Teishoku is a Japanese set meal which includes a main dish, side dishes, miso soup, and rice. The meal is very balanced with carbs, protein, and fat, and the layout of the teishoku meal is always the same, with specific placements for the rice bowl, soup, main dish, and sides. In this teishoku class, you’ll learn to make the Japanese set meal, including all of the components: main dish, side dishes, miso soup, and rice. You can choose your main dish from three options: tonkatsu (breadcrumbed and fried pork cutlet), karaage (crispy Japanese fried chicken), and shogayaki (ginger pork). All three are very popular teishoku set options.
You’ll learn how to prepare and cook the main dish, make Japanese side dishes, cook the rice, and make miso soup with homemade dashi soup stock. Then, you can enjoy eating without worrying about the cleanup (the cooking instructor has that covered).
There are 3 main dishes to choose from:
-Karaage (can be made gluten-free)
-Shogayaki (can be made gluten-free)
All ingredients to make the teishoku meal
All tools and tableware
Transportation fee to and from the event location
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting location is the north exit of Ninomiya Station. Once you leave the north exit, you will see a convenience store called “Mini Stop” across the road. The host will pick you up from the parking lot in front of the shop.
While Ninomiya might seem a little out of the way, it’s a perfect stop if you’re on your way to see Mount Fuji or the hot springs of Izu or Hakone!