料理家、COLTONS NEWYORK 代表取締役。
CIA (Culinary Institute of America)にて料理の基礎を学ぶ。
Cooking Teacher, Author, Founder of COLTONS NEW YORK
Born and raised in Yokohama Japan, Hideko moved to New York in 1990 where she worked in the financial industry. Hideko studied at the CIA (Culinary Institute of America) in Hyde Park, NY, and changed her career from finance to food, founding COLTONS NEWYORK, a cooking event and lifestyle company in 2009.
Since 2010 Hideko has been developing and teaching a NY-style entertainment class called NY Omotenashi (hospitality in Japanese) cooking class for Japanese women, with more than 1,500 members all over the world. Her class goes beyond cooking by celebrating the total experience of entertaining including cocktails, table top decorations, flower arrangements, pairing with wine, scent and music. Her class has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, and she has a regular TV segment called America’s Kitchen for Fuji TV USA/Fujisankei.
On December 7th, 2015, Kodansha (the largest publishing company in Japan). published Hideko's first cookbook in Japan. The book “NY Omotenashi Recipe” (NY Style Entertainment Recipe) introduces her unique cooking style to the Japanese people.
In January 2016, Hideko announced that she will be designing and conducting Japanese style cooking that goes beyond cooking by celebrating the total experience of entertaining including cocktails, table top decorations, flower arrangements, pairing with wine, scent and music.
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