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Transform Your Eating Habits with Miwa's Japanese Cooking Techniques
My course will help busy parents, professionals, and alike to learn how to establish healthy eating habits by teaching the fundamentals of Japanese cooking, meal planning, and meal prepping. I'll teach you how to put in a minimal amount of effort into your cooking but have a high reward and payout at the end. We will work to make these changes into habits so you can enjoy your newfound lifestyle.
Miwa, hailing from the serene Kamakura, is not just a cooking instructor, but a beacon of peace and happiness radiating through Japanese cuisine. Having lived abroad during her high school and university years, first in Texas and later in California, she's beautifully blended her diverse experiences to create a cooking methodology that's both rooted and transformative.
Her journey into the world of Japanese cooking, as a medium of peace, started from a deeply personal space. As a child, Miwa grappled with eczema, a challenge she overcame through her mother's devoted ichiju-sansai cooking – a core tenet that Miwa's Japanese Cooking proudly stands on today. Her own son's skin troubles further underscored for her the invaluable benefits of a healthy diet that traditional Japanese cuisine offers.
The seeds of Miwa's Japanese Cooking Class were sown during her days in Cambridge, UK in 2016. Starting with intimate cooking classes from her own home, she soon became a local favorite, with her classes expanding by sheer word of mouth. 2017 saw her return to Tokyo, and by 2018, Miwa's Japanese Cooking Class was born, aiming to spread the love for Japanese cuisine globally.
Today, as a mother of two, Miwa embodies simplicity yet strength, and a grounded spirit. Her lessons aren't just about cooking, but about instilling the calm, peaceful aura that traditional Japanese meals emanate.
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What a gift Miwa has and is! She is the heart of this experience and gave us such a unique opportunity to have a wonderful conversation, a wonderful meal, and learn a new skill (new ingredients and methods of preparation) that all revolved around our host country. The experience gave us a nice contrast in our travels, a respite from the crowds and the city, as we soaked in the simplicity of a Japanese apartment, the appreciation of the foods and the connection with a local. I cannot recommend this experience highly enough.