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COOK COOP BOOK: Buy a cookbook or cook a great meal

Have you ever dreamt of a perfect kitchen where you can make all you cooking fantasies come true? About a kitchen where you can learn new recipes as easy as pie? Or a bookstore where you can flip through a cookbook while waiting for your cup of coffee? Then COOK COOP BOOK is a place just for you!COOK COOP BOOKWhen I was a child, we sort of had it, with three different generations of our extended family that lived in one apartment. Nobody could have take too much time in the kitchen because there was always someone else, waiting to use the stove, the table, or the frying pan. Women were angry at each other way too often. It was rarely fun, and I always longed for that to change someday. Unfortunately, it never did. COOK COOP BOOK is a completely different place.COOK COOP BOOKIt is place where you can rent a kitchen studio for some cooking activities, or participate in a workshop and learn to cook something new and delicious. What is great about such workshops is that you can naturally communicate with other people while cooking, absorbing new style of cooking or some minor tips. And of course, eating what you cooked afterwards! That is always the best part. Just think about making a chocolate bar from scratch or incorporating more herbs into your meals. Isn’t that exciting?COOK COOP BOOKIf you are not really in a mood for cooking, you can have a cup of coffee or tea with some sweets, and check out those stylish cookbooks or trinkets they have at COOK COOP BOOK. It is a chain of shops, and they also have branches in Taitou-ku and Shibuya-ku.COOP COOK BOOK

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COOK COOP BOOK
Address: Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kioichou 4-5 G-TERRACE
Access 1: 7 min. walk from Kojimachi St.
Access 2: 8 min. walk from Yotsuya St.
Opening Hours: 11 AM − 8 PM
Regular Holidays: None
Distance to airport: 18 km from Haneda Airport
Official website (only in Japanese): http://cookcoop.com
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Article by Olga Kaneda

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