Vegetarian sushi is so much more than your basic cucumber sushi rolls. In this cooking class, we elevate vegetarian sushi to an art form, using a variety of the most vibrant to create attractive and Instagrammable morsels! So, if you are looking for cooking classes in Tokyo that cater to vegetarian or halal diets, this class will not only satisfy your hunger for delicious Japanese food, but also let you exercise some creativity in the kitchen!
First, we will make the vinegared sushi rice, which forms the basis of delicious sushi. Without using meat, fish, or animal products, we will make sushi toppings with vegetables. You will learn different techniques of slicing and arranging vegetables to create 9 stunning bites of sushi, each unique and kawaii. We will also make vegetarian miso soup. Usually, miso soup is made with a dashi of dried fish, but ours is 100% plant-based. In addition, we also make a side dish and tofu dengaku, a dish of grilled tofu seasoned with sweet miso.
The Kawaii Vegetarian Sushi Cooking Class will meet at our cooking studio in Minami Aoyama, an upscale area of Tokyo. Our stunning studio has all of the top-quality equipment and facilities for our cooking workshops, and the sunlight streaming in also makes it fantastic for photoshoots (magazine shoots have been hosted here before), so you can get that perfect shot for your Instagram. Come visit us and make the most kawaii vegetarian sushi with our seasoned cooking teachers!
-9 types of kawaii vegetarian sushi
-Vegetarian miso soup
-Seasonal Japanese dessert
-Beverage: Japanese fruit liquor or vinegar drink
-Japanese green tea
Ingredients and tools for vegetarian sushi, miso soup, and side dishes
Use of an apron and hand towel for the class
Recipes in English to take home
Transportation to/from the cooking studio
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
10-minute walk from Omotesando Station (Tokyo Metro). Location details will be shared upon booking.
Please be on time for the cooking class.
Please note that the classroom is on the second floor and is only accessible by stairs, so with the support of accompanying people, those who can come to the second floor can participate.