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Japanese Cooking Class: June 2006

Author: S Suzuki, Issue: June 2006, Topic: Classes

Why don't you try typical Japanese home cooking, but learn to cook better than usual?

Let's learn Japanese cooking in a beautiful cooking studio "PLATTO." You will be taught easy and oishi (delicious), wonderful Japanese cooking by professional cooking instructors.

The theme is "Being a Better Cook."

The menu includes very common Japanese home cooking. If you have a Japanese wife, you can eat these dishes often, once a month, for example. However, this cooking class was held last month for Japanese wives to improve their cooking skills. It means we would like to introduce some tips to make these common dishes more delicious.

Also we would like to introduce an interesting dessert! The dessert is jelly served in a mugs to look like a frosty glass of beer!


  • Pork ginger Japanese flavor.
  • Miso soup with clams.
  • Dessert: Fake Beer jelly (no alcohol), etc.


  • Fee: 600yen including coffee & rental apron.
  • Language: basic Japanese & English, Bilingual recipe (E/J)is provided.
  • DATE: June 9th (Friday)
  • Time: Doors open at 6pm. Start at 6:10pm. Finish at 8:50pm.
  • Place: Cooking Studio Platto. Easy to find. Free parking available. (Just 2 doors down from the Sky Lark-Gusto restaurant at the intersection of Tsuchiura Gakuen-sen and Nishi Odori.)
  • Participants: 10 non-Japanese ADULTs maximum

Reservation is necessary.

Please tell me your name, nationality, phone/fax number of both your resident and office, and your transportation method. I will send a map and more info to the applicants.

If you cancel 3 days or less before the class, you have to pay because we buy the materials in advance.

First time attendees are required to pay the fee in advance to reserve their place.

More info: S Suzuki garden[AT]mail1.accsnet.ne.jp

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