Japanese Cooking Salon inwei

We provide Japanese private cooking class in English in Tokyo.


From Japanese daily home cooking menu to party menu, you can learn varieties of Japanese recipes.

At the same time, of fourse, you're able to acquire basic skills of Japanese cooking.


We hope we could introduce you the deep essence of Japanese cuisine !


Class details :

  • First, please let us hear your request and basically, we build up lesson plan with you including  menu and time.

  • Example 1 : Sushi class includes Temari Nigiri Sushi and Roll Sushi. Besides sushi dishes 1 seasonal appetizer, 1 meat or fish dish and Miso soup are also included.

  • Example 2: Vegetable Sushi class includes Vegetable Temari Nigiri Sushi and Roll Sushi. Besides Sushi dishes 1 seasonal appetizer, 1 Tofu main dish and Miso soup with vegetable stock are also included.

  • We are able to provide varieties of menu from traditional to modern Japanese dishes.

  • We also have varieties of vegetarian menu.

  • As a gift, everyone attends our class can have our special recipe book which has all the recipe on our menu.
  • Optional service such as Tsukiji market tour or Japanese sweet lessons are also available. 

  • Reservation is required for each class..

  • Fee:
    1 person : 15000 Yen.
    2 people : @10000 Yen
    3 people : @8000 Yen
    4 people ~ :@7000 Yen

  • Salon is 5 minutes by walk from Gakugeidaigaku or Denenchofu station.
    (Both places are on Tokyu Toyoko Line. 20 minutes from Shibuya and Roppongi area. Salon address will be infromed when the reservation is completed.)


For more information, please check "Lesson Shcedule".


< Cancell policy >


Cancellation between 3 to 6 days prior the class : 70% of lesson fee

Cancellation between of 2 days to 1 day prior the class : 100% of lesson fee


Make your reservation.

If you have any questions, please conact us. 



Sushi Class

Vegetable Sushi class

About us :

A unit of friendly mother and daughter welcome you with homely atmosphere.


Yasuyo (mother) was used to run her own Chinese tea salon “inwei’ near from Komazawa Park, Tokyo until 2006 and served original Kaiseki Ryori, Japanese traditional menus with Chinese tea. Her salon was picked up by many magazines and TV shows. 

Masayo (daughter), while she had a career in business field, she helped her mothers’ salon and learned cooking skills.