This is a makizushi lesson using traditional Japanese ingredients. Makizushi is a type of sushi that has been eaten in Japan for centuries. In Japan, it is usually eaten on February 3, Setsubun day.
You will use a tool called makisu, made of bamboo, to roll the ingredients.
These days, makizushi can be made with a variety of ingredients, but this time we will make the traditional makizushi that has been eaten in Japan for a long time. In Japan, makisu can be bought very inexpensively.
I hope you will learn how to roll it and try making it after you return to your home country.
Make makizushi with traditional Japanese ingredients.
・kanikama (crab stick）
It is one of the vegetables, very long, sliced thinly, and dried.
It is often used as an ingredient in makizushi.
Kanikama (crab stick）
It is a fish paste that tastes and looks like crab.
10:45 am: Meet at Hoshigaoka station
11:00 am: Introduction of today’s recipes and preparation
11:15 am: Demonstration and cooking lesson
1:15 pm: Tasting party
2:00 pm: End of class
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
182 Meitou Honmachi, Meitou-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Meet up at Hoshigaoka station (Higashiyama line). My place is about 10 minutes walk from the station.