't tell you that until you leave. Overall, well worth the experience.
The whole experience was amazing. Both Hiro and Yuki (the chefs) were really easy going and fun people to be around. They explained things into great detail and were always open to discussions about food and preparation for any Japanese cuisine, highly recommended for anyone wishing to learn Japanese cooking and culture
Mimi was amazing! She was punctual when she met us and so sweet. It was a small group of us (only four people, not including Mimi, our guide) so we were able to ask a ton of questions and take our time. She’s got some great suggestions for additional things to see and do while in Kyoto as well.
It was a great cooking class with super friendly and helpful instructors. Learned a lot about Japan and its cuisine. Everything was well prepared, the steps we had to take were well explained and supervised. We had a lot of fun and a delicious self made meal.
Great experience with only 4 attending. Would have been better if we'd all cooked the dishes separately and not in couples. Solo cooks may fare better for this given you've all paid to prepare and cook?