Have you ever made sushi rolls yourself?
For sushi is widely popular, there are various arranged sushi rolls all around the world. It is also famous as a house party menu, so some of you might have made it before. Still, there are not a lot of opportunities to experience cooking Japanese homely sushi rolls, right?
This decorative sushi roll experience is recommended for those who made sushi rolls before, as well as for those who have never made one!
You can make lovely and homely decorative sushi rolls using Kyoto’s special safflower and carefully-selected additive-free ingredients. Making decorative sushi rolls shows your personality, and it would be great to make for your family and friends after going back to your country.
The teacher is a Japanese drum player as well, so you can experience playing the drum too!
Recommendation Points・You can make unique and lovely decorative sushi rolls
・The original menu using Kyoto’s special safflower
・You can touch three types of Japanese drums, and play them too
The shape of the face on each sushi roll will be unique; try comparing it with somebody else’s. The face you made looks a bit like you perhaps…
No matter how well or bad it turns out, your hand-made sushi will taste special. You can have miso soup and safflower tea along with sushi.
We were happy to have the opportunity to learn about Japanese culture!!
Message from Staff
|Contents||Decorative sushi roll making experience|
・3 days prior to your scheduled day : 50% |
・On the day: 100%
|Group||1 people~up to 10 people|
|Notes for children||4 years old~|
Small children must be accompanied by parents.
|Address||38-1, Hirano Sakuragicho, Kita-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 603-8364, Japan|
1 minute walk from Wara Tenjin Mae bus stop
|Notes||Let us know if you have food allergies|