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Character Bento (Kyaraben) Cooking Class

Character Bento (Kyaraben) Cooking Class - Kyoto, Japan

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$72.90

Learn how to make a character bento (kyaraben) in Kyoto with this 2-hour course!
Character bentos were originally made to look as anime characters to get the children to eat home-made meals, but it is fun for adults as well!
Our chef is a professional who has been running a restaurant in Kyoto for many years.
We also have two interpreters who can speak English, Chinese and Japanese, so don't worry about communication!
Apron, ingredients, bento boxes are all included, so you don't have to bring anything.
Free pickup to the nearest railway/subway station is available ... More info ›

Learn how to make a character bento (kyaraben) in Kyoto with this 2-hour course!
Character bentos were originally made to look as anime characters to get the children to eat home-made meals, but it is fun for adults as well!
Our chef is a professional who has been running a restaurant in Kyoto for many years.
We also have two interpreters who can speak English, Chinese and Japanese, so don't worry about communication!
Apron, ingredients, bento boxes are all included, so you don't have to bring anything.
Free pickup to the nearest railway/subway station is available. if you need a pick up or have any requirement ,please don't hesitate to contact us via mail and we will try our best to realize it for you!
Shopping with us at the local supermarket?
Playing with a cute Shiba inu?
Sightseeing to somewhere only local people knows?
Come and create wonderful special memories with us !

Learn how to make your own character bento (kyaraben) with this fun course!
In this 2-hour course, you will learn about the history of bento and prepare your bento box from the start to finish!

You will begin the course with a small introduction about the history of bento boxes, and character bentos. 
After that, you will receive the recipe, and a brief description of each ingredient and cooking method.
Then, you will start cooking with the help of our instructor.
After all the ingredients are ready, you will arrange the bento according to the design.
When everything is done, you can take a photo of your bento and eat it together with everyone.

You will receive the recipe and detailed instructions in both printed and digital form.
Design of the bento and the ingredients may change to match the season.
We have two interpreters, who can speak English, Chinese, Japanese, Turkish between them.
Apron, ingredients, bento boxes are all included, so you don't have to bring anything.

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Kazarimaki Sushi Cooking Class 1kind

Kazarimaki Sushi Cooking Class 1kind - Kyoto, Japan

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$45.56

Kazarimaki, is one of the way of sushi rolls.It is known as Art sushi roll in English.
You can make and eat this special-styled sushi with fantastic pattern. 

It is super cute and beautiful colors!

In our cooking class for Vegan or Vegetarian guests,

We basically used rice vinegar sugar,sesame,ginger, vegetable and nori (made from seaweed).
According to menu,used edible pigment in purpose for rice to coloring.
However,please be assured that they are all made from natural ingredents.
Also we using edible pigment contained from natural things as below.
Red/made from red mildew (fermented red rice)
Blue/extracted from algae
Yellow/extracted from gardenia fruit
Orange/extracted from Japanese mustard
Green/yellow and blue pigment extracted from gardenia fruit

About Kazarimaki-sushi-roll
Kazarimaki sushi roll (Art Sushi Roll or Decoration sushi roll) has evolved in their own unique way from
the technologies of
Saikusushi for which the topping items of Edomae-nigiri-sushi have been creatively used and Futomaki
Sushi (Thick roll of sushi) which is one of the local cuisines of Chiba prefecture.
 
In the world of sushi industry newly developed samples of Saiku sushi often came to be released in
technology contests of sushi from the beginning of Showa period onward ... More info ›

Kazarimaki, is one of the way of sushi rolls.It is known as Art sushi roll in English.
You can make and eat this special-styled sushi with fantastic pattern. 

It is super cute and beautiful colors!

In our cooking class for Vegan or Vegetarian guests,

We basically used rice vinegar sugar,sesame,ginger, vegetable and nori (made from seaweed).
According to menu,used edible pigment in purpose for rice to coloring.
However,please be assured that they are all made from natural ingredents.
Also we using edible pigment contained from natural things as below.
Red/made from red mildew (fermented red rice)
Blue/extracted from algae
Yellow/extracted from gardenia fruit
Orange/extracted from Japanese mustard
Green/yellow and blue pigment extracted from gardenia fruit

About Kazarimaki-sushi-roll
Kazarimaki sushi roll (Art Sushi Roll or Decoration sushi roll) has evolved in their own unique way from
the technologies of
Saikusushi for which the topping items of Edomae-nigiri-sushi have been creatively used and Futomaki
Sushi (Thick roll of sushi) which is one of the local cuisines of Chiba prefecture.
 
In the world of sushi industry newly developed samples of Saiku sushi often came to be released in
technology contests of sushi from the beginning of Showa period onward.
The sushi rolls such as Saiku maki (roll) and Kawari maki (unique roll) were among them. They had
designs such as flowers, some patterns and family crests, and Japanese traditionally classical designs. 
 
Those designs were originally of their regular customers’ family crests and patterns and were specially
popular among craftsmen and workmen in Kyoto.  We can see many of them recorded in the magazines
or newsletters of the unions of workers of those days.
 
Kazari Sushi or Art sushi roll refers to various creative types of sushi such as Nigiri Sushi (hand-formed
sushi with a topping of seafood, etc), Chirashi Sushi (vinegared-rice with assorted sashimi), sushi roll, and
Oshi-zushi (sushi rice and other ingredients pressed in box or mould) and Bo-Sushi (rod-shaped sushi
topped with large slice of fish) that are offered in sushi restaurants.
 
Kazari zushi or Art sushi roll, highlighting the atmosphere in event sites enriching tables at parties as it is
so beautiful in appearance and also delicious, is appreciated by customers.   
When you say "Kazarimaki zushi or Art sushi roll", it means "Futomaki zushi or Thick roll of zushi" among
these creatively designed ones.
 
It has been evolving day by day as the sushi roll that is pleasing to the eye and also 
delicious to eat, made with various designs such as modern ones of motifs based on nature and ones of
animal characters that are popular among children.   
 

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Kazarimaki Sushi Cooking Class 2kinds

Kazarimaki Sushi Cooking Class 2kinds - Kyoto, Japan

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$63.78

Kazarimaki, is one of the way of sushi rolls.It is known as Art sushi roll in English.
You can make and eat this special-styled sushi with fantastic pattern. 

It is super cute and beautiful colors!

In our cooking class for Vegan or Vegetarian guests,

We basically used rice vinegar sugar,sesame,ginger, vegetable and nori (made from seaweed).
According to menu,used edible pigment in purpose for rice to coloring.
However,please be assured that they are all made from natural ingredents.
Also we using edible pigment contained from natural things as below.
Red/made from red mildew (fermented red rice)
Blue/extracted from algae
Yellow/extracted from gardenia fruit
Orange/extracted from Japanese mustard
Green/yellow and blue pigment extracted from gardenia fruit

About Kazarimaki-sushi-roll
Kazarimaki sushi roll (Art Sushi Roll or Decoration sushi roll) has evolved in their own unique way from
the technologies of
Saikusushi for which the topping items of Edomae-nigiri-sushi have been creatively used and Futomaki
Sushi (Thick roll of sushi) which is one of the local cuisines of Chiba prefecture.
 
In the world of sushi industry newly developed samples of Saiku sushi often came to be released in
technology contests of sushi from the beginning of Showa period onward ... More info ›

Kazarimaki, is one of the way of sushi rolls.It is known as Art sushi roll in English.
You can make and eat this special-styled sushi with fantastic pattern. 

It is super cute and beautiful colors!

In our cooking class for Vegan or Vegetarian guests,

We basically used rice vinegar sugar,sesame,ginger, vegetable and nori (made from seaweed).
According to menu,used edible pigment in purpose for rice to coloring.
However,please be assured that they are all made from natural ingredents.
Also we using edible pigment contained from natural things as below.
Red/made from red mildew (fermented red rice)
Blue/extracted from algae
Yellow/extracted from gardenia fruit
Orange/extracted from Japanese mustard
Green/yellow and blue pigment extracted from gardenia fruit

About Kazarimaki-sushi-roll
Kazarimaki sushi roll (Art Sushi Roll or Decoration sushi roll) has evolved in their own unique way from
the technologies of
Saikusushi for which the topping items of Edomae-nigiri-sushi have been creatively used and Futomaki
Sushi (Thick roll of sushi) which is one of the local cuisines of Chiba prefecture.
 
In the world of sushi industry newly developed samples of Saiku sushi often came to be released in
technology contests of sushi from the beginning of Showa period onward.
The sushi rolls such as Saiku maki (roll) and Kawari maki (unique roll) were among them. They had
designs such as flowers, some patterns and family crests, and Japanese traditionally classical designs. 
 
Those designs were originally of their regular customers’ family crests and patterns and were specially
popular among craftsmen and workmen in Kyoto.  We can see many of them recorded in the magazines
or newsletters of the unions of workers of those days.
 
Kazari Sushi or Art sushi roll refers to various creative types of sushi such as Nigiri Sushi (hand-formed
sushi with a topping of seafood, etc), Chirashi Sushi (vinegared-rice with assorted sashimi), sushi roll, and
Oshi-zushi (sushi rice and other ingredients pressed in box or mould) and Bo-Sushi (rod-shaped sushi
topped with large slice of fish) that are offered in sushi restaurants.
 
Kazari zushi or Art sushi roll, highlighting the atmosphere in event sites enriching tables at parties as it is
so beautiful in appearance and also delicious, is appreciated by customers.   
When you say "Kazarimaki zushi or Art sushi roll", it means "Futomaki zushi or Thick roll of zushi" among
these creatively designed ones.
 
It has been evolving day by day as the sushi roll that is pleasing to the eye and also 
delicious to eat, made with various designs such as modern ones of motifs based on nature and ones of
animal characters that are popular among children.

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Japanese Traditional Taiko Drum Experience in Kyoto

Japanese Traditional Taiko Drum Experience in Kyoto - Kyoto, Japan
Star Rating

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$75.17

Book the 1-hour traditional Japanese drum "taiko" class in Kyoto! Taiko has developed through the long history of Japan along with various traditional art forms such as Noh, Kyo-gen, Nagauta, and Kabuki. Wadaiko especially refers to a taiko of Japanese origin ... More info ›

Book the 1-hour traditional Japanese drum "taiko" class in Kyoto! Taiko has developed through the long history of Japan along with various traditional art forms such as Noh, Kyo-gen, Nagauta, and Kabuki. Wadaiko especially refers to a taiko of Japanese origin. It is a compound word, which consists of "wa"(Japanese) and "daiko"(a suffix of the word "taiko"). Your professional and friendly English-speaking instructor will show you how to play Japanese traditional song with Japanese drum.

Visit the Taiko Center in Kyoto in the morning or afternoon and start this 1-hour basic Taiko experience with your professional and friendly instructor.

"Taiko" in Japanese means Japanese drumming style, a drum group, drum music and a drum itself. There come in wide variety of shapes and sizes and have developed through the long history of Japan along with various traditional Japanese art forms such as Noh, Kyo-gen, Nagauta, and Kabuki. Learn the basic history and structure of this beautiful Japanese instrument while learning basic taiko techniques through simple traditional Japanese songs. By the end of the lesson, you will learn to play a Japanese song together with your group.

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Seasonal Tour: Kyoto Cherry Blossom Viewing Tour by Bus

Seasonal Tour: Kyoto Cherry Blossom Viewing Tour by Bus - Kyoto, Japan

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$97.04

Book this cherry blossom viewing tour by shared bus in Kyoto and visit some of the most popular cherry blossom viewing spots in Kyoto that are not easily accessible. Enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine.

Cherry blossom Viewing (Ohanami) is a big annual event during spring for Japanese people.
Japanese people love cherry blossoms not only because they are beautiful but also because of its ephemeral nature, they only bloom for a very short period.

Because during this season they are many people who would go out for cherry-blossom viewing all the famous areas are very crowded ... More info ›

Book this cherry blossom viewing tour by shared bus in Kyoto and visit some of the most popular cherry blossom viewing spots in Kyoto that are not easily accessible. Enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine.

Cherry blossom Viewing (Ohanami) is a big annual event during spring for Japanese people.
Japanese people love cherry blossoms not only because they are beautiful but also because of its ephemeral nature, they only bloom for a very short period.

Because during this season they are many people who would go out for cherry-blossom viewing all the famous areas are very crowded. Due to this it is very difficult to find a place to go. 

Come and join this bus tour and be prepared to feel the beauty of spring in Japan!
A tour assistant will take you to all the famous cherry blossom places in Kyoto.
By going around by bus you have the advantage of being able to efficiently go around the cherry blossoms viewing spots. It is a casual plan with no need to get on a crowded train during the cherry-blossom season. 

◆Spots to visit
-Kitano Tenmangu Shrine
An important shrine that is dedicated to Sugawara Michizane, a scholar and politician who was unfairly exiled. It is said that after his exile his spirit cause number of disaster, to appease him many shrines were built. At this area there is a one and only kind of cherry blossom that blooms here. This old cherry blossom tree is said to be 120 years old, and its the only sakura in the world that turns white to pink. 

-Haradani-en 
Haradani-en is a privately owned garden covering 13,000 square meters with a variety of cherry trees, this spot is also a great place to view cherry blossoms because not many people goes to this area. 
Located at a steep hill above Kinkakuji Temple, however with the bus you can sit and relax while going up this hill.

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Traditional Maiko Performance in Kyoto

Traditional Maiko Performance in Kyoto - Kyoto, Japan
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$94.67

Watch a Maiko performance and have the opportunity to interact with them afterwards. Learn about the Maiko culture afterwards, and either enjoy a bento box lunch or Japanese sweets and matcha, depending on the option selected.

Immerse yourself in a traditional Maiko performance during your time in Kyoto ... More info ›

Watch a Maiko performance and have the opportunity to interact with them afterwards. Learn about the Maiko culture afterwards, and either enjoy a bento box lunch or Japanese sweets and matcha, depending on the option selected.

Immerse yourself in a traditional Maiko performance during your time in Kyoto. Maiko are in the training process to become a Geisha. They are highly trained performers in Japan. Choose between multiple showtimes at 12pm, 2pm, or 4pm.

After their performance, you will receive a more details explanation of Maiko and the culture in English. Then, you will be able to meet, interact, and take photos with Maiko. This is a rare experience as they usually do not walk outside or take time to speak with tourists.

You have a choice to book the Wareshinobu option, which includes a bento box lunch. The Ofuku option includes matcha and Japanese sweets.

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