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This is me with my finished product after the cooking lesson. Nothing beats fresh cooking, as we demonstrated by eating what we made, pretty well straightaway...!
This is our cooking-sensei (that's Japanese for 'teacher') who provided great insights into Japanese cooking and culture. I must confess, to being a little worried at first, but with such wonderully kind teachers, it was a lot easier than I thought and I really enjoyed it - no stress and all fun!
This amazing man was making biscuits at the Nishiki Markets in Kyoto. Watching his skill at his craft was amazing, and you can watch many amazingly talented people as they go about their daily work. A real eye opener.
Nishiki Market is full of wonderful people and characters like this beautiful and kind lady whose stall only sells eggs. The market stall holders are very friendly and will talk to you providing a unique opportunity to learn about Japanese culture.
This tempura was soooo delicious! It's made fresh before your eyes.