MINAMUS GOHAN PROJECT
[11/22 application deadline]Let’s learn to make traditional Japanese fermented food with parents and children! Agency for Cultural Affairs “Parent-Child Traditional Food Class 2022 Autumn/Winter 4 Courses” This year, we are recruiting parents and children from all over the country!
The 2022 autumn/winter course is [Brown rice amazake, easy rice crackers, unsuccessful miso making, kinako & zunda bean making] All 4 online courses-Materials and materials pre-mailing-
Hosted by General Incorporated Association Minamusu GOHAN PROJECT (Representative Director: Keiko Takahashi), parents and children learn and make traditional Japanese food that goes well with Hokka and other rice. This year, we will hold an online course on materials and materials mailing in advance! We are looking for participants from all over the country for parents and children (1 child + 1 guardian = 1 pair)!
Agency for Cultural Affairs “Traditional Food Class for Parents and Children-Four Autumn/Winter Courses-” held on 12/4 and 12/18! Click here for details
Traditional cooking class for parents and children
Hosted by Minamusu GOHAN PROJECT (Representative Director: Keiko Takahashi), which has been held since 2016
A hands-on traditional food class where parents and children learn and make traditional Japanese food that goes well with Hokka and other rice.
The traditional (fermented) food making that has been handed down from the time when there was no electricity or gas,
Observation of food processing techniques such as preserved food and the process of fermenting ingredients that are good for the body, and lectures on points and tricks that are difficult to fail at home in a modern style that is easy for children to understand.
In 2022, following the summer free research series, the “2022 Autumn/Winter 4 Lectures” will be held online on December 4th and December 18th.
We are looking for parents and children from 4 years old to elementary and junior high school students all over the country!
Materials and documents are mailed in advance, including shipping (remote islands and overseas are postage cash on delivery)
We are looking for participants by the first-come-first-served application deadline on 11/22!
[Click here for details and application] Traditional food class for parents and children -2022 Autumn/Winter 4 courses-
[Traditional food class for parents and children official website] https://www.minamusu.com/oyako_dentoshoku/
There are four curricula this time.
December 4th is “Making brown rice amazake with brown rice koji” and “Making simple rice crackers”
On December 18th, we plan to make “homemade miso that won’t fail” and “homemade soybean flour & zunda bean paste”.
In particular, in “Miso making that does not fail”,
As a countermeasure against “film yeast” and “mold” that tend to occur during the fermentation process of miso, I used “that” that even beginners can find in supermarkets, convenience stores, and home refrigerators. Teach the trick of scales from the eyes!
Successful miso making
Making brown rice amazake from brown rice koji
Dates: Sunday, December 4, 2022, Sunday, December 18, 2022
Participation method: Held at zoom (Materials and materials will be mailed in advance)
■ Target: Children from 4 years old to elementary and junior high school students and their guardians (1 child and 1 guardian = 1 pair) *Participation by adults only is prohibited.
■Price: 11,000 yen per parent and child (includes tuition for 4 courses, materials, materials, and postage)
■Application deadline: Sunday, November 22, 2022
■ Click here for detailed application: https://oyako-aw2022.peatix.com ■ Event official website: https://www.minamusu.com/oyako_dentoshoku/ [Participation conditions]
* Target age: Children from 4 years old to elementary and junior high school students and guardians (1 child + 1 guardian)
* When applying for a ticket, the “full name and age of the child who will participate”
Please include the full name of the parent/guardian and the address to which materials will be sent.
*Please apply only if you are able to take photos as we will be taking documentary photos to prepare the report.
*Please note that you will be required to complete a questionnaire after completing all courses.
Note) For participants from overseas, there are restrictions on the types of ingredients that can be sent from Japan depending on the country, so you may need to procure ingredients locally depending on where you live.
■Organizer: General Incorporated Association Minamusu GOHAN PROJECT (Agency for Cultural Affairs project)
A scene from a past parent-child traditional food class
Observation of Fermentation Bacteria by MINAMUS GOHAN PROJECT
Parents and children learning together
A classroom where parents and children can learn happily and deliciously [Image 10
Implementing a program that includes elements of science experiments In addition, in the future, in addition to the traditional cooking class with the current parent and child
We are considering offering services that people of all ages can participate in, such as traditional food classes for deaf people, one-on-one special lessons (once a month/annual), and general membership-based traditional food classes (adults only).
[General Incorporated Association Minamusu GOHAN PROJECT]
■Established: January 2012
■Representative Director: Keiko Takahashi
■ URL: https://www.minamusu.com/
■ Inquiries: From the inquiry form
■ Business content
In 2011, we turned rice, which is a staple food for Japanese people, into a communication tool.
Launched “GOHAN PROJECT”.
Engaged in the following initiatives with the concept of connecting people, towns and culture with “food” and “creativity”.
01.Support for revitalizing and revitalizing agriculture, forestry, livestock and fisheries
02. Solving social issues through digital/IT, design, etc.
03. Consulting business associated with the launch of various new businesses 04. Projects related to the spread and enlightenment of Japanese culture and research and development of overseas markets
05. Projects related to excavating, producing, protecting,
regenerating, and supporting traditional culture and local resources 06. Business to improve sociality and healthy development of children 07.Business related to holding and managing workshops, various seminars, and lectures
08. Branding design business for regions and traditional crafts 09. Craftsmen of “manufacturing” such as fine arts, works of art, traditional crafts, etc.
Projects related to the development and support of human resources involved in the revitalization of local communities
10. Development and promotion of systems that use the environment and natural energy
11. Marketing research/marketing strategy, branding strategy/planning business 12. Any other business necessary to achieve the purpose of this corporation ・Food education business
・Urban agriculture/food/agricultural business (organic rice
cultivation, tea tree cultivation, organic vegetable cultivation) ■ Award history
・Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries “Food Action Nippon Award” 2012 “Food Snacking Contest”
・Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries “Food Action Nippon Award” 2014 “GOHAN PROJECT Recycling Scheme”
■ Minamusu GOHAN PROJECT original content
◆ “Traditional food class for parents and children” official website https://www.minamusu.com/oyako_dentoshoku/
◆”Learning and Making Traditional Culture Experiences for Parents and Children” Official Website
Yummy forest (R) ︎ Agroforestry project official website
The official website of the Wandering Gourmet Investigation Corps “G Meshi 88” https://www.gmeshi88.com/
◆ “Sennin Chakai Green Tea Picnic” official website
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