Brush up your Sushi skills with host families in Japan with airKitchen
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Brush up your Sushi skills with host families in Japan with airKitchen

Brush up your Sushi skills with host families in Japan with airKitchen

As Japanese food becomes popular all over the world, it is natural that a new trend in which tourists in Japan participate in home cooking classes and learn how to cook Japanese dishes such as Sushi and Udon by local hosts in their own homes with airKitchen.

As the number of travelers who want to learn to cook traditional Japanese food, “Washoku” is increasing, it is one of the most popular options. To meet these kinds of requests, airKitchen provides opportunities to experience local Japanese cooking.

The airKitchen matching platform service uses the internet to connect visitors with Japanese hosts who wish to entertain overseas guests with their home cooking in Japan. Using airKitchen, overseas guests can visit local Japanese family homes during their travels and make Japanese home-cooked meals together with a local Japanese host.

All cooking classes are offered in English. Travelers can choose their favorite cooking class by using their smartphones or PCs and easily book and pay online through airKitchen.

airKitchen started it’s services in April, 2018 and already more than 80 country’s tourists have enjoyed Japanese home-cooking experiences in Japan. Anyone, whether on a solo trip or a group/family trip, can participate in these cooking classes. It would normally be held with several other visitors as well, so you can also enjoy communicating with each other and share the experiences of your trips.

Hong Kong user Caroline used airKitchen in Tokyo and left the following comment: “My chance to have cultural exchange with a Japanese host by making Japanese food together in their home was the most memorable part of my trip. I want to make the recipes I learned there again once I get back to Hong Kong!”

Not only going to sightseeing type of places but also cooking Japanese traditional food in ordinary homes give you a great chance to experience Japanese local life.

Travelers can choose their favorite cooking class from the list of unique cooking classes located all over Japan using airKitchen. Hop onto airKitchen and see what’s available on your next trip!

Brush up your Sushi skills with host families in Japan with airKitchen

Post source : airKitchen

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