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Learn how to make sushi with an English-speaking professional sushi instructor. Not only will you learn how to make sushi during this workshop, but also be able to taste and enjoy various kinds of fresh sushi. A dessert and some refreshments will also be served.
Get the most out of your time in Japan by learning how to make sushi. You won’t have to worry about translation issues, as you’ll have an English-speaking tutor. You'll have a comprehensive experience, and make seven types of nigiri sushi, California rolls, and decorative sushi rolls. Learning from an expert will give you skills for life, and you’ll be able to take recipes and photos of the lesson (in digital form) home with you.
Experience making sushi while drinking wine at a small winery in Yokohama. You can enjoy making oden and soup stock. Anyone can easily have a sushi making experience. Our guide will also guide you through shopping.
You can enjoy a wine experience in a small winery and a glass of Yokohama. First, let's enjoy shopping at Motomachi Shopping Street. Have you ever experienced a vegetable-wine pairing? We think you can make a very new discovery. How to make dashi stock? (kelp, bonito)
And Hotel Pick Up
Shopping Guide bellow;
・Go to “Ishii". This is a Japanese tableware and woodcut shop.
・Go to “Hamamonyo". This is a Japanese style towel store.
Cooking experience centered on vegetables (mainly on Hama vegetables(Local Vegetables))What do you want to experience? Please kindly contact us before.
・ Making experience with [komatsuna sesame]
Make Komatsuna, a specialty of Yokohama City, easy and delicious with sesame seeds. Sesame, which is relatively rare in Europe and the United States, is said to be highly nutritious and effective for anti-aging.The light seasoning is perfect for local wines.
・ Making experience of [Taro galette]
Hence it is a taro that is not so common in Europe and America, to put it in boiled food or soup in Japan, and other ways of eating are not well known. So this time, boiled and crushed taro to mix herbs and cheese into a wine-friendly galette.
・ [A turnip saute] experience