Start from your hotel in Tokyo 23 wards and travel to Sushi Tokyo school in Asakusa.You could enjoy and experience Japanese culture by learning basic skill of Sushi making at Sushi School, wearing various Japanese traditional uniform (you could choose one on the day)!(The lesson duration is 90mins)Conclude the tour when you will be dropped off at your hotel in Tokyo 23 wards.
Your host Makiko is a true Tokyo native and lives in a beautiful, spacious townhouse in the residential neighborhood around Komazawa Olympic Park. Makiko values fresh, seasonal, traditional Japanese ingredients sourced locally and uses them in her dishes to add distinctive flavor to her food. Join Makiko in her kitchen for a hands-on cooking lesson and learn about ingredients essential to authentic Japanese meals. Watch and learn how they are transformed into creative, beautiful and flavorful dishes and get a real taste of traditional, home-made Japanese cuisine!
Your host Makiko is a true Tokyo native and lives in a beautiful, spacious townhouse in the residential neighborhood around Komazawa Olympic Park. Makiko values fresh, seasonal, traditional Japanese ingredients sourced locally and uses them in her dishes to add distinctive flavor to her food. Join Makiko for a market tour of the local supermarket as well as the fish and vegetable shop and learn about essential Japanese ingredients that locals use in their everyday cooking before you experience a hands-on cooking lesson in Makiko's kitchen. This is a beautiful opportunity to learn from a local and return home with valuable knowledge on how to transform essential ingredients into creative flavorful dishes.
This tea ceremony experience program is a private lesson which will be held in one of various beautiful Japanese gardens around Tokyo. You will surely be moved by looking at the beauty of the gardens.
Rarely seen outside of its native Japan, Ocean Waves is one of Studio Ghibli’s most obscure and sought after titles. Based upon Saeko Himuro’s most popular novel, Ocean Waves is a poignant and unsung masterpiece. Kochi is your average coastal town and young Taku is definitely your average high school student. But soon his life will be turned upside down with the arrival of Rikako: a beautiful student recently transferred from Tokyo. By the end of term Taku will have learnt a valuable lesson in love and friendship.
Would you like to learn to play a Japanese drum "Wadaiko" by yourself? This course is perfect for a family and a small group. At the end of the lesson, you will play one song together.
Chop up tatami mats in this private lesson with the sword-master descendant of a samurai, where you will learn about Japanese curved katana swords and how they are handled. The lesson is taught in Ginza (the heart of Tokyo) by a 7th-level sword-master of the Hisui-style of Iai sword drawing, who has won the grand prize at sword competitions in Japan and around the world. During the lesson, you will even get to wear the traditional style of kimono worn by the samurai, including the hakama kilt.
Learn to make two styles of sushi during a cooking lesson that ends with a delicious sushi lunch. Your sushi chef-instructor shows you how to prepare ‘gunkan maki’ and ‘nigiri’ sushi with simple utensils that help you easily make sushi. Hear insightful commentary from the instructor throughout the lesson, then enjoy the meal that you helped to prepare. Upgrade your experience to include a sake or tea tasting session (additional cost).• Combine a cooking lesson with a sushi meal • Practice under the guidance of your bilingual instructor • Lesson takes place with your own chef-instructor in a brand new facility near Tokyo Tower • Includes lunch - dietary requirements can be accommodated with advance notice
Learn how to dress in a Japanese yukata, the light and style summer kimono, from a specialist instructor. Then follow your lesson with a photoshoot at Zojoji Temple and/or Tokyo Tower (weather permitting). Afterwards, attend a graceful tea ceremony in your yukata with a specialised tea master.