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Welcome to “YUCa’s Japanese Cooking”,
a cooking class in Tokyo.

Chef and recipe creator YUCa will guide you through the art of
Simple, easy and delicious Japanese food to you!

The best cooking class in Japan 2018 & 2019 by TripAdvisor! See more detail.

Online cooking : Class schedule

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Welcome to YUCa’s Japanese Cooking – Online Class – !

In this live streaming cooking experience, you will connect with YUCa from her private kitchen in the centre of Tokyo, Japan. YUCa will be guiding you step by step to create popular Japanese foods in the comfort of your home kitchen! There are 8 classes. Menus of some classes change monthly.

All classes take 1 hour and cost 3,300JPY/person.
*Vegetarian, gluten-free, Halal options are also available. Please tell us in advance.

Class Schedule (May & June, 2020):

May 2020:  

May 26 (Tue) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
May 27 (Wed) – 10:00AM(JST)   Japanese Sweets class
May 28 (Thu) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
May 29 (Fri) – 19:30PM(JST)  Monthly Special class
May 30 (Sat) – 19:30PM(JST) Any class available!
May 31 (Sun) – 19:30PM (JST) Okonomiyaki class

June 2020:  

June 2 (Tue) – 10:00AM(JST)  Okonomiyaki class  Private class booked
June 3 (Wed) – 10:00AM(JST) Japanese Sweets class  Private class booked
June 4 (Thu) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 5 (Fri) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 6 (Sat) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM (JST)  Any class available!
June 7 (Sun) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM (JST)  Any class available!

June 8 (Mon) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 9 (Tue) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 10(Wed) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 11 (Thu) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 12 (Fri) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 13 (Sat) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 14 (Sun) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM (JST)  Any class available!

June 15 (Mon) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 16 (Tue) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 17(Wed) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 18 (Thu) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 19 (Fri) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 20 (Sat) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 21 (Sun) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM (JST)  Any class available!

June 22 (Mon) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 23 (Tue) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 24 (Wed) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 25 (Thu) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 26 (Fri) – 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 27 (Sat) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 28 (Sun) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM (JST)  Any class available!

June 29 (Mon) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!
June 30 (Tue) – 10:00AM(JST) / 19:30PM(JST)  Any class available!

How to book:

1. Please visit class page and fill the request form down below. Then, push “Send your request” button.
Okonomiyaki class
Seasonal Sushi class
Japanese Sweets class
Gyoza class
Monthly Special class
Tsukemen (Ramen) Soup class
Family Cooking class
Healthy Japanese Meal class

2. We will send a reply with the link for the payment. If you do not receive a reply from us within two days, please resubmit your request again.

3. Once you book the class, you’ll receive a link of Google Meet and a full list of ingredients and utensils. Not to worry – we keep it simple, you probably already have all the things you need in your kitchen!

4. As we get closer to the big day, you’ll receive notes from us to help you to connect virtually on the day you book.

5. See you from the kitchen!


The schedule hours default to Japan Standard Time (JST)★.
Please pay attention to the day you sign up for in accordance with your time zone!

NOISIA2: 海外企業からの報酬を受け取る日は時差に注意?

Can’t you find a schedule for your time zones? Don’t worry!
Write to: info@yjc.tokyo or contact us. We can do our best to make it work together! 

Baby Food in Japan (5-6 months)

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In this vlog, I will introduce Baby Food in Japan. In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. As a mom of 2 children, I’ve been enjoying making baby food (and also kids meal) for almost 5 years now. My daughter is about to become 7 months old so I decided to film what she’s been eating during 5 – 6 months old. I hope you enjoy watching this video and try it out if you have small baby in your family! 🙂 Enjoy the video! YUCa


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Oyako-don is one of the popular donburi menus same as Gyu-don in Japanese cuisine. Donburi is a dish over the rice.  “Oyako” means a parent in Japanese and “Don” is an abbreviation of donburi. We use chicken and egg for this dish that’s why this dish is called “Oyako-don”.  This is really easy and simple dish. Also, all you need is Chicken, egg and onion (plus, seasonings)! For seasonings, I recommend to use Dashi soup stock rather than using only plain water. Please try it out!!

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Gyoza online cooking class

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Don’t forget your smile while cooking!

If you are interested in learning how to make Gyoza from scratch,
please book the class from here!

In this class, we will make Gyoza pastry from scratch!
I prefer homemade gyoza pastry than premade one. Do you now why? You will know it after making it!!!

If you prefer vegan, vegetarian, halal, gluten-free Gyoza, I can customize the menu for you!
See you from your kitchen!

Happy Children’s Day 2020!

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Happy Children’s Day !
Children’s Day is a Japanese national holiday which takes place annually on May 5th, and it is part of Golden Week Holidays.
The purpose of the Children’s Day is to celebrate children’s happiness and to respect their personalities.

The day was originally called “Tango no Sekku”, or Boy’s Festival, was celebrated in order to wish the healthy growth of the boys in the family.

On that day, families with boys raise ‘koi-nobori’, or the carp-shaped streamers outside the house, wishing their success in their lives. They also display ornamental helmets called Kabuto or samurai dolls at home, because they are believed to be symbols of strength and vitality.

Traditional foods such as ‘kashiwa-mochi’, mochi rice cakes wrapped in oak leavesand, and ‘chimaki’, rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves are eaten on that day. People put iris leaves and roots in the bath. It is believed that it will purge noxious vapor.

This year, my husband prepared kashiwamochi and I bought iris leaves and roots to put in a bath. Since it’s rare to put iris leaves and roots in a bathtub, my son enjoyed his long bath time tonight!
Of course, kashiwamochi was delicious with green tea.

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