Japanese Street Food Cooking Class

Learn to cook traditional Japanese street food in Brisbane.

Japanese chef Byronbay
Japanese chef Byronbay
5.0 (55)
Instagram followers114k

3 hours Class size 4 to 10

label $99 - $142 (Afterpay available)
($99 per Child (10-18 yrs), $142 per Adult. $60 per class surcharge applies for private classes)
Learn about Japan's traditional food culture when you learn to cook traditional Japanese street food and enjoy eating your creations at this Japanese cooking class in Holland Park.
You will learn how to make delicious takoyaki, three types of onigiri, and comfort food tonjiru soup (pork miso soup) while enjoying Japan's traditional food culture.
Don't worry if you're new to cooking or Japanese cuisine, our experienced chef will guide you through the process and make sure you feel confident while cooking.
Takoyaki is one of Japan's best-known street foods. Whether you make a traditional style with bits of octopus or not, these ball-shaped dumplings are fun to make with your friends and family!
Tonjiru soup is a Japanese pork miso soup that is popular year-round. It was featured in the popular Netflix show "Midnight Dinner, " where the chef added his own personal touch to the dish. Tonjiru is a comforting and nostalgic Japanese home-cooked meal that is enjoyed by many.
Highlights of the class include:
  • Making 16 pieces of takoyaki from scratch using a special grill plate that you can eat and take home
  • Small group setting
  • Kids (from 10 years old) are welcome!
Please note:
  • Private class: minimum $400
  • Travel fee: $60
Private class: We are happy to offer a private class where we come to your home to teach. Please note that in addition to the class fee, a travel fee (Ballina $50, Lismore $60) will be charged for private classes. If hiring a venue is necessary, it's also possible, so please inquire about it.
Knowledge required
Beginner-friendly with no prior experience required
What you'll get
  • Takoyaki (16p Octopus balls)
  • 3 types of onigiri (Salmon, Cooked Tuna, Furikake (JP seasonings))
  • Tsukemono (pickled vegetable)
  • Tonjiru soup (Pork vegetable miso soup)
What to bring
  • Apron (not a must)
  • Knife (if you have your own)
  • Drink
  • Takeaway containers
Suitable for

This class is great for a team building activity or hens party.

Suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 10 years old).

An adult must accompany any attending kids, and must pay for a separate ticket.

This experience would also be a unique gift for her or gift for mum.


Holland park Girls guide - 60 Arnold Street, Holland Park QLD

Japanese Street Food Cooking Class location
More about this class

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Your teacher
Japanese chef Byronbay
Japanese chef Byronbay

5.0 (55)
Instagram followers114k

Keita Kujiura is over 15 years experience professional Japanese chef with passion for spreading charms of Japanese cuisine all over the world.
He started learning Japanese cuisine from 18 years old at a long-established restaurant in Japan.It was then when Keita found his passion for cooking and all things kitchen related.
Since 2015 Keita has moved the main base to Australia from Japan and started working as a sushi chef at popular sushi restaurant in Byronbay.
Nowadays, Keita is teaching his skill and knowledge about Japanese cuisine at cooking class and treating locals to dish by private chef.His aim is promoting Japanese food culture for locals.

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