[Notice from Ajiwaikan] April 2023 cooking class...
Information about the December 2023 cooking class scheduled to be held at the Ajiawaikan Museum of Kyoto's food culture, a 2-minute walk from JR Tambaguchi Station.
This month's lineup includes a class taught by a Kyoto chef, a class on fish handling, a class on "easy and full meal! Vegetable-Packed Gohan" class, and even online classes. Check out the classes you are interested in and make the most of the Ajiawaikan.
A museum opened in the Kyoto City Central Market, a treasure trove of food ingredients, in order to experience the splendor of traditional and creative Kyoto food culture and to revitalize the market and the region.
［The Kyoto Seafood Commercial Cooperative Association offers a hands-on fish-cutting class, in which participants are given a fish and asked to follow the instructor's instructions.
One instructor is assigned to every three to four people, and the instructor provides detailed instruction, so even first-timers can participate without worry.
Even if you are nervous about taking an online course for the first time, there is no need to worry as there is a support system that includes confirmation of receipt before taking the course.
The lecturers for this series will be from the Kyoto Ryori Meisho-kai, a group of young chefs from Kyoto's long-established restaurants. Don't miss this rare opportunity to learn the art of Kyoto cuisine from the young chefs who will lead the next generation.
Traditional Kyoto vegetables have long been loved in Kyoto. For those who want to learn more about the appeal of these vegetables, this cooking class is recommended. This time, in cooperation with the "Kyoto Hometown Products Association," participants will be taught how to cook seasonal dishes that are perfect for the current season, using an abundance of kyo yasai.
Ms. Akiyasu Nishimura, an advanced professional vegetable sommelier and cookery expert, will teach a menu that is easy to prepare and allows you to eat plenty of vegetables. This class is perfect for those who are lacking in vegetables as well as for those who are beginners in cooking. A souvenir of the vegetables used in the class is also included.
Yoshiko Matsunaga, the owner of Matsunaga Cooking School in Shimogamo, Kyoto, will hold a cooking class. This is a chance to learn Kyoto's home-style cooking that is perfect for entertaining.
Registration Period / Sunday, November 5, 2023, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. one week prior to the date of each class.
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