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Japanese Cooking Class: November 2002

Author: Author Unknown, Issue: November 2002, Topic: Classes

A traditional Japanese cooking class will be held at the Ninomiya Public Hall. We will make rolled sushi, boiled spinach and miso soup etc. If you plan to bring your children, please bring their lunch and drink. Please contact the following as soon as possible.

When: Monday, November 11 from 10:00 to 13:30
Place: Ninomiya Public Hall (Cooking Room)
What to bring: Apron
Cost: 200 yen for each person
Contact/Inquires: Ms. Kuramochi 52-0611 (English) Ms. Tsukamoto 36-0839 (Japanese)

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