Go beyond sushi, udon and tempura. Japanese cuisine is very much inspired by nature and the changing seasons. Our session combines age-old cultural traditions such as shodo (Japanese calligraphy) and ikebana (Japanese flower arrangement) with seasonal produce from the Rhine-Neckar region. Experience a cooking session which is part meal, and part work of art!
Group size: 6-10 persons depending on available space
Duration: 3-4 hours
Space requirement: A functional kitchen and dining space with a table large enough to accommodate your full group. External locations are also available upon request, rental fee is extra.
Fee: Depends on the menu. The cost of groceries and location rental fee are not included.
What’s included: An experienced facilitator to introduce, organize and lead the cooking session, grocery-shopping service, printouts of tried-and-tested recipes for all participants
Please contact me for additional options if your group is made up of more than 10 participants.