By nagomistation - Last updated: 日曜日, 2月 19, 2012 - Save & Share - Leave a Comment
Story by Megumi

Today we held ” Learn basic Japanese cooking lesson ” with four guests.

Deanna from France, she live in Japan for just 2 month and her friend in France booked this lesson as a gift for Deanna. (We are really glad that Nagomi Kitchen was choose as a gift!!)

Additional Pablo, Pedro and Marcos from Spain, they are TV crew and joined our cooking lesson for shooting for their program, EL INTERMEDIO (channnel : LA SEXTA )

So, today’s lesson was proceeded with very mixed languages, French, Spanish, Japanese and of course English 😉

Before cooking, I told them about the Japanese soup stock, Dashi. It’s made from edible kelp and dried bonito. Then Pablo said “Bonito? It’s mean beautiful in Spanish!” I didn’t know about that but
it’s interesting the same word means fish and beautiful 😀

I got some kindly comments from them about impressions for Nagomi Kitchen’s cooking lesson.

from Pedro

The kitchen is very nice. Very spacious, charm, lovely place. Megumi is a very kind & lovely person and her mum is also very kind. They are both very funny.

from Pablo

So friendly people and so tasty food that I want to settle in this kitchen forever!

from Deanna

Really friendly, food is really good! Thanks a lot.

We also enjoyed very much for today’s lesson! I’m looking forward to watch today’s lesson on Spanish TV program on end of March and believe Deanna will be able to cook today’s menu for her friends when she back home:)

Megumi Kusunoki, (@nagomistation) currently a cooking instructor in Tokyo started Nagomi Kitchen in hopes for people around the world to learn more about real Japanese food. Combining her passion for tourism as a former scuba diving instructor, bus tour guide, and marketing and sales manager for an online guide for tourists coming to Japan, and food, Nagomi Kitchen was born out of a labor of love. She hopes that through Nagomi Kitchen more people will become more familiar with Japanese food and ingredients and be able to incorporate Japanese home cooking into their daily meal.


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