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Class duration : 4h00
Age Requirements : 10 and older
Maximum Guests : 4
Minimum Guests : 3
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The class will be held when the minimum number of people signup. We may cancel the class if we don’t have enough people. In that case we will refund the full amount.

Dietary Information

Allergens in the menu: egg, shrimp, wheat, soybeans, sesame

We would welcome you contacting us before booking to check on the suitability of ingredients used in the menu if you have any dietary requirements.
Otherwise, please inform us of any dietary requests on booking. If we do not get prior notice we cannot amend arrangements.

Juicy and crunchy fried gyoza can be a main meal as well as a great appetizer for your next party.

Everybody loves Gyoza, Japanese dumping!
When I ask my friends from overseas, ‘what is your favorite Japanese food?’, they say ‘Gyoza!!’
Sushi and tempura are no more no.1 Japanese cuisine for foreigners!
I was kind of surprised and a little upset. As this yummy food originally derives from China.
Well, most of the Japanese people recognize gyoza as ‘Japanese’ though, or maybe ‘half Japanese and half Chinese’. We Japanese tend to accept foreign culture into ourselves and create our own new style. In China, boiled and steamed dumplings are very popular but you don’t see many pan-fried dumplings. Here in Japan, almost all gyoza are pan-fried.
You will find many gyoza restaurants in Japan but for me, it is a taste of home. My mom often made gyoza with fresh ingredients. I enjoyed putting the filling in the skins with my mom and sister.

In this class, we are making several kinds of Gyoza using two types of gyoza skins (wrappers). One from a shop and the other one you are making it yourself from scratch!
I think gyoza skin is widely available in local supermarkets around the world nowadays but if you know how to make it yourself, you won’t walk around the town looking for it. And they taste better and are so much more elastic and easier to work with a filling.

You will learn how to make gyoza skin and a filling, technique about putting the filling in the dough, and preparing several kinds of dipping sauce that works well together with gyoza.
You can use your new skills back home to show your family and friends!

*Basic gyoza consists of pork meat and some vegetables as filling but we can make vegetable gyoza upon request, and for those who do not eat pork, we will use chicken 🙂


  • Just bring yourself! Aprons are available for free.
  • No need to clean up.
  • Children aged 6 and older are counted as separate participants. If you like to bring children under 6 years old to your class, we recommend you to book a private class. Thank you for your understanding.
  • Take-away is possible except for raw food, but management outside of the classroom is requested by yourself and we are not responsible for any trouble on hygiene. Please bring your own takeaway container, ice cooler, etc.
  • Price includes lesson, all ingredients, printed recipes and the listed number of drinks.

Cancellation Policy

  • 2 weeks prior to the booked date : full refund
  • 13 days to 4 days week prior to the booked date : 50% refund
  • 3 days prior to the booked date : no refund
  • No show : no refund

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