Sushi is the best popular food of Japan and Sushi restaurant is everywhere in the world nowadays.
However, a small number of people have had an experience of making sushi.
So our Tokyo Foodrink Tour offers special opportunity of sushi making class taught by a professional sushi chef.
First of all, we are going to Tsukiji fish market. Tsukiji fish market is the world's biggest seafood market.
There are many Japanese unique foods and fresh fish.
Our knowledgeable guide tours there and show important elements of Japanese culinary culture.
Then we're going to make sushi by yourself.
We provide certifications on weekdays. Please write all the guests name in the Comments section while booking so we can prepare your certificates before.
Tsukiji Honganji Temple, (in front of the main gate)
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.
A refund of 85% will be made if the customer cancels the reservation one week in advance. No refund will be made for cancellations made within less than 48 hours prior to the activity.
It was very interesting to explore the market with a local. She explained a lot about the products. The sushi class was diverted. It gives you an idea about how to make it.
It was a really awesome and unique experience. I had so much fun and learned how to make sushi! The guide was really nice and the food was great! This is a must do
The tour was straightforward and gave us insight to the going ona about Tsukiji Fish Market. The best part was having fun making fresh sushi with the chef!
Our tour with Kazu-san was fantastic. He was very polite and enthusiastic. He educated us not only about the fish market and its wares, but also on the dynamic and atmosphere of various sections of the market. I'm sure any guide could assemble the same knowledge that Kazu-san demonstrated, but his familiarity with the surrounding businesses and business owners made the tour more personal and interesting. Furthermore, he provided a variety of souvenirs for us to remember the trip by at none of our expense. Perhaps they were sponsored by the company or provided for in our fee, but his humble, courteous character and kindhearted, cheery attitude puts any doubt about his good intention to rest. A fantastic guide, one I'd love to travel with and get to know another time.