Menu


1) Karaage  (Japanese Fried Chicken)   8,000yen

Karaage
Karaage is an all time favorite food for everyone and it is one of the most appetizing home menu.
You will learn the tips of cooking the chicken nice and crispy.
Comes with 2 side dishes, miso soup, rice and matcha jelly.
*gluten free

2) Fish Teriyaki   8,000yen

Fish Teriyaki
For Teriyaki, various fishes like Masu (Trout), Buri (Yellowtail), Sake (Salmon) may be used depending on the season.
Comes with 2 side dishes, miso soup, rice and matcha jelly.
*gluten free

3)Ginger Pork Saute    8,000yen

Ginger Pork Saute
Very popular, easy-to-cook dish offering the nice flavor of pork sauted with ginger and soy sauce.
Comes with 2 side dishes, miso soup, rice and matcha jelly.
*gluten free

4)Niku-Jyaga (Flavored Beef and Potatoes)    8,000yen

Niku-Jyaga
Niku-Jyaga is one of the most popular everyday dish in Japanese homes.
It is cooked in Japanese soup stock , soy sauce, sugar and other seasonings.
Most Japanese people love it and recognize it as Mom’s home cooking.
Comes with 2 side dishes, miso soup, rice and matcha jelly.
*gluten free

5)Deep-Fried Tofu    7,500yen

Deep-Fried Tofu
One of the appetizing way to serve hot tofu.  It is best served while steaming hot.
Comes with 2 side dishes, miso soup, rice and matcha jelly.
*gluten free
*vegetarian applicable

6) Flower Sushi   7,000yen

Flower Sushi
This charming sushi is not as difficult as you might think. You can try this recipe as soon as you get back home, as the ingredients are easy to purchase.
Comes with a side dish, miso soup and maccha jelly.
*gluten free

7) Okonomiyaki & Yakisoba   7,000yen

Okonomiyaki Osaka-style Yakisoba

Okonomiyaki is often translated as ‘Japanese Pizza’ or ‘Savory Pancake’.
The main ingredients are wheat flour, eggs, cabbage, meat and/or seafood.
Along with Okonomiyaki, this noodle recipe, Yakisoba is seasoned with Japanese Sauce which stimulates your appetite. They are both popular casual food in Japan, especially in the Osaka area.
Comes with miso soup and maccha jelly.

8) Gyoza & Ramen   7,500yen

 GyozaRamen

These two dishes originally came from China but it has changed to fit the taste of Japanese people.  You will learn how to prepare Clear Chicken Soup Ramen which is simple to try at home. 
Comes with a side dish and maccha jelly.

9) Ten-Don (Tempura on Rice)   7,500yen

Ten-Don
Tempura was brought in from Portugal back in the 16th century to Japan.  When the deep-fried ingredients are topped on rice, rice becomes tasty as it absorbs the good flavor of the toppings.
Comes with a side dish, miso soup and matcha jelly.
*Vegetarian applicable (only vegetable tempura)

10) Katsu-Curry (Japanese Curry topped with Pork Cutlet)   7,500yen

Katsu-Curry
Curry came into Japan not directly from India but via England. Now, curry has become the favorite dish to all generations of Japanese people.
At Cookery A-Five, we will use off-the-shelf curry cubes but we have some secrets for a delicious recipe. Curry will be topped with hot Pork Cutlet with crispy batter and juicy pork.
Comes with a side dish, miso soup and matcha jelly.

11) Obento (Lunch Box)   7,500yen

Obento
You will learn how to prepare standard type of obento which many mothers (or fathers) prepare for their families.  
Comes with miso soup and matcha jelly.
*gluten free

12) Special Session  

Special SessionJan. or Feb.:   Miso from Scratch

Though not many people in Japan make their own miso at home, we make our own miso for more than 25 years. As it needs to be stored in a cool place for a year to get matured,  you will have a pack of miso to take home.
Details will be given in the Blog page.

sakura Ohanami

March or April:  Ohanami (Cherry Blossom Viewing)

We will prepare a lunch box at the class and have lunch together under the fully blooomed cherry trees.
Details will be given in the Blog page.