Japanese food is more than just sushi and teriyaki chicken. In fact, it’s a very diverse and delicious cuisine. Consider ‘kappo,’ a style of dining in which customers sit at a counter and order directly from the chef, who is cooking just feet away. Now you can learn how to cook traditional kappo dishes in Kyoto. This 3-hour class shows you how to make five or six Japanese dishes. And, best of all, when you pack up your knives and turn off the burners, you eat what you just cooked.
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