FAQ:

Class is on a first come, first serve basis, so sign up early!
Reservations are taken through PayPal at this site. Please provide both your e-mail address and phone number when checking out at PayPal.

What should I bring to the workshop?
Soba workshop: Head bandana or cap, apron, soft shoes (no open toe sandles), dish towel, a Tupperware to take home your handmade soba.
Japanese home cooking workshops - your kitchen knife, Head bandana or cap, apron, soft shoes (no open toe sandles), dish towel, a Tupperware to take home your handmade soba.

When is the workshop?
You can get a full glance of the classes on the Calendar.
For a full description of each classes, hit the title of the class and it will take you to that particular workshop.

How do I enroll in the workshop?
Please pay on line. We have set up PayPal. Allow 48 hours for the payment to clear. If you wish to pay by check, please call Sonoko Sakai at 310-600-4263 and arrange for payment.

What should I know before coming to the workshop?
Please read the class policy and agree to the terms before you sign on.

What is the minimm number of people required for the workshop?
We need four people to start each workshop. If there is not enough people, we may ask you to move to another workshop or location or you may get a full refund.

What if I need to cancel the workshop?
If you give us written notice seven days before the day of the class, we will give you a full refund or apply the credit to another class. If you pass the seven days, then the money is non-refundable.

If I have never made soba before, would that be a problem?
No, you will learn the basics in soba making and be able to make your own handmade noodles.


If you have any other questions regarding the workshops, please contact below:
US: Sonoko Sakai by e-mail: sonokosakai@gmail.com, Tel: 310-600-4263 or see www.commongrains.com
Japan: Akila Inouye by e-mail: akila.inouye@gmail.com, soba.specialist.co.jp

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