Private Tokyo Sushi-Making Class at 100-Year-Old Sushi Bar
Hosted by Kazuki
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Number of Guests
1 - 10 guests
Pescetarian, Private Experience
Join your host Kazuki at his 100-year-old sushi restaurant in Shinjuku-ku to learn the craft of sushi making!
Make 5 types of sushi, including nigiri sushi and tamagoyaki sushi
Learn 2 methods of shaping sushi: 'kotegaeshi' and 'tategaeshi'
Enjoy your handmade sushi lunch and a Q&A session with your host
Visit the 100-year-old restaurant, Sushi Bar Yachiyo, in the center of Tokyo
During this 1.5 hour Tokyo sushi-making class, guests will visit a 100-year-old sushi shop in the heart of the city and learn how to make 5 types of sushi, including nigiri sushi and tamagoyaki sushi. There are three main methods of forming sushi, and during this class, the cooking teacher and chef will show you the “kotegaeshi” and “tategaeshi” methods. Since this Tokyo cooking class takes place at a shop with over 100 years of history, the owner is able to teach the traditional practices of sushi craftsmanship. Your host, Kazuki, is the president of Sushi Bar Yachiyo, and has taught this Tokyo sushi-making class to over 5000 visitors from abroad. The staff at his sushi restaurant are also able to speak English, so it’s sure to be a welcoming experience, and a wonderful introduction to the craft of sushi making. Finally, at the end of the Tokyo sushi-making class, everyone will eat lunch together and be able to ask questions about sushi to the host. After learning how to make sushi during this class, you’ll be able to take home the skills to whip up a feast of nigiri sushi and tamago sushi at home!
A personalized certificate of competion
Tips from an English-speaking cooking class teacher
All ingredients and tools to make sushi
Transportation to the location
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
3-minute walk from Yotsuya-sanchome Station (Tokyo Metro). Once you passed MIZUHO BANK, turn left. On left hand, turn the 2nd alley. you will find my restaurant.
Please come wearing casual clothes
As a precaution against COVID-19, the host is exercising safety precautions like avoiding contact, limiting group sizes, and practicing good hygiene and cleanliness guidelines
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Place a Booking
Select at least 1 guest
Select at least 1 guest
(12 - 120)
(5 - 11)
Earliest available date: October 1, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.