It's time to get creative in this fun sushi-making class, where you'll learn the art of kazarimaki – also known as decorative sushi rolls.
This playful form of sushi uses natural colors and ingredients to create sushi with decorative patterns, ranging from simple flowers to cartoon characters.
Kazarimaki can be difficult to make without learning from a professional, even for Japanese people, and you won't normally find it being sold in sushi shops or restaurants.
We also offer traditional Japanese clothing for those who'd like to change before the class starts (kimono for women, samue for men, and dougi and yukata for kids).
After the class, you'll receive a certificate from SAKURA, an original recipe booklet, and photos that we'll send to you via email.
You also have the option to choose from a variety of sake, beer and wine which are made in Kyoto. Soft drinks are also available.
Get to know your instructors for this class.
The class schedule is flexible and will be adjusted according to your request.
Below is the overview of the time frame of the entire cooking class.
Total class duration: 90 minutes
Vous recevrez la confirmation de votre réservation dans les 24 heures suivant votre demande. Une fois confirmée, veuillez présenter votre numéro de référence à l’école de cuisine.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
Yushi-An, 305 Oikenocho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-Shi, Kyoto prefecture JAPAN
Meet at 604-8006 6th floor, KUS Bldg.408 Shimomaruyacho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto Japan.
Please reach 10 minutes before the start of our cooking class (For changing into our traditional Japanese clothes if you like).