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Upcoming Events

Nippon Viajero will resume classes in Summer of 2023

January 2023

Hola amigos,

Vanessa here. I hope you all had a happy new year. We are excited to announce that we are working on publishing our first cookbook with 50 Mexican recipes! In order to focus on releasing the book this year we are taking a hiatus on the culinary classes until late spring. But don’t worry we are still taking requests for private classes, private chef services, catering, and consulting. Which can be found here.

Ale our Nippon Viajero culinary creative and patisserie will launch her very own baking course in the late spring.

2023 will be full of new adventures and experiences. We will see you soon.

October 2022

Nippon Viajero News

We were invited to the Taco de Oro award ceremony held at the Mexican embassy in Tokyo!

We had the honor to attend the Taco de Oro award ceremony and were recognized by the Mexican Embassy in Japan as an active organization in the community promoting Mexican culture!

We are humbled and give our community many thank yous for the support!

Seasonal Workshops

Available throughout the year

Seasons of Mexico Workshop

This year we launched this Seasons of Mexico Workshop to highlight dishes of Mexico only available during certain celebrations or seasons.

We will cover everything from ceremonial tortillas, pozole, chocolate pairings, and even chile en Nogada.

Grand opening on September 17th 2022. Celebrate the independence of Mexico.

Que viva México cabrones ajuaaa!!!

July 2023

Summer Harvest Workshop

Each year Nippon Viajero strives to connect the community with a small farm / farm lifestyle. This is a unique experience to visit a farm and learn about seasonal crops, planting, farm lifestyle, and how to make a delicious meal with what you have available.

Next session will be Summer 2023

*pictured is the 2nd annual workshop at the Himitsu Noen in Akiya, Uenohara

July/August 2023

Chiles & Antojitos Workshop

This year we launched the new and improved version of Chiles and Antojitos Workshop. Where you can learn all about Mexican chiles and its various preparations and where to source them in Japan.

We also cover one of Mexico’s favorite craving or appetizer known as the sope. A masa preparation shaped like a small bowl. Topped off with delicious ingredients and salsa. Could it be that this is how the taco bowl was born?

Next session will be Summer 2023

March/April 2023

Conchas & Champurrado Baking Class

The baking history of Mexico is so rich of culture and interesting facts. The evolution and journey that these old cooking techniques endured is mind blowing and it was so beautiful being able to research not only recipes and baking techniques, but also share a part of my childhood with you. Thank you all who joined the Conchas Baking Class. This will be part of our course and will be available during March and April months.