A choice of authentic Japanese cooking classes in Tokyo!
$80.50 per guest
$80.50 per guest
Join me for a rewarding adventure in a private kitchen, where you will learn to prepare some simple Japanese dishes and get to experience our unique culture first hand. I offer you an opportunity to learn and prepare traditional home dishes in a convenient and central location in town. We also offer ingredient-shopping tours to food markets and interesting shops.
I promise you a fun and intimate cooking and dining experience, warm hospitality, and great memories to take home.
I am conveniently located in Takanawa area in Minato Ward, a central location in the heart of Tokyo. Our closest station is Sengakuji station and we are located just 3 minutes walk from the station. We are also close to Shinagawa station, a major hub in Tokyo.
Sengakuji is also a place with historical significance, as the Soto Zen Buddhist temple is a famous sightseeing destination. Why not pair a session at Tokyo Sakura Kitchen with a visit to Sengakuji ?
A little about Sengakuji: Story of Forty-seven Ronin
Sengakuji(泉岳寺) station is named after the famous Sengakuji Temple, a place of historical interest. The Sōtō Zen Buddhist temple houses the graves of Asano Takumi no Kami Naganori and the Forty-seven Ronin (samurai), famously depicted in the stories of Chūshingura（忠臣蔵）.The stories tell the heroic mission of the Forty-seven Ronin to avenge the death of their master, Asano Naganori, and is actively portrayed in kabuki, bunraku, stage plays, films, novels, and television shows. Their graves at Sengakuji are a popular pilgrimage for visitors. Every year, a festival is held on December 14th, the day of their anniversary, and many people still visit today.