Katsudon is a popular dish throughout Japan and one of the country’s signature comfort foods. It’s a pork cutlet bowl, where a deep-fried pork cutlet is combined with eggs and vegetables, then laid on a generous bed of rice. Warming and tasty, this dish is a delicious meal that’s guaranteed to fill you up! You’ll find katsudon available in restaurants everywhere, although it’s also prepared in homes as a family-friendly meal, too. In a Katsudon Cooking Class, you’ll learn the basics of making this delicious Japanese pork cutlet bowl. From crumbing the cutlet to simmering it with eggs in an authentic sauce, you’ll also cook two complementary side dishes to go with it! Top it off with condiments that please your eyes and your tastebuds, and get ready to dig in after cooking. Get ready to prepare and fry your own pork cutlet bowl at this Katsudon Cooking Class in Kappabashi.
Highlights of a Katsudon Cooking Class in Kappabashi:
- Prepare and make your own katsudon pork cutlet bowl
- Make 2 delicious side dishes to go with it
- All ingredients are available to use
- A 2-hour cooking class making your own juicy and tender pork cutlet bowl
- English-speaking Japanese cooking instructor
- Ingredients for katsudon pork cutlet bowl and 2 side dishes
- Utensils and tools to cook a katsudon and the side dishes
- Recipes for katsudon and the side dishes
- Complimentary green tea and sake
- Transportation fee to and from the cooking class location
No minimum people required. Solo travelers, friends, couples and family, all are welcome!
Kappabashi: Between Ueno and the traditional downtown district of Asakusa, Kappabashi is the place to go for all of your kitchen needs, it’s any chef’s absolute dream. Kappabashi Street or Kappabashi Kitchen Town is famous for specializing in everything a restauranteur could possibly ever need, with dozens of shops selling Tokyo’s best Japanese knives, kitchenware, and utensils. All the way through to tables and lamps and signage, Kappabashi is the go-to place for all things cooking and food, with the exception of fresh ingredients. In fact, Kappabashi is also known for being the place to buy plastic food samples, delicious looking replicas that are often displayed in restaurant windows, used to entice customers. Impressively realistic, these faux foods are made to order, and despite being inedible they will surely make your eyes widen and your mouth water.
Meeting Time and Meeting Location:
The meeting point is at the cooking class location. This cooking class in Tokyo is located in between historical Asakusa and Kappabashi Kitchen Town. The exact location and video guide for accessing the cooking class location will be provided upon booking.
- 5-minute walk from Tawaramachi on the Metro Ginza Line
- 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express
- 13-minute walk from Asakusa Subway Station on the Toei Asakusa Line
Upon booking, you will receive a confirmation within 24 hours. Once confirmed, present your booking information at the event place.