7 Best Sushi Making Classes in Tokyo
Best Japanese Cooking Classes in Tokyo : Sushi Making
-Online Cooking Class
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, travelling to Japan and attending a cooking class might be difficult for the time being. However, you can attend a cooking class while being at home with airKitchen LIVE, private online cooking classes hosted by teachers from Japan and around the world! You can use online communication tools such as Zoom and Skype, and lean how to cook traditional dishes and communicate with teachers safely from home. Click the link below to check online cooking classes available today!
1. Classic Sushi Making Class
One of the most popular cooking classes in Tokyo, the classic Sushi making class offers guests how to make three kinds of Sushi: Temari (ball-shaped Sushi), Nigiri (hand-shaped Sushi) and Gunkan Maki (Battleship Sushi) as well as authentic side dishes (Japanese omelette and miso soup) from scratch. You can also learn a lot about Japanese culture and history from the experienced teacher!
2. Sushi Making Class by a Professional Chef
The Sushi class is held at a real upscale Sushi restaurant in Meguro area, Tokyo, and led by a professional Sushi chef who has over 35 years chef experience. You can go behind the counter and learn how to make Sushi using authentic cooking tools and the finest seafood products from all over Japan which are carefully selected by the chef! (Review: Sushi Making Class in Tokyo by a Professional Sushi Chef)
3. Fun and Delicious Temari Sushi Making
Temari Sushi (ball-shaped Sushi) is a type of Sushi which is cute, colourful and easy to make. It’s a perfect dish for home party or to cook with friends, family and even small kids. The Temari Sushi Making Class offers guests traditional Japanese costumes, and how to create beautiful Temari Sushi art with delicious miso soup and green tea. The class takes place near Meguro Station, which is very accessible from Shibuya area.
4. Sushi Master’s Private Lesson at Tsukiji Market
Wanna join an authentic Sushi class? This private Sushi lesson offers you an opportunity to learn how to make Sushi from the professional master chef! The class is held at one of the renowned restaurants in the famous Tsukiji Market, and guests can learn how to make Nigiri Sushi (hand-shaped Sushi) and Maki Sushi (rolled Sushi) behind the counter of the restaurant as if they become real Sushi masters!
5. Art Sushi & Mochi Making Class
If you are into instagram-worthy food, this class is a perfect choice! The art Sushi roll and Mochi workshop offers an unique Japanese cooking experience in making food art. Learn the magical skill from the master of Sushi roll art and enjoy tasting colourful Sushi and Mochi after the lesson! The class is held in the heart of Tokyo, around Tsukiji and Ginza area.
6. Colourful Veggie Sushi for Vegan & Vegetarian
Even if you don’t eat seafood, you can still enjoy making Sushi! A colourful and healthy veggie Sushi making class offers 2 types of Sushi lesson: Oshizushi (Pressed Sushi) & Gunkan Maki (Battleship Sushi) including how to prepare Sushi rice and use special cooking tools. The colourful Sushi made with seasonal vegetables is totally photo-worthy! The class is held near Minami Senju Station, only 5 mins away from Asakusa Station.
7. Wagyu Sushi Making
If you are a meat lover rather than seafood, how about making Sushi with Wagyu beef?? This unique cooking class in Tokyo offers an unique experience in making three kinds of gourmet Japanese dishes: Wagyu Beef Sushi, Udon noodle and Tempura by a friendly and welcoming Japanese couple in homey atmosphere. At the end of the class, the teacher will write your name in Japanese calligraphy as a special souvenir!
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Thanks for reading! Which Sushi making class in Tokyo do you wanna join most?? If you wish to have an unique food experience, I’d highly recommend you to join one!
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