“SOY❜s cooking”

Japanese Social Dinner
Event date

12th June

☆Homemade Tofu

☆Simmered Koya Tofu
☆Chicken Nanban (served with shredded cabbage)
Green Beans with Sesame Dressing

☆Onigiri (Rice Balls)Tuna Mayo, Salmon, Kombu, Okaka
☆Salt-baked Sea Bream
☆Seared Bonito

Please take care during this changeable weather and we look forward to seeing you at the event. Thank you for your continued support.

A Warm Invitation to Canal Palace’s Japanese Social Dinner “SOY❜s cooking”

Date and Time: 2ND WEDNESDAY from 19:30 to 21:30
Fee: 3,000 yen
To express your interest in participating, please click here and contact us.
Address 2-16-11, Sumiyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
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At Canal Palace, we bridge international cultures with our monthly “SOY❜s cooking”. This special evening is themed around the warmth of Japanese traditional cuisine, offering a chance to rediscover the charm of authentic home-cooked meals that you won’t find in restaurants. By participating in the preparation of some dishes, attendees can delve into the culture and history behind the cuisine, fostering international friendships in the process.

Event Highlights:

  • Touch of Tradition: We recreate familiar tastes for Japanese people using recipes passed down through families.
  • Collaborative Cooking Experience: Through culinary collaboration and interaction, we share the joy of cooking together.
  • Cross-Cultural Exchange: With conversations in both Japanese and English, it’s a great opportunity to make new friends in a multicultural setting.

For Those Interested in Participating: Anyone with an interest in cooking, eager to experience new cultures, or looking to engage in intercultural exchange is welcome to join. Please register in advance on our website.

Event Details: The “SOY❜s cooking” is held monthly at Canal Palace. For detailed information on the date and location, please visit our website or contact us.

We eagerly await your participation. Let’s create memorable moments together through the joy of food and fellowship.

Hello, I’m Yoich, the person in charge of Canal Palace’s kitchen. I have 12 years career as a chef, including 8 years in Chinese cuisine, 2 years in a traditional Japanese cuisine. In addition, I have been challenging various kinds of other cuisines. Through out my entire career as a chef, I am proud that more than 95 percent of the people well received my meal. I am really good at making something with the leftovers in the fridge, always keeping in mind to prepare these with care and love. Also, I try new restaurants twice a week, keeping a list of recommendations across various kinds of food. With a warm and friendly smile, I will be happy to welcome you making your stay at Canal Palace even more enjoyable.

Who is “SOY”?

DIY Rental Business Creator
Owner of Atagawa Sauna Hut “Fuminaya”
Owner of Canal Palace Sumiyoshi Sharehouse

Finding joy in creation from an early age through model kits and RC cars, I was assigned to the design department of a certain housing manufacturer after graduating from college. However, the company went bankrupt in just four months. After several months of unemployment, I ventured into the completely different field of real estate sales, where I unexpectedly discovered a hidden talent and was promoted within three months. Two years later, I switched to venture capital, reflecting on my own direction after witnessing both spectacular IPOs and devastating bankruptcies.

In December 2003, inspired by a famous real estate investor, I established “Doranp Ltd.” with a year-end balance of 1,000 yen in cash and 60 million yen in debt. With a motto of creating “my own assets” rather than having assets, I successfully purchased a small property in Sumida Ward three months later. However, the start of a DIY rental business began after 2 million yen was embezzled from the 3 million yen budgeted for renovations.

I bought a property in a hot spring town with the intention of drawing hot spring water, but after renovations, it was no longer possible to access the hot spring. Now, I enjoy conversing with “flames” in a sauna kiln I created instead.

Graduate of the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Architecture, Hosei University Completed the Tokyo Marathon in under 4 hours in 2017 A big fan of the NBA