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Healthy Cookery Course

The characteritics of our private cookery course

  • Course fee:
    • GBP 130 for one person
    • GBP 230 for two person
    • GBP 330 for three person
    • GBP 420 for four person
  • The maximum number is 4 people and the students are only yourselves.
    Ideal for your special occations!!!
  • Please CLICK how people say about our course
  • Suitable as a Gift!
    The Home Cookery course is perfect for anyone who is interested in making Japanese at home, just like in restaurants! It is also the perfect experience gift for a birthday or anniversary! We can supply either an e-card or a real card sent via post inviting your chosen person to the sushi course.
  • How long is the course?
    The course takes roughly 2.5-3.0 hours.
  • Where does the course happen?
    The kitchen is located Moat Lane, Solihull, B91 2LN.
    We also have parking space at the front of our home.
  • Is there anything you should bring with you?
    No.We supply you with a traditional sushi chef’s apron to wear.

Which date are you available?

We do a cookery course from Tuesdays to Saturdays. If you have any special date you want to do a course, please ask us.

What you will get after the course......

  • Meals you made.
  • Japanese Healthy Cookery Course certificate
  • Cookery course note(PDF)

Contents of home-sushi chef course

3 Main dishes

[check]Please choose three main dishes for you to learn.
[check]Please tell us your diet preferences in advance if any; vegetarian, no pork, no shelfish etc
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Gyoza Dumpling

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  • Gyoza are delectable grilled then steamed dumplings filled with minced vegetables and chicken.
    • Also tofu and vegetables fillings are available for vegetarian.
  • Originated in China,gyoza are very popular in Japan.
  • The fillings are encased in gyoza skins,which are sold frozen in Japanese ingredient stores.

Japanese style Curry with rice

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  • Curries are very popular in Japan and were first introduced in the middle of the nineteenth century,via England.
  • A number if Japanese food manufacturers sell different kinds of instant curry sauce. Resembling chocolate bars,they contain all the necessary spices,seasonings and stocks.

Miso Cod

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  • As it is dificult to get the Black cod in UK we use cod or halibut instead, marinating with traditional Japanese Saikyo Miso from Kyoto area.
  • Black cod means two things:
    • it can refer to a type of fish found in deep areas of the northern Pacific, or
    • it can be a name of dish that uses this miso marinade with any white fish.
  • £20 extra charge per person due to expensive ingredients

Okonomiyaki(savoury Japanese pancake)

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  • The literal translation of okonomiyaki is "choice toast",an apt name for a popular Japanese street snack.
  • It is a Japanese equivalent of a crepe or pizza and is eaten on its own as a snack or light meal.
  • Japanese beer goes well with it.
  • Okonomiyaki can be filled with whatever you choose.

Mixed Tempura

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  • Tempura,one of the most distinctively Japanese dishes,has its origins in the West,as the Portuguese introduced it in the 15th century.
  • Tempura found its way into the Japanese kitchen and is now the very centre of Japanese cuisine.

Tonkatsu(golden breadcrumed pork)

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  • The katsu dishes are always popular seller on the Japanese menu.
  • It is something about those crispy breadcrumbs.


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  • This is an irresisitable combination of succulent,fresh salmon and teriyaki sauce.
  • Teriyaki sauce goes with particularly any fish or meat but especially well with oily fish such as salmon, macherel or tuna.


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  • A tasty starter or canape.
  • It is easy to make and can be prepared in advance.
  • Japanese people find it hard to resist the tempting aroma of yakitori waiting down the street.

Wafu(Japanese style) Hamburg

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  • Japanese-style hamburger is called hambaagu in Japanese.
  • It's one of the most popular Western food eaten in Japan.

Side dishes

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[check]You will learn all of these three side dishes below.
[check]Please tell us your diet preferences in advance if any; vegetarian, no pork, no shelfish etc

Agedashi tofu

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  • Agedashi tofu is a typical Zen Buddhist vegetarian dish,but you do not have to be Buddhist to enjoy this subtle yet satisfying way to eat tofu.

Gomaae(French beans mixed with Sesame dressing)

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  • Sesame seeds have much more flavour when they are crushed by the special Japanese tool called suribach.
  • This sesame dressing is packed with flavour and is a favourite with steamed vegetables.

Miso soup with seaweed,tofu and spring onion

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  • Tasty and comforting,miso soup is packed with easily digestible vegetable protein,vitamin E and various minerals.
  • Millions of Japanese people start their working day with a bowl of miso soup. It is a healthy breakfast that is quick and easy to make.

Comments from our students;


"Thanks a lot for the lovely Japanese cooking course was fun and inspiring.
Japanese cooking is a very healthy and tasty cuisine and as long as you get the Japanese ingredients is easy and quick to prepare. Good for busy people.
I strongly reccomend the cooking course stefano "


Having really enjoyed my Sushi course in May, I decided to treat my brother Oscar to a similar experience. He loves Japanese food so I thought it would be good to try out Nari and Yoshie’s Japanese cookery course. We got to choose from a list of dishes and picked Tempura, Yakitori and Gyoza dumplings. Like the sushi course the cookery course was very informative, hands on and we learnt a great deal. Nari and Yoshie are great teachers and made sure we understood every step. We got to take home all that we had cooked, all of it tasting super yummy (especially the Gyozas – my favourite). Since the course we have all tried to make what we learnt with great success. Thanks again Nari and Yoshie


Narihito and Yoshie, thank you so much for the great course. The course was well organised and each dish flowed nicely from one another. A lot of useful information were given and all my questions answered. My family was very impressed with the amount of food I bought home. The food was so tasty. I will be making the dishes again very soon so the instruction manual will be very handy. I thoroughly enjoyed the course. I will definitely be back for the sushi making course :)


"I had a fantastic day with Nari and Yoshie. They are very welcoming and after a few minutes I felt like at home, it was like learning to cook at a friend's house. I easily learned to cook my favourite Japanese dishes as they are very clear and they provide excellent material. At night, sharing the food I made with my partner and friends was a success. I strongly recommend this course!"

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