Was ihr unternehmen werdet
Nagano is a prefecture known for longevity after it took its top rank from Okinawa in 2013. Japan has shifted from almost vegetarian to meat loving in a short span of time in its history. You'll travel back in time to cook local traditional vegan dishes from Nagano and learn some hints about longevity of the people of Nagano. We're uniquely located near Old Town of Asuke, which flourished by salt trade between Nagano and Aichi. You'll learn how to make tofu from scratch and mill our home-grown rice grains to make rice flour for rice noodles and Oyaki (Japanese rice dumplings stuffed with seasonal vegetables). We'll also teach you about basics of Washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine). We only use gluten-free ingredients, except for soy sauce which can be replaced. Our recipe is mainly inspired by my grandma from Nagano. You'll make a total of five dishes and learn unique story of each dish. Cooking instructions are written in English. After the class, you'll enjoy your meal on a horigotatsu table in the tatami room. Our house is accessible by bus from Toyotashi Station. Enjoy local bus journey along the Yahagi River with the view which drifts from city to countryside. We also offer Airbnb accommodation ("Bucolic Riverside Farmhouse with Nature View") if you prefer overnight stay before or after cooking class.
We are "kengyo" farmers in a mountainous region of Aichi Prefecture. We grow and sell brand rice called Mineasahi to local shops. We also grow vegetables for ourselves and our diet is mostly in harmony with seasons. Our traditional lifestyle of "kengyo" farming to grow our own food while working for another job to make living remains as a way of life in countryside of Japan. I've been a main household cook for more than 30 years. I'm also a main host of Airbnb accommodation ("Bucolic Riverside Farmhouse with Nature View"). I teach international guests how to cook Japanese everyday meal using our home-grown seasonal ingredients. As many Japanese households cook at home, what most tourists eat in restaurants is just a small part of our culinary culture. We would like to share our countryside lifestyle through our passion of food.
Was enthalten ist
You'll eat what you cook (a total of five local dishes).
Cookware & Apron
Wo ihr sein werdet
11:33: Take No.5 Oiden Bus at Toyotashi Station 12:15: Get off at Kamobashi Shimo 12:30: Cooking class (2.5 hours) 15:50: Take the same bus back to Toyotashi Station or stop by Korankei (a beautiful valley hidden in Old Town of Asuke) Note: The class can start 2 hours early if you come by 9:33 bus and go back by 13:50 bus. It is open from Tuesdays to Thursdays for day trippers and every day for overnight guests at our Airbnb accommodation.
Beachte bitte Folgendes
Um eine vollständige Rückerstattung zu erhalten, musst du mindestens sieben Tage vor dem geplanten Starttermin der Entdeckung oder innerhalb von 24 Stunden nach der Buchung stornieren.
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Bedingungen für Gäste
Es dürfen bis zu 3 Gäste ab 18 Jahren teilnehmen.
We also offer Airbnb accommodation ("Bucolic Riverside Farmhouse with Nature View") if you prefer overnight stay before or after cooking class.
Vegan Cooking with Japanese Rice Farmer
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