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Japan With Kids - Forums: Education in Japan: Cooking Classes
By Jellund on Thursday, September 8, 2005 - 9:44 am:

Hi
I am starting up some parent and child cooking classes in English from October. We will do jackolantern carving in October, make Raspberry and Banana Trifle in November and decorate cookie houses and gingerbread in December.
More information is here or please email me if you would like further information
http://www.lunaluna.jp/


By Alle on Friday, August 3, 2007 - 4:03 am:

I'm looking for professional and/or home cooking classes in English learning Japanese cuisines, has anyone tried abc cooking studios?? please share your experiences.. and does anyone know other such cooking providers?? Thanks in advance.


By Jellund on Friday, August 3, 2007 - 8:52 am:

I know a Japanese woman who teaches Japanese cooking in English in her home
Her name is
Atsuko Toriumi and her email is atk718@jpyh.view21.net

Please contact her for more information.
Also, I have a friend who sometimes teachese Japanese cooking at our local rental room and can arrange classes.


By Sraboni on Friday, August 3, 2007 - 4:49 pm:

Hi Jellund,

Do you know about any baking classes in Tokyo in English ?

Regards,
Sraboni


By Jellund on Friday, August 3, 2007 - 7:23 pm:

Sraboni,

I got this in an email a while ago, it will be in English

BAB Event: Cake-Baking Course with Notting Hill Cakes - ONLY 4 SPACES LEFT!

gBake, Frost and Decorate a Delicious Chocolate Cakeh

Learn how to bake, frost and decorate the perfect chocolate cake. BAB invites
you to join us at Notting Hill Cakes where Mark and Miho will give a
demonstration on cake-baking and teach us the art of piping (cake decorating).
Each participant will receive refreshments, including Notting Hillfs own mini
muffins, a baking tips and tricks sheet, chocolate cake recipe, and a chance to
try your hand at piping.

Mark's background:
Mark is the owner/founder of Notting Hill Cakes. He trained at Arkaden Konditori
in Copenhagen, Denmark, then worked at Mrs. Beasleyfs in Beverly Hills, CA
before starting his own company in London in 1990.

Mihofs background:
Miho is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York. She has
worked as a pastry chef at the 3-star Michelin and Relais & Chateaux Gourmand
restaurant Georges Blanc in Vonnas, France, and at the Charlie Palmer owned
Relais & Chateaux Gourmand restaurant Aureole in New York. She was also the
pastry chef at Antonello Colonna in Rome, Italy where she often prepared
desserts for private dinner parties hosted by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.

Details:
Date: Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Time: 10:00 – 1:00
Cost: 5,000 Yen (includes refreshments (coffee, tea, muffins, cake), chocolate
cake recipe, and baking tips sheet.)
Payment available by bank transfer or credit card via PayPal. Please specify
which you prefer.
Place: Notting Hill Bakery 4-18-20 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Tel: (03)
5464-3788. Fax: (03) 5464-3763. http://www.nottinghillcakes.com/

To sign up or for more information email events@being-a-broad.com


By Jack on Thursday, August 9, 2007 - 10:32 pm:

re: cooking classes.
Tengu Natural Foods and Alishan Organic Center offer bilingual vegetarian cooking and baking classes with Pro Chefs from USA, Thailand and Japan. Best way to find out about them is either email tengu@alishan.jp and ask to be on mailing list or look at www.alishan-organic-center.com

They recently had a Thai vegetarian chef in residence for 2 weeks of classes. This fall we will have Chef Drew a CIA trained ( Culinary Institute of America) chef in residence. Yoshiko Imazato has taught numerous course with us. Her English is great and her teaching style is open and her food is good. She also teaches privately and to small groups on her own. Her contact is

emailP@@kashinomori@hotmail.com
email2@@kashinomori@amber.plala.or.jp
yoshi blog http://blog.goo.ne.jp/kashinomori/

Good luck.

ps: I work for Tengu Natural Foods so I am not a neutral observer.


By Applehouse on Saturday, March 1, 2008 - 10:58 pm:

We have afternoon cooking class for preschool and Kindergarten students. Cooking is a great way for children to develop their five senses in their early childhood, and it also improve their hand skills in fun way. Please contact info@tips-japan.com for more details.
http://tips-japan.com


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