Handmade udon noodle making experience workshop class at IRICOSKY in Osaka, Japan

Experience udon making in Osaka with your kids or friends!

Udon is a very popular and traditional food in Japan.
At IRICOSKY, you learn how to make udon from scratch with the instructor born at Kagawa-prefecture where is known for “SANUKI UDON” – most famous udon in Japan. Why don’t we make Udon together and eat it?

(The class will take two and a half hours long.)

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The ingredients of udon are simple: flour, salt, and water.
Making udon is simple too: mix the ingredients, step on the dough (!), spread, and cut. That is the all of udon making, and you are fun through the lesson.
You will have a good time whether with kids, with friends, or alone.

You make udon noodle for 4 servings per one group. Of course, you can eat your udon right then there cooking by yourself in KAMA-AGE style!

The instructor is not so good at English, but we believe you will enjoy the class. It’s a lot of fun!

The columns written by the guest
Cooking classes can dish out plenty of culture bites” on The Japan Times by Mr. JASON JENKINS (SEP 17, 2017)
How to Make Udon Noodles: Cooking Japanese Food with Kids” another column also by Mr. JASON JENKINS (SEP 17, 2017)

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The number under the time (right side if with PC) is the number of groups available to reserve.
Click the number, the screen will change to the application form.

The class takes two and a half hours long, and each group is for up to four people. One slot constitutes 4 groups (up to sixteen people.)
The venue is not large. If all participants are adults, you will feel narrow.

May, 2020
April, 2020

Bookable on the day!

Discounts (-¥300)

  • Group discounts (after 2nd grouos)

Come again discounts

  • Repeater: -¥300
  • Repeat 3times: -¥500
  • Repeat 4times: -¥800

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Details of the Udon making class

Starting time

Starts at 10 a.m., 14 p.m. Everyday.
Please arrive at our shop 15 minutes before class starts.

Other guests may join the same slot. Please don’t make other guests wait.
Holds every day, but occasionally absent. Be sure to make a reservation.
The class will take two and a half hours long.
If you late more than 10 minutes after class started, we will cancel your reservation and will charge the cancellation fee.

Participation fee

Class fee
Class basic fee: 6,000JPY / one group
Adult: 1,000JPY / one person
Child: 800JPY / one person
Baby: Free
(Child: under 12 years old, Baby: under 3 years old, Second baby needs child’s fee, tax included)
From 1 to 4 people can participate per group, and make for 4 servings per group.
Accompanying persons are included in the number of people.
Please make a payment on the day by cash or credit card.
This class is collaborative work for each group.

Canceration fee
On the day: 100%, The previous day: 50%
Especially on holidays, we may be refusing other customers. So please inform me as soon as possible when you become hard to come.

Personal belongings

Just bring yourself (with clothes you don’t mind getting dirty), but there are a few things for your comfort.
Socks (use when step on the dough, but the dough wrapped by plastic bag)
Apron (can rent one ¥100)

Bring back things

You will make udon noodle for four servings.
Of course, you can eat here all or take home half.
Dip soup (for 4 servings, for eat here)
Textbook how to make udon noodle (in English or in Japanese)
If you will take your udon home, the udon noodle and source are good for 1 week if kept in the fridge.


Iricosky, an udon noodle factory

#204 (Floor 2), Daia-paresu Yotsubashi, 1-31-3,
Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka-fu
(Google Maps

For more details, refer to “Access to Iricosky

Iricosky map


  • Floor 2 of the apartment “Daia-Paresu Yotsubashi”
    NOT “Shinmachi Daia-Paresu” nor “Shinmachi Daia-Paresu II”
  • There is the entrance of the apartment between “Yobareya Curry” and “Kuroimajo.”
  • Please go up to Floor 2 with the elevator on the inside most of the entrance.
  • The elevator will not work on 5-7 February and 21-29 February 2020 due to construction. Open the white door next to the elevator and go upstairs on the stairs.

Near subway stations
(N14 : Nagahori Turumi-ryokuchi line)
3 minutes’ walk from Exit 2
(Walking route from Nishiohashi)

(Y14 : Yotsubashi line)
5 minutes’ walk from Exit 2 of the north ticket gate
(Walking route from Nishiohashi)

If you come from Umeda or Namba, it will be convenient to use this station.

(M19 : Midosuji line)
9 minutes’ walk from Exit 2 of the north ticket gate
Through the “CRYSTA Nagahori” (underground shopping center) in the west direction, to Yotsubashi station.
(Walking route from Shinsaibashi)

We don’t recommend this route. We recommend taking subway Nagahori turumi-ryokuchi-line for Taisho from the Shinsaibashi station to the Nishiohashi station. Nishiohashi is the next station of Shinsaibashi.

There is no parking lot at Iricosky.
Coin-operated parking are marked with “P” on the map.
Bicycle parking
There is no Bicycle parking lot at Iricosky.
In the crossing of NAGAHORI-dori and NANIWA-suji, there is a bicycle parking of Osaka-City.


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