Tuna Cutting Show with All-You-Can-Eat Fresh Tuna Sushi
Organized by Dai Miyamoto
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Number of Guests
1 - 25 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly
Nomihoudai, Tabehoudai, With sake
Learn from a highly trained sushi chef everything from tip to tail about your tuna. An intimate experience leaping into the depths of your dinner!
See how a tuna is taken from giant fish to slices of sashimi
Indulge in all-you-can-eat tuna delicacies and all-you-can-drink Japanese sake
Learn about Japanese history and contemporary culture surrounding culinary tuna preparation
Photos and selfies are allowed and encouraged!
Presentation turns to performance as diners watch renowned sushi chefs slice, dice, and prepare an entire tuna fated to end its journey on your plate. Your chef will teach you about the tuna, the cultural significance, and the ritual of the preparation and tell stories as they create a feast from the ocean bounty. Not only can you take photos of the show (including a selfie in front of the fish!), but you can get involved, by scraping your own fatty, nutritious flesh from the bones of the tuna itself. Groups of guests will be greeted with a welcome drink before their deep dive into Japanese history and the evening culminates in an all-you-can-drink sake pairing with the myriad of delicacies crafted from the catch. It’s not just sashimi here, folks, and it’s also all-you-can-eat. This unforgettable, immersive dining experience will only enrich future dining with a deep knowledge of your food.
Tuna cutting show
An all-you-can-eat and-drink meal
The menu is fish-based and a vegetarian menu is not offered.
Transportation to the restaurant is not included.
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Tuna Restaurant AKIBA, a google map link will be shared after booking via email
The tour may be subject to cancellation due to weather changes.
If the number of participants is below the minimum, the tour will be cancelled 2 weeks prior with a full refund.
The show involves heavy cutting of fish flesh. If you are squeamish or dislike blood, this tour might not be suitable for you.
Children under five years old eat for free.
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Select at least 1 guest
Select at least 1 guest
(11 - 120)
Earliest available date: March 16, 2024
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.