Yakitori Teishoku Online Interactive Cooking Class
Maction Planet is proud to announce a new Online Interactive Yakitori Teishoku Cooking Class and Talk Show on 10 January 2021 featuring Mac, Founder and Lead Guide of Maction Planet, and Nahoko from At Home with Nahoko Cooking Classes.
On 10 January 2021 (JST), Mac and Nahoko will hold a very special online Yakitori Teishoku cooking class. Together, they will teach you how to make Yakitori Teishoku using ingredients you can easily obtain where you live.
What is Yakitori Teishoku?
Yakitori is a staple Japanese soul food. The skewered chicken is a hallmark of Japanese festival food stalls, and can be found in izakaya up and down the country.
A teishoku is a Japanese set meal, based on the ichiju-issai (or “one soup, one side”) meals traditionally served at Zen temples, which included a main dish, rice, soup and pickles.
We will teach you how to make negima chicken thigh and onion, and tsukune chicken ball yakitori, as well as takikomi gohan rice, tofu miso soup and asazuke pickles. You may not be familiar with these, but trust us – they are delicious. You will be going really deep into Japanese cuisine with this one!
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Two sessions will be held: 09:00 JST and at 19:00 JST to cater to your time zone.
- New York/Toronto: 19:00 (9 Janaury)
- Los Angeles: 16:00 (9 Janaury)
- Sydney: 11:00
- London: 10:00
- Paris/Berlin: 11:00
- Hong Kong/Singapore: 18:00
- Sydney: 21:00
The class will last around 3 hours and is limited to 20 groups per session.
Readers of this blog and followers of Maction Planet social media can book direct for ¥3990 per group. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to take part.
After booking, we’ll send you details of the ingredients and utensils you’ll need for the class.
Entertaining and Educational
Nahoko started Japanese cooking classes for foreign travellers to Tokyo three years ago, and since then has taught over 250 students from all over the world. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she has switched to hosting online classes via Zoom which have proven to be extremely popular.
Mac will talk about Japanese food culture and share many stories about life in Japan, bringing his expertise on Japanese culture, history, food and drink, baseball, sumo, music… As Nahoko says, “Even I am constantly learning from him and I am from Japan!”
This is an interactive class, different from anything on Instagram Live or YouTube. You will be able to converse with Mac and Nahoko during the class. You can ask us questions about Japan and your cooking during the class. All of the participants can show each other their Yakitori Teishoku. We will all be saying ‘itadakimasu‘ and eating our Yakitori Teishoku at the same time.
The prior classes have proven extremely popular. Here is a Tripadvisor review from Karen in London, UK, who joined our Chirashi Sushi cooking class on 6 September:
Fun and delicious! You can feel like you are in Tokyo. Don’t miss it!
Email email@example.com to take part in this special online Yakitori Teishoku cooking class.