Welcome to “YUCa’s Japanese Cooking”, a cooking class in TOKYO.
Chef and Recipe creator YUCa will guide you through the art of Easy, Simple and Delicious Japanese food to you! Honored as the BEST Cooking class in Japan by international travelers 2018 & 2019 by TripAdvisor!
Live Streaming again! In this vlog, I’ll guide you to the Sugamo Jizodori, a bustling shopping street near JR Sugamo Station popular with the older generations that is affectionately known as “Grandma’s Harajuku” in reference to the youth mecca near Shibuya. Please also check out my $ 20 Japanese street foods hunting! Read More
Welcome to YUCa’s Japanese Cooking – Virtual Cooking Class – !
This is a brand-new online course! In this live streaming cooking experience, you will connect with home cooking chef 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! You can sign up to a class individually or why not sign up for the whole course at a great price!
Contents of the class: – Welcome: Introduction to YUCa and participants – Getting started: Summary of the dishes and ingredients – Cooking begins: YUCa cooking along with participants and responding to questions – Dish up and toast: Enjoy your dishes
Prices: One class – 5,000JPY (including VAT10%) 3 classes – 13,000JPY (including VAT10%) 2,000JPY OFF 6 classes – 25,000JPY (including VAT10%) 5,000JPY OFF Whole course or 8 classes over couple of courses – 34,000JPY (including VAT10%)
*max 7 screens (up to two participants per screen) **Price is per screen
1. Please visit our virtual class page and fill the request form down below. Then, push “Send your request” button.
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!
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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!
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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make baby food (vol.2). In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. Since my previous Japanese baby food recipe video was so popular, I decided to film another video. This time, I introduce porridge recipes with using rice and bread . (I use roll bread in the video but you can use white bread as well! ) I made this video to introduce Japanese baby food but please try making rice porridge when you have less appetite or feel like healthy & light meal!
Live Streaming! In this video, I’ll guide you to the Nakamise Shopping Street – the most famous shopping street in Asakusa. The street runs for 250 meters on the main approach to Sensoji Temple and is lined on both sides with shops selling traditional souvenirs, snacks, and sweets. Please also check out my $30 Japanese street foods hunting!
Did you try Japanese-style Hamburg Steak with Ponzu recipe?
Do you enjoy my Japanese-style Hamburg Steak with Ponzu sauce recipe? This recipe might be easy for you, cooking lovers!
Japanese-style hamburg steak is a little bit different. During this video, I will also show you how to make ponzu sauce as well. I remember that many of my cooking class guests wanted to know this recipe. Thank you for waiting!
If you cannot find Shiso (Japanese Basil) and Daikon radish, don’t worry! Please skip the ingredients or grate other veggie (radish, carrot, turnips etc) for topping. After making hamburg steaks, please put in a container and eat within 2 days! Fresh is important for this hamburg steak.
P.S. This hamburg steak is good at paring with Japanese premium sake.
In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Japanese-style Hamburg Steak and also Ponzu. For topping, I put shiso (Japanese basil), grated daikon radish and long onion. At the end, pour the ponzu at the end. In my family recipe, I use shiitake mushroom and its soup. Please enjoy this recipe video and try it out!
In this video, I’ll guide you to the Kappabashi dogugai in Tokyo! Kappabashi is famous as the biggest Japanese kitchenware town. Alongside with the 800m long main street, there are around 200 shops that sell knives, plates, ceramics bowls, tea pots and cups and more! This is vol. 2 so I’ll show you individual kitchenwares and explain what and how to use them. I hope you also enjoy watching the current scene in Kappabashi kitchenware town.
In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make potato salad with using homemade Japanese mayonnaise. During this video, I will share some tips to make creamy but flavorful potato salad and also how to customize for veggie option. Enjoy this video and please try it out!
In this Vlog, I will guide you to the place that you can feel retro Tokyo! During this video, I introduce the Japanese candy shop (Dagashi-ya in Japanese) that sells variety of Japanese candies and retro snacks. You will also see Takoyaki (octopus balls) and unique vending machine that have Ramen & Yakitori etc. PLUS, iF you love Japanese culture, especially games and cartoons, don’t miss the end of the video. My son and I tried different retro arcade games! Hope all of you enjoy this Vlog and old Tokyo scene!!!
In this recipe video, I will show you how to make “Japanese Mayonnaise”. Japanese mayonnaise is a bit different from other Mayonnaises. Would you like to know the difference? Please watch this video and try it out! (At the end of the video, I will introduce the Mayonnaise section at the Japanese supermarket!)