© 2020 Hiroko Sugiyama Culinary Atelier

22207 NE 31st Street, Sammamish, WA 98074


Class Update



Sakura Chakaiseki

Spring is just around the corner.  Looks like cherry blossoms are blooming early this year. Let's celebrate spring with a custom Chakaiseki menu.  Hands-on class.  No prior experience needed.  Class fills up quickly so register at least one week ahead.

Date: March 21st, Saturday

Time: 2pm-8pm


Cooking Classes

From beginners to experienced chefs, Hiroko's cooking classes are designed to match your interest and skill level. All classes are hands-on and instructional.​

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Private Party

Hiroko can host a cooking class and party for team building, birthday, anniversary

or occasional gathering.  Please consult with her for menu and budget.  She will create a delicious menu for the occasion.

Culinary Tours

Are you looking for distinctive and memorable "5-star" culinary vacation? With Hiroko's expansive global culinary network, her dedication and in-depth culinary tour experiences, she will make your tour like no other.  Currently, Hiroko is offering culinary tours in France and Japan.

New Class is listed! Register soon to secure your spot!

February 23rd, 2020

Food Talk updated!

October 14th, 2019

From Hiroko's beloved food essays in the past, two past essays: Fall in Tanba and Langley are not added to the Food Talk.  Please check out the Japanese food essays.

Blog updated!

October 28th, 2019

Blog updated!  I purchased a Vermicular in Japan and made an Artisan Soughdough Rye Bread.  Crispy outside but moist inside...

Gallery Updated

December 28th, 2014

Photos from the Robiraki no Chakaiseki class (Nov, 2014) were updated in Gallery Page.


March 12, 2016

We have a wonderful guest chef from Italy.  Chef Judy witts is an Italian Chef who takes cooking classes in Florence and America and has a popular website, Divina Cucina. Divina Cucina is her website that promotes her cooking classes, and her cookbook. Please join us to share her love for Italy through her dishes:


  • Arancini — fried rice balls, filled with ragu and cheese

  • Involtini di maiale — pork roll ups thin scaloppine of pork filled with a savory stuffing and roasted

  • Roasted vegetables with Tuscan herb blend

  • Insalata di arancia — sicilian orange and fennel salad with red onions

  • Dessert


Date: March 23rd, Tuesday 10AM-2PM

Class Fee: $95


January 30, 2005

Hiroko's chakaiseki class is featured in the Pacific Northwest Magazine.  Please click here to read more!

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