I will prepare a welcome drink for everyone, then explain about the Japanese traditional cooking tools while you enjoy the drink. Then we will start cooking. First we cook rice with Nanbu cast iron rice cooker. Then we start preparing for some miso soup by shaving a piece of dried bonito by a special tool to make some bonito flakes. Make dashi stock out of the bonito flake to make a miso soup. Marinate pork (fish or tofu) in miso. Make tamagoyaki by using tamagoyaki pan. Grind sesame seeds by Japanese mortar to make gomaae (vegetable with sesame seeds). Sautee marinated pork in cast iron pan. We will have a lunch after we cook. Then I will take you to Kamaasa Shouten located in Kappabasi the kitchenware street so you can actually buy the tools if you like. MENU -Miso Soup -Gomaae(vegetable with sesame seed) -Tamagoyaki -Marinated Pork (fish or tofu) -Rice
Home cooking lunch
My kitchen is located in a area called Kuramae, upcoming area for new stores and cafes near Asakusa. You could use Kuramae station on Asakusa Line or Ooedo Line. It is also a walking distance to Kappabashi where the street is filled with kitchenware stores.
Japanese Cooking w/ traditional tool