“Any Time New Year” program

Let's have an interesting Japanese culture! “Osechi” is one of “Washoku” traditional Japanese cuisine. “Washoku” was added to UNESCO’s Intangilbe Cultural Heritage list in 2013. “Osechi” is the special traditional cuisine for the New Year’s Day. We also call it “osechi-ryori”. Its dishes are packed beautifully in layers of lacquer boxes called “jubako”. The kinds of osechi-ryori dishes prepared at Japanese homes vary from region to region. Each dish that makes up osechi-ryori has a special meaning such as good luck, happiness , health, wealthy, long life, good harvest, prosperity, and so on. For example, prawns represent long life, kuromame(cooked sweet black beans) mean health, tazukuri(sweet fried sardines) to a good harvest and kurikinton(sweet chestnuts and mashed sweet potato) to happiness. Traditionally people finish preparing osechi dishes by New Year’s Eve so that they have food for a couple of days.


TV clues came to my house!
Washokuju-Sakura was introduced by Tokai TV program"News One". Famous TV anchor came to experience "Any Time New Year Program". Thankfully he and I enjoyed a lot

Online local B-class gourmet cooking ”Gohei Mochi"

Welcome to this online cooking class. This classroom will teach you how to make B-class gourmet foods from all over Japan. This time, it is a B-class gourmet of Hida Takayama and Shirakawa-go, which are popular spots in Japan.

It is a dish using rice. Make two kinds of sauces and enjoy each taste. In addition, we will prepare egg soup using a simple bonito-based soup stock.

Learn about the ingredients, share cooking tips, and step by step how to make everything with local cookware. It only takes about 40 minutes to prepare a dish. I want you to learn recipes that are easy to make with seasonings used at home. When you're done, eat the food you cooked together.

<Menu> ・ Gohei mochi (walnut sauce, soy sauce sauce), Soup with Beaten Egg


  1. Make Japanese B-class gourmet with detailed demonstrations by friendly online instructors!
  2. Make dishes using various tools and ingredients.


1.5 hours online class B gourmet (Gohei mochi) cooking class

Recipe (provided before class)


Materials for making your own tableware and cooking utensils.

Meeting place and meeting time:

This cooking class is held online. We will send you a class zoom in advance.

Prepare the following materials for this class:

Ingredients: 1 person ・ Rice: 600g (2 cups of rice before cooking) ・ Walnut 60g ・ Granule soup stock ・ 1 egg ・ Spinach 50g ・ 8 disposable chopsticks

Sugar / salt / soy sauce / sake / miso / potato starch or cornstarch


Deep-fried Shrimp Rice ball Bento Making Class


Welcome to this online bento making experience from Nagoya City, which is located in the center of Japan.

We will make a bento with shrimp Tempura rice ball ( Tenmusu), pretty formed rolled omelet and sausages.

Have you ever heard of Tenmusu?
It is a kind of rice ball with shrimp tempura.
Tenmusu is known as one of local cuisine of Nagoya.
It  still tastes good even if it's  a little cold,
so it's perfect for bento.
Why don't you enjoy making your own boxed lunch.

Seasonal Japanese Cuisine


Why dont' you try making Japanese traditional dishes with healthy fermented seasonings (soy souce, miso, vinegar etc.).



  1. Rolled Beaf with Okra
  2. Saikyo-yaki of Salmon
  3. Rolled Omelet
  4. Rice Balls with Tsukudani of Shirasu
  5. Miso-soup of the Season
  6. Basic Dashi stock

Grandma's Nagoya Cuisine

Why don't you try making Nagoya's toraditional dishes with healthy fermented seasonings (soy sauce, miso, vinegar etc.) from Aichi Prefecture.

You can also make Raindrop Jelly  for dessert and matcha to go with dessert.
  1. Rice Balls with  Deep-fried Shrimp (Tenmusu)
  2. Kishimen Noodles
  3. Sauteed Miso Marinated Chicken
  4. Thick rolled egg Omelet (Atsuyaki-tamago)
  5. Spinach with Sesame Seeds
  6. Basic Dashi stock
  7. Matcha & Raindrop Jelly