Le Cordon Bleu Japan has decided to close its Daikanyama campus in Tokyo this fall. While we are considering several interesting alternatives for course delivery locally, in the meantime we will be doing mainly maintenance and refurbishment works in the Institute, and eventually move into a new campus. Although we cannot disclose any future plans at this stage, please keep in touch for future announcements.
Should you wish to study at Le Cordon Bleu, please consider our programmes available within our international network of institutes : https://www.cordonbleu.edu/programmes/en
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While Le Cordon Bleu Japan campus is closed, we are welcoming you at a special demonstration event held in Chubo Yokohama of Tokyo Gas.
Seats are still available for the Special Cuisine Demonstration scheduled on Saturday, December 19th, 2020.12.
Le Cordon Bleu has been helping passionate students follow their culinary dreams over the last 125 years. Students come to Le Cordon Bleu from all walks of life. They are beginners enthusiastic about the culinary arts but utterly inexperienced; they are far along on one career path and ready for the next; they are established professionals seeking to improve themselves. Regardless of their ultimate goal – to run a restaurant or catering company, hotel or retail management, journalism, consulting, food styling – the students of Le Cordon Bleu come for the culinary education that will allow them to succeed.
Be a part of the new generation of innovative and creative food industry leaders, solving the complex food issues of today.
My dream came true when I opened my own food startup ProntoChef in Brazil, a weekly dinner kit delivery service where clients receive recipes and all ingredients measured and ready for cooking at home.
The reason why I chose Japan is because I believe the Japanese food industry is unique there, especially its culture of elaborate and attentive customer service. However, my Japanese wasn’t proficient enough. Le Cordon Bleu Japan was great because they provided classes in English, so I was able study at this famous institution in Japan without any language barriers.
Ask as many questions as you can to the teachers. They have such a wealth of knowledge in their area of expertise, and they are more than happy to explain things to you. I was nervous at first to ask ,but I learned not to be shy. If you are passionate about cooking, Le Cordon Bleu can help you build a foundation that will benefit you in the working world.
Completing the Diploma in Boulangerie course in Le Cordon Bleu and having a book published were two of the key highlights in my life. Follow your heart and devote to work out what you love, I believe these are the keys.
Le Cordon Bleu Japan attracts students from everywhere. It allowed me to interact with people from different nationalities and expanded how I think about cuisine. I was born in the United States, but my mother is French–American and my father is Japanese. Having a tri-cultural background, I believe I really impart that into my cooking. After meeting so many different people at school, my view on cuisine is now so much broader.
I applied to Le Cordon Bleu Japan to pick up the skills necessary to make it as a professional chef. The shared goal of my family and myself is to eventually inherit, operate, and expand the operations of our family restaurant business. Everything I learned at the school, I can apply to the business; they are skills that high level professionals employ.
Discover “food” and change your future.
Those who come out of Le Cordon Bleu do not only become chefs.Striving toward their individual dreams and goals, the occupations of our graduates span a wide range.We can see that the “food industry” can involve a great many things by taking a look at our many graduates. These individuals have all studied at Le Cordon Bleu and these are their stories.
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