In this cooking class, we will enjoy Temari sushi and miso bowl or miso soup. We will learn about sushi and the history of Asakusa, and we will make and eat Temari sushi from sushi rice.
In order for people who live in Japan and people who come from abroad to enjoy themselves, we will prepare dishes while learning about the history of Asakusa and the history of sushi together with staff who can speak English and have a lot of overseas experience.
Groups of 2 to 25 people can also participate. In addition, it is a course recommended for families with children because it is content that can be experienced by small children. Our class is structured so that participants have fun while communicating with each other.
I would be happy if we could create fun memories together while gazing at the scenery of Asakusa, which is full of downtown atmosphere. We are looking forward to your reservation. Please feel free to join us.
A small, rolly, and cute Temari sushi. It's quite difficult to make bite-sized sushi. Various ingredients can be freely arranged.
It is a convenient item for hospitality and parties.
The duration of the class is for 2 hours.
1. Sushi quiz (common to all courses) - Have fun learning about the history of sushi and Asakusa with quizzes!
2. Shari (common to all courses) - Let's all cut up the freshly cooked rice for sushi♪
3. Practice the basics of making temari sushi
4. Create original temari sushi - Create your own original temari sushi by combining your favorite ingredients
5. Homemade miso ball (miso soup) selection
If it’s sunny, take a commemorative photo on the terrace with a spectacular river view!
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
5F, 2-1-13 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034
WASHOKU 5th floor, 2-1-13 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0034
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line "Asakusa Station" Exit 4
1 minute walk. Toei Asakusa Line "Asakusa Station" Exit A3
2 minutes walk. Walk 10m toward "Azuma-bridge" from Burger King at Exit 4 of Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. There is a shop on the 5th floor of that building.