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Get a taste of Japanese cooking from the Japan consulate on Jeju
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▲ Tendon. Photo courtesy Consulate-General of Japan
On Feb. 26, the Consulate-General of Japan in Jeju will provide a free cooking lesson to the public. The lesson will take place on the second floor of Jeju Tourism College at 3 p.m.

Former consulate chief Ishii Fumiyosi (石井 文啓) will demonstrate how to make tendon (a bowl of rice with shrimp and vegetable tempura covered with sauce) and tsumirejiru (a clear soup with balls of fish seasoned with soy sauce).

Anyone who wishes to learn more about Japanese food is invited. Reservations are required. Call the Consulate-General of Japan in Jeju at 064-710-9528.

▲ Tsumirejiru. Photo courtesy Consulate-General of Japan
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