-Sushi art rolls
-"Koji" marinated pork & mushrooms grilled over magnolia leaf with "Hohba-miso"
-Green vegetable "Ohitashi"
-Matcha ice cream
-Delicious regional Japanese sake (if you wish to)
You will make a beautiful sushi art roll and seasonal Japanese dishes in our cooking class, supervised by our food experts Meg & Nana.
Arriving at the place, you will learn about fundamental ingredients in Japanese cuisine, and make various sauces from scratch. We use ingredients from different areas of Japan. After making the side dishes, you will challenge yourself to do your best sushi art roll!
Then you will enjoy lunch all together. It is also a chance to know more about Japanese culture and manners. You will also have the chance to taste local sake from Japan.
To not forget all what you did, we will provide a detailed recipe booklet.
It will be a great memory to have a 100% hand-made Japanese lunch.
A staff or instructor wearing the "Odyssey Japan" apron will will pick you up at Shinjuku-gyoen-mae station, on the top of the stairs of exit 2, at 10:50
The instructor will welcome you. After introducing each others around a drink, they will explain everything you need to know about today's menu and seasonings.
Our cooking class covers several Japanese basic seasonings, like dashi or miso, but also sesame dressing or teriyaki. Not only you will learn what they are and their importance in Japanese cuisine but you will also make them from scratch!
After preparing the side dishes, time to get your hand at the main piece of the day : sushi art rolls. First you will cook proper rice for sushi and then learn the multi-layer rolling technique to make beautiful sushi rolls! You will make your own roll but the instructor is always there if you are in a pinch!
Enjoy your meal all together with your fellow participants and the instructor. It is a perfect time to exchange deeper about Japanese food culture or any other subject. For those who don't mind a drink, we have delicious regional Japanese sake to offer!
You will get to know a lot of Japanese food and seasonings, so we prepare a detailed recipe booklet for you. All the instructions, quantities, rolling techniques, is described with pictures, so you can reproduce it again with perfection!
Hello. I am Mie, the organizer of this cooking class, supported by ANA Strategic Research Institute. I am also assisting our teachers! Let me introduce our teachers Meg & Nana, former cabin attendants of ANA, the Japanese airline.
Meg : I had a managing carrier in the airline but shifted to be a fermentation food specialist. I launched a company, published a book, and I am holding regular radio programs on how the fermented foods affect the human body.
Nana : I have a long term life in the US after leaving ANA, and used to introduce Japanese food cooking and table manners in the local communities. "OMOTENASHI" is one of my lifeworks.
Both knowledgeable, talkative and friendly teachers, we will bring to you a cozy atmosphere and a joyful time to discover real Japanese food culture and cooking techniques from the first step!
The closest station
How to get to the station?
From Shinjuku Station: 5mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.
Yes, Sushi Art & Japanese Cooking Class has a vegetarian option.
Up to 6 people can join Mie's cooking class.
Duration of this cooking class is 3 hours.
It costs 9900 per person.
Please go to Shinjuku-gyoen-mae station which takes 5 mins from Shinjuku Station. Then Mie (host) will pick you up there!
Yes, Sushi Art & Japanese Cooking Class has a vegan option.
You will receive the confirmation within 24 hours.
We accepts these cards on airKitchen.
Cancellations up to 48 hours prior to the class begins will be fully refunded by the airKitchen cancellation policy.