Authentic Japanese Sushi Cooking Class in Kyoto
Hosted by Kaori
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Number of Guests
2 - 8 guests
Gluten-free, Vegan, Vegetarian, With recipe, Learn etiquette
Learn some basic techniques of the Japanese cuisine and the background of Japanese dishes, habits, and customs, while you cook 2 types of sushi!
Learn the basics of Japanese home cooking, such as how to wash rice for the perfect bowl
Cook delicious dishes under the guidance of an instructor, from two types of sushi to three side dishes, rice and soup
Learn how to make quintessential dashi stock from scratch!
Walk away with a deeper knowledge of Japanese cuisine's background and table manners
During your trip to Kyoto, make sure you enjoy all the perks of visiting the buzzing metropolis, enjoying the delicious food, historic temples and shrines, busy commercial districts, convenient public transportation, and activities meant to connect tourists with Japanese culture. This cooking class is one such activity that’s designed so you can get in touch with Japanese culture in a hands-on way. Our class includes a comprehensive lecture on a range of food-related topics, like the history of Japanese cuisine and table manners, that will help you navigate Japan’s culinary scene. Learn about the theory of Five Elements in Yin-Yang and find out all you need to know about dashi soup stock. Dashi is the base of countless dishes and plays an important role in this hands-on cooking class, so make sure to soak in all the information you can! Ready to start cooking? Roll up your sleeves and try your hand at sushi making. This is not your average Japanese meal, though. Instead of the usual bowl of rice, here you’ll have some rolled sushi and temari sushi. The menu also includes an appetizer and a dessert that you get to savor at the end of your cooking experience. Lastly, you’ll help your instructor with tidying up and take home recipes and skills that will impress your friends and family!
Aperitif, 3 side dishes, rice, soup, 2 types of sushi and dessert
Ingredients for the cooking class
Recipes to take home
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The guesthouse is located 6 min by foot from Nijo Station.
Please let us know your food allergies in advance if you have any.
Featuring beautiful landscapes from mountain to sea, Kyoto Prefecture conveys traditional Japanese culture through its architecture and gardens, art and artisanal crafts, and delicious local cuisine made from regional produce.
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Select at least 2 guests
Select at least 2 guests
(6 - 100)
Earliest available date: September 23, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.