+COOKING CLASSES for JAPANESE MONTHLY EVENTS 2024+

Just as you have events and holidays unique to your home country, we have many special events throughout the year, which are strongly associated with special food or dishes that are prepared for that particular day.

This is a monthly course that focuses on cooking special dishes for each month’s Japanese event. Not only you will learn to cook the dishes, but you will also learn about our customs, and the history of our different events which are sure to make your life in Japan a more memorable, fun experience for you (and your family and friends)!  You will be just amazed by how our ancestors defined every little detail with such special meaning behind it.

YES! you can start from any time of the year and
YES! you can also select only the months that interests you.
BUT! you’d probably end up taking them all, because there is always so much you can learn!

By the time you finish all 12, not only you will be an total expert on Japanese culture, learning about our different food ingredients will definitely make your trips to local supermarkets a much happier routine for you!

So come and join the fun!

*You will learn about the event for the following month, so that you can celebrate on the day of the event at home, with families and friends.
*Links to all food ingredients and tools needed for each month’s recipes will be offered.
*All classes will take place in my kitchen in HIYOSHI Yokohama. (Please consult for visiting lessons!)
* Some veggies we will use do come from our veggie field! https://wasabiplus.com/veggie-field/

*NB: Online reservation and payment platform currently under construction

+JANUARY COOKING LESSON+

+FEBRUARY COOKING LESSON+

+MARCH COOKING LESSON+

+APRIL COOKING LESSON+

+MAY COOKING LESSON+

+JUNE COOKING LESSON+

+JULY COOKING LESSON+

+AUGUST COOKING LESSON+

+SEPTEMBER COOKING LESSON+

+OCTOBER COOKING LESSON+

+NOVEMBER COOKING LESSON+

+DECEMBER COOKING LESSON+

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    • Susanna and Gabor
    • February 1st, 2023

    Kaori’s class was a perfect combination of Japanese foods and tradition. Kaori shared with us the bean throwing tradition and through traditions we were driven to the connecting dishes. We could get detailed information about the ingredients and we had a really entertaining time with her.All of dishes were fantastically delicious and beyond cooking we got serving ideas too. Thanks to the hand made recipe book we can prepare everything at home as well for sharing and forwarding the taste of Japanese food and tradition to our friends.
    Thank you, Kaori!

    • Thank you soooooo much for such encouraging words Susanna! I was so happy to share our culture with you two. Hope you were able to enjoy the Setsubun event at home and hope you can join us soon again 🙂

    • Maria
    • February 1st, 2023

    My review comes late, but there is a reason. A cooking class is wonderful because of the new flavours or the new techniques learned there, but it becomes extraordinary when the people attending the class are really able to reproduce on their own what they learned.

    My daughter and I attended Kaori’s December class and it was GREAT! And I am not talking here about the food (which was indeed delicious), but about the atmosphere Kaori created for us, the new ingredients that were so professionally explained and the stories about New Year’s traditions that opened Japan a little bit more for us.

    The best part? My daughter made one of the dishes herself following the instructions in the booklet we received, I was able to prepare another one, so our New Year’s Eve had a bit of Kaori’s lesson influence. 🙂

    Thank you, Kaori! We will come again. 🙂

    • OOOH Maria! Thank you so much for such a perfect review!!! I’m nothing but overjoyed by the fact that you were able to actually prepare the dishes at home, and you know, that’s the whole purpose of my lessons! And I’m even more overjoyed that even your daughter was able to cook the recipe on her own!!! How wonderful!!!!! Yes, very much looking forward to seeing you two soon again! Arigato!

    • Saskia
    • November 14th, 2022

    Kaori doesn’t just teach a cooking lesson, she also shares us many interesting facts about the culture behind the dishes. Everything is based on the current season, very delicious and on top of that done in her lovely home. We will definitely come back for another lesson.

    • Thank you so much for such encouraging words Saskia! I hope I didn’t tire you out with all the information on the meaning behind each and every little thing! (Well wait until you hear every single meanings of our New Years dishes!) Yes! please do come back again. Look forward to seeing you soon!

    • Sarika
    • November 13th, 2022

    Your November cooking lesson was so wonderful, Kaori!!
    Had a great time learning about Japanese dishes and the ingredients used. Loved the way you briefly described the importance and the customs related to each dish.

    • Thank you so much for joining us Sarika! Was a great pleasure to have you 🙂 Hope all we had shared will help you understand a lot of things you may spot during your life in Japan!

    • Meu
    • May 18th, 2022

    THis is so cool!

      • Kaori @ Wa + Sabi
      • May 25th, 2022

      Thank you!! Hope you’ll join us too!

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