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Kyaraben request

By nagomistation - Last updated: 日曜日, 3月 11, 2012

Story by  Megumi

Before I started Nagomi Kitchen cooking lesson, I was thinking a lot about the lesson menus.

 

“What menu will be fun for tourist to experience Japanese cooking during their stay in Japan?”

“How can I provide the enjoyable cooking time to them?”

 

And when I was considering it, I believed that making kyaraben will be a one of fun thing for almost participant because I have enjoyed by myself very much.

(To be honest I have never cook kyaraben for a real lunchbox though but I knew taking photos of own creation was really exciting!)

 

So, I started kyaraben lesson from last year and many participants have already created their own kyaraben 😉

 

 


And few days ago, I received a request from guest who booked our kyaraben lesson for end of this month.
She want to create Nibbler kyaraben. (Nibbler is the character from FUTURAMA, do you know it?)

 

 

Actually it was first time for me to receive this kind of request, (in addition I have never seen this character before!) but I tried to make it.
How do you think about this Nibbler kyaraben?

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I will cook it together with guest on end of March, and will pass the recipe for it 😀

I love try to make new kyaraben, so if you want to make your favorite character with us, please let me know when you booking.

Of course I want to try but I guess there is some character which is completely impposible to create as kyaraben so I will inform you if I can do that or not after receiving a request!


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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Making Original Pikachu

By nagomistation - Last updated: 火曜日, 12月 20, 2011
Story by Megumi
original pikachu, kyaraben

We made original Pikachu with Elizabeth who come from USA and Ai who come from Japan on last Wednesday 🙂

team Pokemon!

First of all, started to make Tofu meatballs with teriyaki sauce.The teriyaki sauce made by same amount of Soy sauce, sugar, Sake and Mirin which the sweet cooking sake. It’s easy to remember isn’t it? 🙂

They fried meatballs with big smile!

From this time we prepared apron for each participants. The color is beige and black and the Japanese taste pattern on the pockets.So you don’t have to bring anything when join our cooking program!

making tofu meatballs

Second step was making Pikachu, it’s a main event of the program :)I have a sample Pikachu but participants can make it as absolutely original Pikachu face with Nori seaweed.

Elizabeth made a eyebrow of Picachu, it’s a very manlike 😉 Nice!

pikachu kyaraben

She said she would like to join again when her friend come to Tokyo or another cooking program offered.

I updated the comments from participants who joined our cooking program, please check it 🙂

pokemon. pikachu 


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.

1つ星2つ星3つ星4つ星5つ星 (2 投票, 平均値/最大値: 5.00 / 5)
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