Sapporo Ramen 101

August 8, 2015 @ 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Daikaya Ramen
705 6th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20001
Continuing the already popular​ and often sold out ‘Sapporo Ramen 101’ ​lecture, demo, and tasting experiences hosted atDaikaya Ramen (First Floor Ramen Shop – 705 6th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001; Phone: (202) 589-1600;; @DaikayaDC) partners Executive Chef Katsuya Fukushima and Daisuke Utagawa are teaming up​ yet​ again to educate and satiate scores of local​ Sapporo​ ramen lovers by announcing their next date to host the educational and engaging experience – Saturday, August 8th – with possible additional dates offered later in the month – for their interactive live culinary lecture, demo, and tasting sharing the intricate history and background of making authentic Japanese Sapporo ramen. 
Priced at $28 per person (tax and gratuity not included), each ‘Sapporo Ramen 101’ experience begins at 10AM, and lasts an hour, ending at 11AM. Guests are greeted with a detailed document providing them with the step-by-step process of making authentic Japanese/Sapporo ramen, are invited to take a seat at the ramen counter, and are then provided with an up close and personal history of ramen including demos, and tastings. 
Although the ‘Sapporo Ramen 101’ is not a traditional hands-on cooking class, the experience invites attendees to taste, touch, smell, listen, and learn as Fukushima and Utagawa demo each crucial step in the​ Japanese Sapporo​ ramen making process from creating the base for the broth, to the toppings, and even how to eat the signature noodle soup. In order to ensure a personable experience, a maximum of 10 tickets are available per class.
At the end of each class, guests will enjoy a bowl of their favorite Sapporo-style ramen along with a complimentary soft drink, and will also walk away with a mini goody bag filled with Japanese treats and Daikaya Ramen branded goodies.
Reservations are required to attend the class and can be secured by calling (202) 589-1600. Follow Daikaya on twitter @Daikayadc and on Facebook at



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