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KYOTO

Kyoto Decorative Sushi Cooking Class

Learn to make two styles of decorative sushi in this Kyoto Decorative Sushi Cooking Class!
from ¥6,600
With recipe
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KYOTO

Authentic Japanese Sushi Cooking Class in Kyoto

Learn some basic techniques of the Japanese cuisine and the background of Japanese dishes, habits, and customs, while you cook 2 types of sushi!
from ¥5,000
With recipe
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Sushi Cooking 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 cooking 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 cooking 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.”