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KYOTO

Authentic Japanese Sushi Cooking Class in Kyoto

In historic Kyoto, renowned for its picturesque temples and shrines, learn how to make two types of sushi (sushi rolls and round temari-zushi) and the soup stock dashi, which forms the foundation of many Japanese dishes.
from¥9,200
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Kyoto Decorative Sushi Cooking Class (Private)

Learn to make creative decorative sushi rolls called kazarimaki in this private sushi-making class at your instructor's home near Nijo Castle in Kyoto. Made with plant-based ingredients, these colorful sushi rolls are vegetarian and vegan-friendly.
from¥9,900
(3)
Near station
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Washoku: Authentic Japanese Cooking Class (Fushimi, Kyoto)

Learn how to make traditional Japanese food at a washoku cooking class near Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto! Spend time in a traditional home, learn how to make a range of washoku dishes, enjoy your handmade meal, & explore a Japanese supermarket.
from¥15,000
(2)
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Kyoto Sushi class: Nigiri, Gunkan, & Maki

Become a sushi-making expert in Kyoto! Learn the art of crafting sushi in a 90-min class led by masters with over 10 years of experience. Once you’ve rolled, savor your mouthwatering creations alongside your hosts and classmates.
from¥6,600
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Rain or shine
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Sushi Making Class Near Nishiki Market (Kyoto)

In this sushi making class near Gion and Nishiki Market, less than 10 minutes by train from Kyoto Station, savor the quintessential flavors of Kyoto. Learn to make three kinds of sushi, taste local seasonings, and indulge in dessert.
from¥12,000
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Private Sushi Masterclass: Nigiri, Gunkan, & Maki (Kyoto)

Become a sushi samurai in Kyoto! Learn the art of crafting perfect nigiri, gunkan, and hosomaki sushi in an intimate, 2-hour class led by sushi masters with over 10 years of experience. This experience includes premium seafood and ingredients!
from¥15,000
(1)
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Kyoto Cooking Class: Vegan Sushi With a Professional Chef

Learn how to make vegan sushi with a professional English-speaking sushi chef in Kyoto! Make eight types of sushi using two types of rice (germinated & white), cultivate lifelong cooking skills, & then enjoy your handmade sushi lunch.
from¥10,000
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With lunch
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Excellent class. Wonderful and kind instruction from Aya, who also gave brilliant recommendations for the rest of our time in Kyoto! Would recommend this class to anyone.
Thea Depold
June 26, 2024
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Kyoto Decorative Sushi Cooking Class (Private)
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Exceeded expectations. Look for the metal sign in front of the restaurant. Yukihide spoke excellent english and made us feel at home. Instruction was fun and informative. Our group learned new tips for making vegan sushi and enjoyed the sushi we made.
James Dexter
June 20, 2024
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Kyoto Cooking Class: Vegan Sushi With a Professional Chef
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We had an excellent time learning to make sushi with Yukuhide, the class was very informative and fun and the sushi was delicious!
Andreea Slavescu
June 12, 2024
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Kyoto Sushi class: Nigiri, Gunkan, & Maki
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We had a wonderfull morning and learned a lot about the Japanese Kitchen. We prepared avlovely lunch wich we eat in a traditional Japanese room. After lunch we went to a supermarket where Miho showed us all the ingrediënten. We recommend this class to everyone who loves to cook and the Japanese good.
Chantal Hofs
June 06, 2024
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Washoku: Authentic Japanese Cooking Class (Fushimi, Kyoto)
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Five stars all around! Hide was excellent to talk with, and we enjoyed making different types of vegan sushi. Ingredients were prepared ahead of time (which makes sense for the time allotted), and the specifics of how they were prepared and organized were not explicitly part of the class structure. However, we were able to ask Hide many questions about how he prepared and planned each rolls ingredients, which was very helpful! This is an excellent class for beginners learning to make vegan sushi.
Alaina Vince
May 28, 2024
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Kyoto Cooking Class: Vegan Sushi With a Professional Chef
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Sushi Making Classes in Kyoto

Bordered by the Sea of Japan and Lake Biwa, Kyoto Prefecture boasts abundant fish and seafood which you can find at the Japanese food paradise of Nishiki Market, a popular shopping street that began as a fish market about 400 years ago. With such fresh and delicious fish readily available, Kyoto is one of the best places to take part in a sushi-making class in Japan. Learn all about the delicate art of sushi from experienced cooking instructors or professional chefs during these sushi making classes in Kyoto. Make gorgeous decorative sushi rolls with hidden designs that are revealed in the center, or classic nigiri sushi which are minimalist yet sophisticated with subtle flavor and texture. You can even learn how to make sushi that is specific to the region. “Aaba-zushi” or mackerel sushi is a Kyoto City specialty. Historically, this salted, preserved sushi was made to withstand the long journey from the Sea of Japan to the ancient capital of Kyoto. Join a hands-on sushi making class in Kyoto and dive into the local delicacies of Kyoto, learning about the local history and food culture of Japan’s stunning “City of Ten Thousand Shrines.”