Cooking classes are taught in Hiroko's private home kitchen which can accommodate 6-14 students. The culinary atelier offers several kinds of classes including French, ItalianChakaiseki (the formal meal served for Japanese tea ceremony) and the new Washoku, (Japanese traditional cuisine recently added in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list.)  All classes except guest chef's class are hands-on and participants prepare the dishes together and eat what they make in the class!


Shojin Chakaiseki

October 16th, Saturday 2 PM - 8 PM

Class Fee: $110*

In October, I teach Shojin Chakaiseki.  Shojin Ryori refers to a type of vegetarian cooking introduced into Japan together with Buddhism.  The dishes help you detox and you will feel refreshed.  The Atelier will follow the health and safety guidelines and protocol from King County Public Health, CDC, Washington Department of Health.  As a passionate Cooking Class, Hiroko takes great pride in every course she teaches. She has a highly interactive and engaging teaching style that has made her Cooking Class extremely popular.

(*) Registration Fee Required to the first time participant.  in addition to the class fee, the first time participant is required to pay the $115 registration fee. This fee includes a culinary apron, beret, kitchen towel, and a recipe folder.