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Handmade miso experience

Rated 5.0 out of 5 from 5 reviews.Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto, Japan

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Experience hosted by Naomi

60 mins
Includes food, equipment
Up to 4 people
Hosted in English, Japanese

What you'll do

◎You can enjoy making handmade miso and bring it home(about 500g).
◎Our dishes are gluten-free , MSG-free and vegan dishes. We use koji seasoning, traditional natural seasoning in Japan.
◎Thorough our experience, you can learn zen philosophy and how to lead wellness lifestyle both physically and mentally.
◎You can enjoy the experience in the historical Samurai house built 300 years ago.

Please come here on reservation time.
①I explain about miso, the benefits and how to make miso.
②I talk about the intestinal environment.
The way of improving our intestine environment.
③Let's make soy pulp miso!!
The way of making our miso is special!!
Very easy and faster and good for environment.
(We have to store our handmade miso more than three months for fermentation.)
④Please try miso tasting.
miso soup, miso spread, soy pulp mochi(it tastes like rice cake. )
Soy pulp is leftover of making tofu.
⑤Finished!! You can bring back your handmade miso home.
(Please store it for more than three months in the room temperature.)

6〜15 years old guests are only miso tasting.
But if they want to make it by themselves, it costs more2500yen.
(Only miso tasting. 1000yen)
(Makingmiso . 3500yen)
Please make the payment on that day.
◎You can enjoy making handmade miso and bring it home(about 500g).
◎Our dishes are gluten-free , MSG-free and vegan dishes. We use koji seasoning, traditional natural seasoning in Japan.
◎Thorough our experience, you can learn zen philosophy and how to lead wellness lifestyle both physically and mentally.
◎You can enjoy the experience in the historical Samurai house built 300 years ago.

Please come here on reservation t…

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What's included

  • Food
    ・miso soup
    ・soy pulp mochi(It's like a rice cake) with miso spread
  • Equipment
    We prepare the utensils for making miso class.
From ₹3,611
/ person
Sat, 24 Oct
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
₹3,611 per person
₹3,611 per person
Mon, 26 Oct
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
₹3,611 per person
₹3,611 per person
Wed, 28 Oct
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
₹3,611 per person
₹3,611 per person

Meet your host, Naomi

Host on Airbnb since 2019
  • 5 Reviews
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Hello, thank you for looking.
My name is Naomi.
I'm a massage therapist for 18 years.
Sometime, I'm a Japanese tea instructor in the Kyoto samurai house.
I'm interested in leading wellness lifestyle both physically and mentally, so through my experience, I hope to enjoy cooking, eating and learning together.

This time, I want to enjoy making miso class together.
Miso is Japanese traditional fermented seasoning.
Miso is rich in nutrients and very useful ingredient in the kitchen.
Traditionally, miso is made from whole soybeans but we make it using soy pulp so you can make it easier and quicker!!
Though soy pulp is healthy food and rich in nutrients , it is disposed of as industrial waste!!
This is an effective use.
Very friendly seasoning both people and environment, soy pulp miso.
Why don't you make it together?
Hello, thank you for looking.
My name is Naomi.
I'm a massage therapist for 18 years.
Sometime, I'm a Japanese tea instructor in the Kyoto samurai house.
I'm interested in leading wellness lifestyle both physically and mentally, so through my experience, I hope to enjoy cooking, eating and learning together.

This time, I want to enjoy making miso class together.
Miso is Japanese traditional fermented seasoning.
Miso is rich in nutrients and very usef…
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Where you'll be

We enjoy this class in Samurai house.
The samurai house is very old residence built about 300 years ago!!
The samurai had lived here and protect the famous temple called "West-Hongwanji"(Nishi-Hongwanji).
10 minutes walk from Kyoto Station.
One street west from Nishinotoin Streetand two street east from Horikawa Street.It is on Higashi Nakasuji Street. About 50M north from Shichijo Street.

Rated 5.0 out of 5 from 5 reviews.

Qian
February 2020
Naomi is very nice answering our questions during the process. The Samurai House, with beautiful decoration, is a perfect place to experience Japanese culture. We had a great time, even our kids enjoying it.
Cinthya
January 2020
Una experiencia muy linda, el lugar donde preparas la sopa es mágica , Naomi explica todos los detalles, una experiencia diferente.
Agneta
January 2020
I recommend this experience to everyone interested in food and culture. Naomi was really sweet and so helpful. I can see myself coming back in the future. Ookini!
Garth
January 2020
What a different and wonderful way to spend an hour. Naomi was charming, very knowledgeable, and a pleasure to spend time with. Interesting use of soy pulp and how to use it making miso.
Ryan
January 2020
Had a great time learning to make miso and mochi with Naomi in a great venue!

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Cancellation policy

Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 4 guests ages 6 and up can attend. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age.

More tips

Miso is made of soy beans.
But, the people who is allagic to soy beans can also eat it because soybean allergic reduce by fermentation.
We prepare two kinds of miso tasting, miso soup, soy pulp mochi and miso spread.If you are allegic to soybean, you cannot try soy pulp mochi and miso spread.