KLM Japanese Cooking Class Experience

KLM Atsuko's Kitchen Japanese Cooking Class

KLM Atsuko’s Kitchen Japanese Cooking Class

To celebrate the increasing of some  routes to Japan, KLM invited a few bloggers to attend a Japanese home style cooking class run by Atsuko’s Kitchen.

In addition to learning (and getting to eat) some amazing food, I also learnt that KLM offer a busy schedule of flights to Japan:

  • Fukuoka: three weekly flights, departing from across the UK and connecting via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. From Summer 2014, frequencies will increase to four weekly flights
  • Tokyo: 11 weekly flights
  • Osaka:7 weekly flights

The other bloggers at the event were EyeFlare, Mums Do Travel, Gohemian Travellers, An unfamiliar Sky, I Want you to Know, Jenography, London UnattachedRachel Phipps

In the class we learnt to make a range of local dishes that included Mizutaki nabe, Suko zuzhi, Buta no kakuni and Hitomoji guru-guru

The best way of explaining how much fun the session was and how good the food was is to do it with some of the pictures I took through the session! To try the food yourself why not fly KLM to Japan and go on on of the classes run by Atsuko!

Beans to nibble on as starter

Beans to nibble on as starter

Yakatori Chicken nibbles - my favourite!

Yakatori Chicken nibbles – my favourite!

Learning the finer points of Japanese cooking from Atsuko

Learning the finer points of Japanese cooking from Atsuko

Suko zushi - mega large sushi !

Suko zushi – mega large sushi !

Buta no kakuni - braised pork belly

Buta no kakuni – braised pork belly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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