Comburger Cooking - The Most Unique Experience in Shinjuku Tokyo


Name: Comburger Cooking Experience

Phone: 81-90-9397-8944

Nearest Station: JR Shinjuku Station East Exit

Open Hour: 10:30AM - 01:00PM (Morning), 06:00PM - 08:30PM (Evening) 

Close: N.A

Price Range: 6,500 Yen (Approximately 60 USD)

Credit Card: Available for booking

Seats: Maximum 4 guests

Recommended: Temaki Sushi and Rice Baga



In this class, you will be able to: 

1. meet new interesting local friend (Mr. Sato).  

2. learn about Japanese food and understand how they are processed.  

3. have fun with everyone in the class chit chatting while cooking. 

4. eat delicious Japanese food you have cooked of your own (making stuff of your own makes it so special!).  

5. take fun pictures of your class to remember one new experience in Japan. 


* Please keep in mind that the host needs at least 24 hours before starting the class to prepare the food.  Therefore, you may not be able to take his class if you try to book it too close.  Thank you for your understanding.  

Perhaps, anyone who has visited Japan before once or twice has a favorite restaurant to enjoy their special local food in Tokyo.  A great place in Asakusa to have exceptional tempura after visiting Sensoji temples, an excellent pork bone based ramen shop at Ramen Street in Tokyo Station, or maybe a small gem shop in Tsukiji to enjoy their super fresh sushi at 5AM in the morning.  The local food and places where you and your partner can experience to have the precious time together.  


So here is an idea to enjoy Japanese local food from a different aspect today.  


Since you want to experience "more" about Japanese food and localness, why don't you cook Japanese food of your own at Comburger where it is located at the heart of Shinjuku?  


We would like to think Comburger cooking class as a hidden gem of experiencing something new in Tokyo.  A small cooking class held at a very local apartment in the center of Shinjuku led by Mr. Sato, who we call him “Sensei”, is an expert of cooking Japanese local food.  Mr. Sato is a great teacher indeed who is also super fluent in English, apparently because he used to live in the U.S for 4 years in the past.  If our friends could describe him in 3 words, they would be “funny”, “knowledgeable”, and “reliable”.  


What makes this cooking class so great is that you can experience its pure localness in a local apartment in Shinjuku by having enjoyable chat with a local friend.  Furthermore, what Mr. Sato teaches us to cook is just exceptional as if you could hardly believe that it was actually cooked by you at first!  That's how delicious the food is, or perhaps because of his magical recipe, we should say :-)  

Our recommendation menu is Temaki Sushi which is a self hand rolled sushi you make of your own, often enjoyed at homes by the Japanese families in a party style.  And what makes this Temaki Sushi so fun is that you can make your own combinations of the favorite ingredients such as salmon + vegetables + mayonaise, scallops + lemon + vegetables, natto + vegetables + cheese, and so on.  Not only that, you can even put fried chicken, sausages, teriyaki beef instead of just rolling typical fish and vegetables with the rice, because it is simply what makes Temaki Sushi so creative and enjoyable :-)   Sometimes it may be fun to have sushi of your own instead of having real sushi prepared by the professionals served at restaurants! 

Another recommendation menu at Comburger is this unique rice burger or “Rice Baga” we should say which may sound a bit Western, but it is actually made of Japanese rice with full of Japanese vegetables and ingredients that you can never find in your country.  It takes you more than 1 hour to make this Rice Baga that may look quite simple in a picture, but it actually has a very sophisticated process of making one as similar to how typical Japanese traditional food are processed.  

Once you taste this food?  The flavors of the ingredients have soaked right through the rice bans that gives you a perfect match with the specially stir fried vegetables that are sandwiched in between.  The great burdock, so called Japanese Gobou, was doing a great job in giving accent to this mind blowing food.   Every bite is a pleasure to remember.  The miso soup, on the other hand, that has full of healthy vegetables and ingredients inside is also a top notch. Even if this is a familiar local soup that you may see anywhere in Japan, you are making this amazing thing of your own by spending so much time in processing, and believe it or not, it really wows you with every sip!  

Every time at Comburger with Mr Sato, after doing “Itadakimasu!” with everyone at the table before the meal, you will be shocked at a first bite that makes you completely speechless.  Why?  Because it is sooooo good!  

Thanks to Mr. Sato's magical recipe!  We have nothing but praises for this unique class that has full of local experiences and excellent food that completely blew our mind.  


What we also love most about this class other than its exquisite offerings, is the room that is effortlessly unique and a cozy place to dine in with wonderful Japanese music to be paired.  Comburger has a venue that works perfectly for both lunch and dinner with your friends, families, and couples.  


In addition to that, what makes it easier for attending this class is that you don't have to bring anything.  The aprons, the towels, etc, will be prepared by the Comburger.  So just bring YOU along nice and safe and make sure you'll be there on time!  It will be a good 7 minute walk with Mr. Sato from the station to the cooking studio while you can also enjoy the short walking tour of Golden Gai by him! 


Last but not least, Picrumb, one of the best foodie websites of more than 2,000 foreign guests visiting everyday, would proudly like to introduce Comburger for your unique experience in Japan that you will never forget!

How to meet Mr. Sato on the day?

Get off at JR Shinjuku Station East Exit.  Go upstairs by following the signboard that says "For Kabukicho".  As soon as you step outside, Mr. Sato will be standing right in front of KOBAN (police station) with a "COMBURGER" placard. 


If you applied for Morning class, please be there @ 10:30AM.

If you applied for Evening class, please be there @ 6:00PM.


Picture Guide to Meet Mr. Sato

Comburger Menu

There are other menu available as below if you want to cook something else besides Rice Baga with Mr. Sato. 

Temaki Sushi ¥6,500
Temaki Sushi ¥6,500


A self hand rolled sushi you make of your own, often enjoyed at homes by the Japanese families in a party style!

Rice Baga ¥6,500
Rice Baga ¥6,500


This is gonna be one of your favorite Japanese food ever! It's very very kawaii food!


You will cook 2 more items besides rice burger!



Is this really Japanese food? Yes it is. KATSUSAND is Japanese cutlet sandwich.


You will cook 3 more items besides KATSUSAND.



It's our Soul food! Feel the wind blowing from INDIA through ENGLAND in TOKYO.


You'll cook 2 more items.

DONBURI ¥6,500
DONBURI ¥6,500


Put your love and soul in a bowl!


You will cook 2 to 3 more items besides DONBURI.

KARA-AGE & BEER ¥6,500
KARA-AGE & BEER ¥6,500


KARA-AGE is Japanese fried chicken. KARA-AGE loves BEER and vice versa. You would experience new Japan! Let's make many kinds of dip sauce for KARA-AGE!



Is this really Japanese food? Yes it is. KATSUSAND is Japanese cutlet sandwich.


You will cook 3 more items besides KATSUSAND.



Let’s make standard Japanese combination meal! When you eat, you are already Japanese.


You will cook 4 to 5 items in a class.



TONJIRU is Japanese gorgeous MISO SOUP!


You'll cook 3 more items!

Gyoza ¥6,500
Gyoza ¥6,500


GYOZA is Japanese pot sticker. You will love GYOZA and GYOZA will love you too.


You will cook 3 more items besides GYOZA!

Yakisoba ¥6,500
Yakisoba ¥6,500


YAKISOBA is the most popular Japanese fried noodle. We often eat it @ food booth in Japanese festival.


You will cook 3 more items besides YAKISOBA.

・Total distance: 50m, 1 mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Shinjuku Station, East Entrance

・Steps to follow : 1 - 4

1. Let's start your way from Shinjuku Station East Entrance.  

2. Facing the East Entrance ticket gate, turn around and walk straight for 10m.  

3. You will find stairs to your left.  Go upstairs.  

4. After taking the stairs and go outside, you will find a KOBAN (police station) to your right.  Mr. Sato will be waiting for you there!  


Enjoy your unique experience at Comburger!

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