“Umeboshi (pickeled Japanese plums), usually eaten with rice, is considered to be a kind of Japanese soul food. Please come and join Savory Japan’s cooking class where you will actually have the opportunity to make your own “umeboshi.” There's nothing hard to it. Ripe plums, salt and red perilla leaves are all it takes. Ms. Yukiko Hayashi will demonstrate how to make exquisite “umeboshi.” Please join us!
★Date and time: June 25 (Sat), 2016 12:00pm〜4:00pm (doors open at 11:30am)
*Please note that this class will be held on Saturday
★Venue: Tsukishima Shakai Kyouiku Kaikan, 4F Cooking class
★Participation Fee: 7,500 yen per person (tax included)
* also includes fee for recipes, ingredients, container for the umeboshi, and a light meal)
*Please pay when you arrive at the door
・Each participant will be making 1 kg of “umeboshi.” Since it takes some time after salting the Japanese plums for the plum vinegar to come out and to add the red perilla leaves, the participants will take home the Japanese plums and the red perilla leaves that have been prepared in advanced, separately.
- We will also be making a juice using red perilla leaves
- Ms. Yukiko Hayashi will share with the class interesting facts about “umeboshi” while the participants eat a light meal.
１）Please fill in the registration form
２）After registration has been completed, we will send you a confirmation email
＊Registration deadline is 11:00am on June 22 (Wed)
＊For all cancellations after the deadline, 100% of the fee will be charged.
★Class size：20 participants
★Registration and cancellation deadline: 11:00am on June 22 (Wed)
★What to bring: Apron, writing utencils, a sturdy bag for the “umeboshi” and container (the container is ceramic, so along with the umeboshi, it will weigh approximately 2kg.)
※For all cancellations after the deadline, 100% of the fee will be charged.
★Please note：Savory Japan announces events through its homepage, Facebook site and Meetup. If the booking is full, we many need to put you on our waiting list. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Instructor: Ms. Yukiko Hayashi
Also known by the nickname “Gout Sensei,” Ms. Yukiko Hayashi produces many original dishes, using scientific analysis and precise techniques.
Even with traditional dishes, she comes up with magical ideas and techniques, bringing out the best of the ingredients.
She attracts fans through her cheerful and friendly character, and not only has she been taken up by the media numerous of times, her cooking classes are very popular and are usually fully booked. She has also published a number of recipe books.