Japanese cooking classes
There is something truly elegant and delicious about the Japanese cuisine that makes us want to be able to cook it for ourselves. And now you can thanks to the RedBalloon range of Japanese cooking classes. Whether you want to sharpen your culinary skills in the kitchen, you’ve always wanted to learn how to cook Japanese or you’re looking for a gift idea for the foodie in your life, a cooking class is the perfect experience no matter what your needs. At RedBalloon, you’ll find the best Japanese cooking workshops around including in Melbourne and Sydney.
What is included in a Japanese cooking class?
Depending on which cooking school you attend, what is included in the cooking class may vary. However, most of the RedBalloon Japanese cooking classes include being guided step by step on how to create the best Japanese food, including traditional dishes, whilst also learning the fundamentals of utilising basic ingredients and flavours. Your class will include an expert chef to guide you, all the fresh produce and ingredients you’ll need, as well as the cooking equipment and utensils. Some classes will also include a recipe pack so you can take home everything you’ve learnt and put it to use for your family and friends.
What is involved in a Japanese cooking class?
There are plenty of awesome things involved when learning to make Japanese food as you’ll leave the day with a bunch of new skills and delicious recipes. Your class will include a hands-on experience learning to make your favourites which may include learning how to make sushi and sashimi. Your class may also focus on utilising fresh seasonal ingredients as well as provide important tips and tricks for food preparation and presentation of dishes in a traditional style. At the end of the class, you will get to sit down and enjoy all your tasty creations including things like sushi, handmade rolls, dumplings, tempura dishes and more.
Where to take Japanese cooking classes?
There are plenty of amazing Japanese cooking classes available around the country. However the best cities to book in a class are definitely Melbourne and Sydney. In each location you'll be spoilt for choice with a range of cooking lessons on offer.
Japanese cooking classes Sydney
Sydney is home to some of the best Japanese cooking classes in the country. These experiences are all centrally located including in Neutral Bay and Rosebery, making it convenient to get to. One of the best Japanese cooking classes Sydney has to offer is the Authentic 3 hour cooking class which we also offer in a group package so you and your plus one can cook up a storm together.
Japanese cooking classes Melbourne
Melbourne is the culinary capital of Australia which makes it the perfect city to book in a Japanese cooking class. Our experiences are located in Moonee Ponds, Richmond and Bentleigh so you can find the right class near you. One of our favourite lessons includes the authentic cooking class which covers everything from sushi to gyozas.
Should I take a Japanese cooking classes?
If you’re wondering if you should take a Japanese cooking class, then the answer is definitely yes! Not only will this fun experience leave your mouth-watering for more, but you’ll learn some handy tips and tricks you can put to use in your own kitchen. From a sushi cooking class to an authentic Japanese cooking class, the options on RedBalloon are guaranteed to impress and you definitely won’t regret it.
How much is a Japanese cooking class?
You don’t have to break the bank to enjoy one of the RedBalloon cooking lessons as a 3.5 hour Japanese cooking lesson starts at $125. You can also find cooking classes for 2 people that are all within budget. For just $280, 2 people side by side will learn to create a range of modern and traditional Japanese dishes in a hands-on class.
Treat your eyes and taste buds to a delicious Japanese cooking class from RedBalloon. With some of the best cooking schools in Australia on offer, you’ll find the perfect experience for you. Better yet, a cooking class is the perfect gift for someone who is food obsessed or always wanting to touch up on their skills in the kitchen.