Welcome to Japan! Are you satisfied with just “shopping and food tasting” during your stay?  If you love eating japanese food,why don't you learn how to cook japanese home cooking?Join Tsukiji Cooking.

We have just opened the cooking class next to tsukiji fish market.

       Tsukiji cooking Opening celebration

          ・27th/12/2013 9:30-12:00 

          ・28th/12/2013 9:30-12:00

      ☆☆☆☆☆ Special discount ☆☆☆☆☆☆

       6,000Yen(ex.tax)   4,000Yen(ex.tax)


      We have just opened the cooking class next to tsukiji fish market,

             【Profile of the cooking teacher】

                Ms.Yoko Mishima

Ms. Yoko Mishima studied cooking, confectionery, and bread baking at Le Cordon Bleu Kobe.

After graduation, she continues as a lecturer while she assists cooking experts of Kansai and chefs of a famous restaurant.

She studies under Mr. Yoshitaka Shimizu, the chef de cuisine of Michelin star awarded restaurant, "Ajikitcho" located in Shinsaibashi, Osaka. Mr. Shimizu is now an owner of “Ajishomou”.

Chef, food education coach, Japanese food producer, and licensed food master for athletes.

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- Schedule: ・27/12/2013 9:30-12:00   ・28/12/2013 9:30-12:00


         ・Start: 9:30-11:00

         ・Meal time: 11:00-11:45(12:00)


-Address: 6-27-3 3F Tsukiji, Chūō-ku, Tokyo, Japan

-Price: 6,000Yen(ex.tax) → 4,000Yen(ex.tax) per person

※Opening special discount

-Capacity:15 persons

-3food items

Kanto-style “Osumashi Zōni

Zōni is a soup containing mochi rice cake as the main ingredient. This dish is eaten the most on New Year ’s Day in Japan. The preparation of zōni varies both by household and region.


Tempura is a Japanese delicacy consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep fried. Batter is a mixture of egg, water and flour.


Sashimi is a Japanese dish which is a very fresh raw meat or fish sliced into thin pieces. It is served with a dipping sauce like soy sauce or miso vinegar, garnished with wasabi paste or grated fresh ginger.

How to register

-Applicants must make reservations in advance.

-Same day registration is permitted, subject to availability.

Check here to register.

Welcome to Japan!

Are you satisfied with only eating and shopping?

TSUKIJI COOKING welcomes people as follows;

-Not fully satisfied with “just eating” delicious Japanese cuisines.

-Looking for a unique Japanese experience to enhance your trip!

-Always thought of learning how to cook traditional Japanese cuisines, including home dishes.

-Hoping to recreate an authentic Japanese food when you go back.

TSUKIJI COOKING can offer you;

-A convenient location

We are located in next to tsukiji fish market. Make an extra stop to participate in class when you are sightseeing in the city.

-Learn in English

Don’t speak Japanese? No problem! Japanese/English interpreter will attend classes.

-So fresh!

We will use the food materials fresh from Tsukiji Market.

We aim to have a bonding relationship between students and teachers.

Why don’t you join us and cook a delicious dish, try it, and have social fun time?

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What is Tukiji Market?

Tsukiji market opened in 1935, when the fish market in Nihonbashi and the vegetable market in Kyobashi were moved.

It is the wholesale market for seafood and vegetables which has the oldest history of the 11 Central Wholesale Markets in Tokyo.

The supply zone extends to the nearby prefectures in Kanto Area as well as Tokyo. It is one of the world's largest markets for marine products in particular and plays a role as a quoted market of Japan.

※A quoted market means a market with the power to form prices as reference to trade at other markets.

Dec 27 - Dec 28, 2013
[ Fri ] - [ Sat ]
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM JST
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Tsukiji Cooking 28th/12/2013-am9:30-12:00 SOLD OUT ¥4,200
Venue Address
東京都中央区築地6-27-3 3F
≪Address≫6 Chome-27-3 3F Tsukiji, Chūō-ku, Tokyo, Japan Japan
≪Access≫①Toei Oedo Line 【Tsukijishijo】Station 1-minute walk
②Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line【Tsukiji】Station 1-minute walk