Beautifully hand-pressed balls of sushi goodness, temari sushi is the perfect party food. Sometimes also called temarizushi, it’s made from sushi rice that’s perfectly rounded by hand and made with decorative toppings. Temari sushi are gorgeous and always delicious! It’s something that everyone can make from a variety of ingredients, so why not try it for yourself in this Temari Sushi Making Class in Tokyo. Learn how to make this simple yet delicious Japanese temari sushi in this cooking class, a great opportunity to learn about Japanese food and gain a new skill. You’ll learn about the history of sushi as you assemble your own, so you can impress your family and friends at your next event using your new sushi making expertise! You can use any ingredient to make temari, which means this class perfect for everyone, even vegetarians and those who can’t eat raw fish.
Your instructors for this Japanese cooking class are twin sisters (Ayumi and Shihomi) who worked as sushi chefs in Geneva, Switzerland for three years as well as Itamae (Japanese cuisine chef) in Tokyo for seven years. This is an amazing accomplishment as two female chefs are quite uncommon in Japan. These women are incredibly intelligent and kind, and will make sure that your Temari Sushi Making Class is an experience you’ll never forget!
Highlights of a Temari Sushi Making Class:
- Learn how to make temari sushi from twin sisters who are both experienced sushi chefs
- Rental samue (traditional uniform) for you to wear while you make temari sushi
- Enjoy miso soup and green tea to go with you temari sushi creations
- While you are learning to make temari sushi, the sisters will teach you about the history of sushi
- Receive a certificate with a picture
- A 3-hour Temari Sushi Making Class
- Expertise from two experienced sushi chefs
- Cooking tools and ingredients provided
- Recipes you can take home with you
- Miso and green tea
- Transportation fees to and from the event location
Maximum of 6 people.
Meguro: The inner south area of Meguro has a quaint local community that’s central enough, but not quite in the thick of chaotic city life. Meguro Station is conveniently located between Shibuya and Shinagawa on the JR Yamanote Line and is also intersected by the subway, making for a considerable transit hub to well-connect this residential area. Surrounded by a cluster of restaurants and bars which trickle down through Meguro Dori Street, cherry blossoms line the canal along Meguro River, a popular spot for hanami season in spring. Follow the river to the west and you’ll end up at the trendy bars and hipster cafes of Nakameguro, where the ward stretches as far as Yutenji and Tokyo’s little Europe in Jiyugaoka. Meguro is home to 500 Buddha statues in Daienji Temple, as well as the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, alongside the much more unusual Meguro Parasitological Museum.
Meeting Location and Time:
- Please be reminded to come to the class on time
- Upon booking, you will receive a confirmation within 24 hours. Once confirmed, present your booking information at the event place