Teran, a Shojin Ryori (vegetarian cooking) school, is located within Jokokuji—350 years old temple in Tokyo, Japan.
Shojin Ryori came to Japan from China as Buddhist monk's food.
Fish, eggs and meat are not used but dairy products, fruits, vegetables, seaweed, and soybeans are used.
(Vegetarian cooking) Classes
Customers practice Japanese traditional recipes that they can also make at home.
Incorporating vegetarian cooking during regular meals makes vegetarian cooking more familiar to us.
In addition, the experience of making and eating vegetarian cooking introduces you to the heart, spirit and traditions of Japan.