Experience Japanese culture with your five senses.

CHAGOHAN TOKYO located in Kappabashi kitchen town, Asakusa is cooking classes which offers not only Japanese cooking experience also tea and sake .
Shop master is not only handmade buckwheat soba noodle artisan also familiar with Japanese cuisine closely related to soba, tea and sake specialist,
Here is the best place for foodies who would enjoy cooking Japanese cuisine (washoku), Japanese tea and sake at seemly clean Japanese detached house.
With around thirty seats, our shop incorporates a modern design alongside warmth and lighting achieved through use of articles like antique Japanese furnishings, ancient tree-wood and books. We have created a casual space for customers featuring a sort of Kyoto-esque serenity.
You can enjoy what we call the Japanese culinary experience.

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Outstanding authentic Japanese cooking class

I am truly grateful to have found this course. 100% would recommend to anyone wanting to learn how to cook ramen and gyoza. Masa and Junko are extremely good hosts and will make you feel at ease from the moment you walk in. The course is really well organised and there is alot of detail about the food, it’s history and all the tips and tricks you need to know whilst cooking Ramen and Gyoza. I was also lucky enough to be on my own for this class so it was essentially a private class. Thank you again Chagohan, this course was excellent.

A must go for everyone!

I booked a total of three courses at chagohan and enjoyed all of them (Nigiri class, rolled sushi class and mochi class). In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, you learn everything what you need to know, starting from the small but surprisingly difficult techniques and ending in a new look at the food as a whole. Can recommend it to everyone who visits Tokyo and wants to bring home a little bit of the Japanese cuisine. Inquiries for booking courses were answered very quickly and even short-termed inquiries were not a problem!

Sushi Class for Four on New Year’s Eve

My husband, young adult daughter, her friend and I shared a sushi making class on New Year’s Eve in the Asakusa area of Tokyo. The owners are warm, quick witted and deeply knowledgeable about the history and art of sushi making. We learned by doing, using fresh ingredients of excellent quality, and then enjoyed our handiwork with hot sake. It was a first class, fun experience. The owners earn the rave reviews they get.

Learned so many new techniques!

What a pleasure it was to learn how to cook tempura from a real chef! Masa-san didn’t just teach me how to turn out killer tempura, he explained in simple terms the thinking behind the cutting and frying techniques, so I can use them on all kinds of other stuff too. I went away with some excellent new knife skills and all kinds of great intel on how to deep fry successfully (something I’ve always been a miserable, soggy failure at). Also (as a Tokyo local and veteran of many Tokyo workshop experiences), I’d like to mention that Masa-san and his lovely and funny cooking partner Junko-san also speak really fluent and natural English, something that’s actually quite rare among workshops that claim “English available.”

Chagohan Tokyo is planning seasonal events and events with special guests.
Please check the schedule below for event information.

【EVENT INFO : Dec. 31th on Saturday】New Year’s Eve Soba Festival

[Information] Date : December 31th on Saturday Why don’t you make your own handmade soba……

【EVENT INFO : Nov. 26th on Saturday】”Sake Cup” paring with Sake ~An Evening to Enjoy Sake and Crafts~

[Information] Date : November 26th on Saturday Doors open 4:45p.m. Time : 5 :00p.m. –……