Tokyo's close proximity to the sea meant fresh seafood could be harvested and used in early sushi rolls. This is how "Edomae sushi" was born, "Edo" referencing the prior name of Japan's capital. In Tokyo today, learn how to make traditional sushi rolls in a variety of styles.
Great experience! Good English speaking guide, many different kinds of sushi being made (you learn a lot) and enough of them to get you fulfilled. :)
It was really interesting to learn about Japanese sushi and culture. Thank you for including both perspectives.
Mikako’s class ticked all the boxes. She’s very patient, enthusiastic and happy to answer any questions we had. And the food we made was delicious!
Hi Nobu and Kaya !! It was fantastic to meet you both. And thanks for show me have to make sushi in your amazing restaurant !! I give you 5 star out of 5. THANKS !! Br. Ulisse.
Super authentic, super welcoming, couldn't have asked for a more authentic "homemade" family style eating event. Thank you so much! Highly recommended!
All sushi making classes on airKitchen are offered in English. See the full list Sushi making classes in Tokyo offered in English
Some of the best sushi making classes in Shinjuku include Most Authentic SUSHI COOKING EXPERIENCE From Master chef In Tokyo (2HRS CLASS 10:30〜12:30).
On average sushi making classes in Tokyo cost ¥6,890 per person (based on airKitchen prices).
When it comes to Japanese food, sushi is one of the dishes that immediately comes to mind. The different ways in which sushi is prepared and eaten, as well as the various ingredients used, reflect fundamental parts of Japanese culture. Through a cooking class with a local, you’ll learn the proper skills and ratios to make delicious sushi on your own!
Learning how to make sushi from a local in their home offers an intimate peek into Japanese culture that’s hard to replicate elsewhere – surely not by merely eating at a Tokyo sushi restaurant. After you’ve finished making your sushi, you’ll have the opportunity to sit down and share a meal with your Japanese host.
What better souvenir to remember your time in Tokyo by than newfound knowledge of how to make your own authentic sushi? You’ll be able to recreate a taste of your Tokyo memories at home – and impress your friends and family with your new sushi skills!