Japanese Cuisine Made Easy to Learn − You can cook it , too.
They say Cuisine is a crucial part of culture of a country. Yes, you can feel and touch a
part of Japanese culture by taking Japanese dishes at restaurants or served by some others. However, should you be able to cook them by yourself, I am more than sure that you can experience the most essential part of the Japanese culture.
While I was a student in France, I was invited to French families where I enjoyed eating their dishes and even learned how to cook them. This experience was most moving. Thus, I have become a firm believer that I can provide the similar opportunities to house wives or the ladies of expatriates staying in Tokyo by forming a small scale cooking room. The dishes to be learned are Japanese cuisine and the combination with Japanese food as a central theme. Taking from the essence of Japanese hospitability being a tea ceremony, a meal a la kaiseki or Zen Buddhism, I have named the cooking room as La Table de Zen.
You are invited to my house and a few classmates try to learn the Japanese cuisine together. For detail, please open the relevant sections as follows.