Soba are served in a variety of places throughout Japan, from affordable hole-in-the-wall eateries to classy specialty restaurants. They can be found anywhere and are used to complement many different types of dishes, eaten not only as a main dish. For example, soba noodles work really well as a foundation for stir-fries and salads, but then are fresh and delicious served with soy sauce and wasabi. The noodles are made from buckwheat flour which has many health benefits, as buckwheat promotes heart health and is also rich in fibre and protein. Simple yet healthy and tasty, soba is a big part of the Japanese diet.
This warm, friendly class is perfect for small groups of people who want to learn how to make healthy soba noodles. Held in a home cooking studio in a private residence, you’ll be offered a warm and comforting cup of green tea while you watch and learn how to make soba buckwheat noodles from scratch. It’s a healthy ingredient that you may have overlooked the importance of learning to make, but you’ll quickly discover that the process of making soba noodles is both fun and relaxing. Using traditional tools, you’ll be guided how to mix, roll, cut, and prepare soba and then eat them with delicious condiments for that authentic soba taste!
This soba noodles cooking class offers the perfect setting for learning how to make your diet even healthier by allowing you to learn with a friendly, healthy cooking instructor in a small group. By learning how to hand make soba noodles, you’ll be learning to appreciate the simplicity of a key ingredient in many Japanese dishes. Create lifelong memories in this class while you learn new noodle-making skills which you can take home with you in a booklet of recipes. Engage your senses while honing your concentration as you continue your learning and experimenting at home after this healthy Handmade Soba Noodles Making Class!
A 2-hour soba buckwheat noodle making class held in a local Japanese home
Ingredients, cooking utensils, tools, and aprons provided for making soba noodles
A booklet of recipes and factsheets to take home with you
Complimentary tea, coffee, and sake
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point will be at the Seven-Eleven outside of Shin-Koenji Station.
Please be reminded to come to the cooking class meeting point on time
Upon booking, you can expect a confirmation within 24 hours. Once confirmed, present your booking information at the class
Children under 6 years of age will not be charged for this experience