Meet your professional instructor, a licensed chef, in central Osaka. From here, walk to a nearby home to start your sushi-making lesson, limited to just eight participants.
Follow along as your instructor demonstrates the preparations for making sushi rice, as well as rolling techniques to place "sashimi" (thin-sliced fish) and other ingredients inside the dried seaweed rolling paper, called "nori." Select ingredients offered by the chef and take your turn, allowing yourself a few tries to get the hang of things as you learn to master this uniquely Japanese art.
Then have a seat to enjoy your sushi rolls with the other guests. Your dinner is accompanied by miso soup, a Japanese omelet, and a selection of snacks. If you’d like, upgrade to include a local sake tasting with the option of Osaka-brewed beer to wash it all down. The tasting includes either six sakes or four sakes and one bottle of beer.
After your meal, enjoy a taiyaki for dessert. Once you’ve gotten sufficiently full, head back to the original departure point.