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Language barriers can make it overwhelming to explore Omicho Market alone. Get the most out of your visit, by discovering the market with a guide to translate, explain what different ingredients are, and help you find the freshest ingredients. Afterwards, enjoy a traditional Kanazawa cooking class—make multiple dishes and best of all, eat them at the end of the class.
Kanazawa is a city famous for their seafood, and locally grown Kaga vegetables. I will teach you how to make temari-sushi using fresh, local ingredients -- colorful sushi that will impress your family and friends! You can customize your toppings, and choose ingredients that you love, and I will show you tips and tricks for making instagram-worthy sushi! After we make our own (and take as many photos as possible!) we'll sit down for a sushi lunch, and a mini-tea ceremony afterwards. This experience includes all ingredients and cooking utensils.
You can choose your favorite kimono from 1500 kimonos and wear it. Not painful at all. There are kimonos for men up to 2 meters and for women up to 186 ㎝ Don't worry if you have large feet. There are Japanese style shoes up to 34㎝. The tea ceremony experience is privately held. You can also experience it in a chair. You can learn the tea ceremony takes place in any atmosphere, procedure, or behavior. If you have any questions, the teacher will answer you if you ask. You can have the experience of drinking the tea that the teacher has put in and make your own matcha.
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