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Cooking and discovering Japanese culture

It was funnier than I expect it. It wasn't only learn how to cook japanese food (temakizushi), but... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2018
Borja J
Nice home-cooking experience

What a nice experience! It is like you're a guest with a family. You immediately feel at ease in... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2018
Arwen D
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Apr 23, 2018
“Cooking and discovering Japanese culture”
Apr 22, 2018
“Nice home-cooking experience”
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Japanese home cooking class for travelers in Asakusa Tokyo Japan.From2,000YEN(2hours)per person. Our aim is to offer overseas visitors the chance to experience the Japanese lifestyle while enjoying preparing and cooking themselves…and eating the...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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3 Nishiasakusa, Taito 111-0035, Tokyo Prefecture
Ueno, Asakusa
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+81 3-6277-4701
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Reviewed 24 April 2018

It was funnier than I expect it. It wasn't only learn how to cook japanese food (temakizushi), but also share an amazing experience with people from different countries, watching a performance of nankin tamasudare, playing and sharing tea while chatting about Japan, your own country......More

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Matsu-CookJPN, オーナー at CookJPN, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2018

Thank you for visiting us! I am glad that you seemed satisfied. I was very happy that you interacted with guests from other countries. Please enjoy hand-rolled sushi even at home by all means.

Reviewed 23 April 2018 via mobile

What a nice experience! It is like you're a guest with a family. You immediately feel at ease in the beautiful apartment. Matsu and his son Shu are really nice hosts. Matsu has given us a lot of information about cooking as well as about...More

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Matsu-CookJPN, オーナー at CookJPN, responded to this reviewResponded 24 April 2018

Thank you for visiting us. Did you like Japanese home cooking? I am honored that you enjoyed Dashi, soy sauce, Sake, cooking experiences using them. Next, what kind of dish should you enjoy? I am looking forward to seeing you again. Thank you and best...More

Reviewed 6 March 2018

Matsu-san met me at my hotel and walked me to his apartment for my "Breakfast in Asakusa." Matsu san and his son made me feel very welcome in their modern Japanese apartment. I felt more like an honored guest than a customer. I learned how...More

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Matsu-CookJPN, オーナー at CookJPN, responded to this reviewResponded 14 March 2018

Thank you for visiting CookJPN. It was an honor to have you interested in Dashi. And not only cooking experiences but also you enjoyed tatami matted room, kotatsu, kakejiku, and origami in our room, I was delighted. For the next opportunity, we will have more...More

Reviewed 25 November 2017

A friend and I enjoyed this cooking class during our trip to Japan. Among noisy Tokyo, the place was miraculously quiet and comfortable. The host was so hospitable and quick to respond to any question of us. We are all impressed by how to cook...More

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Matsu-CookJPN, Owner at CookJPN, responded to this reviewResponded 14 March 2018

Thank you for visiting us. I am glad that you enjoyed Japanese home cooking. Next time when you come to Japan, how about tasting of shochu? I'm sure you will enjoy it. Thank you and best regards,

Reviewed 24 September 2017

We had so much fun!! We enjoyed a lot cooking Tamagoyaki, we tried different types of sake, and learnt a lot of things. It was really interesting and fun :) 100% recommended!!

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Matsu-CookJPN, オーナー at CookJPN, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018

Thank you for visiting us. I am glad you enjoyed it. If it is possible come again and try another menu. Thank you,

Reviewed 15 June 2017

I had friends from Ireland visiting and wanted them to experience a hands-on Japanese cookery class. As Asakusa was already on the itinerary we went for CookJPN- as they're only 10 mins walk from the main temple area. It was perfect- homely, tailor-made, tasty and...More

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Matsu-CookJPN, オーナー at CookJPN, responded to this reviewResponded 20 March 2018

Thank you for visiting us. I was happy you look like you're enjoying. The next time, please enjoy hot pot cooking together. Thank you and best regard,

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