What you'll do
Taimeiken was established in 1931, a Western-style Japanese restaurant pioneer that specializes in Japan's western fusion cuisine. Let's learn how to make Japanese "omu-rice," rice omelet! I'll start with a brief overview of the history of my restaurant and give insight into how my family has pioneered western fusion cuisine in Japan. The main dish of this experience is making your own perfect omu-rice! I will provide you with all of the cooking tools. We'll start our class with a welcome drink. Then, choose which omu-rice to make: regular or extra-fluffy! You will get the chance of trying the other kind and compare which one you like better. I'd also like to tickle your taste buds with other dishes from my menu: an assortment of 9 different vegetables, coffee, and a dessert.
Omelet, tasting dishes
Hiroshi Supported By Gurunavi
I'm a 3rd generation of my family restaurant, Taimeiken. It was established in 1931 and has been in a famous Japanese movie. The signature dish is Omu-rice and has been featured in many TVs, newspapers, magazines, and articles. I have many hobbies. I am a chef, surfer, car racer, and kite boarder.
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Where you'll be
We will meet at my restaurant, located in Nihonbashi. It is just north of Ginza and northeast of Marunouchi and Tokyo Station.
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Up to 4 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
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Guests need to inform in advance if you have any diet restrictions.
Food & Drink
Famous Japanese Soul Food - Rice Omlet