Learn to make your very own Japanese style lunchbox (called ‘bento’ in Japanese)! A bento is the classic way to lunch; the Japanese version of the Dutch sandwich-filled lunchbox. A bento can consist of almost anything, from leftovers to gourmet steak, but will generally include a combination of rice, fish or meat, and vegetables.
In this workshop you will not only learn to make a few of the ‘standard’ bento fillings, but also how to arrange them in such a way as to turn them into a true work of art! The so-called ‘charaben’, a mix of ‘character’ and ‘bento’, has grown in popularity in the last few years. Because why make a ‘regular’ bento if you can make one that looks like a popular character such as Pikachu, Hello Kitty or Totoro?
Curious to find out how to achieve this? Then join the workshop and find out!
Time: daily at 11:00 pm (Amsterdam time), on request basis
Duration: circa 1-2 hours
Number of participants: 1 – 8 participants
Minimum age: 3 years old
Type of tour: online workshop
Requirements: ingredients and cooking tools (full list of requirements will be sent beforehand)
* If the activity cannot be held due to host unavailability, we will contact you (to reschedule or refund if preferred).
Please note we cannot process new bookings during the weekend, due to office opening hours. Any bookings made in the weekend will be processed the following Monday.