Temakizushi

8,000 JPY PER PERSON
+ VAT 10%
Class duration : 3h30
Age Requirements : 6 and older
Maximum Guests : 4
Minimum Guests : 2
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The class will be held when the minimum number of people signup. We may cancel the class if we don’t have enough people. In that case we will refund the full amount.

Suitable For Vegetarians

Please note, we can replace/remove ingredients as long as we are given a prior notice on your booking.

Dietary Information

Allergens in the menu: egg, crab, salmon, roe, soybeans

We would welcome you contacting us before booking to check on the suitability of ingredients used in the menu if you have any dietary requirements.
Otherwise, please inform us of any dietary requests on booking. If we do not get prior notice we cannot amend arrangements.

No rules! Hand-rolled sushi makes great get-together!

Temaki-sushi (we call it Temakizushi ‘手巻き寿司’), literally “hand-rolled sushi” is another easy-to-make sushi cooked at home. As you can see in my menu list, there are many types of sushi, but I think Temakizushi is best suited for serving a crowd.

It is a great party food because it’s easy to prepare (a host prepares the sushi rice and cut all the fillings beforehand and display everything on the table, and let everyone serve themselves.), and everyone can enjoy making their own hand roll sushi with the fillings they like. When we plan to make Temakizushi for my family, we get ingredients that each member of the family would like. Tuna and shrimps for my father and brother in law, canned tuna, crab meat and eggs for kids, avocado for my sister, and vegetables for everyone. Of course, my mom and I will eat anything 😉

You see why it is the best for parties! Easy, look fabulous, can be served for adults, kids, and vegetarians at the same time, and it’s fun!!

I’ll show you all the basics from cooking rice properly to making seasoned sushi rice and preparing all your ingredients includes Tamagoyaki (egg omelet) and Miso soup from scratch.

There are no rules as to what should go inside. Common traditional ingredients are raw fish and sweet shrimps, salmon roe, cooked prawns, sweet egg omelet, vegetables like cucumber and radish sprouts, and Natto (fermented soybeans). But these days we also enjoy avocado, cheese, smoked salmon, prawn cutlet, and etc..
The possibilities are limitless. Once you learn the basic here, get creative and make Temakizushi with your unique ingredients at home. I’ll be glad to hear from you and know what is your favorite filling!

Remarks

  • Just bring yourself! Aprons are available for free.
  • No need to clean up.
  • Children aged 6 and older are counted as separate participants. If you like to bring children under 6 years old to your class, we recommend you to book a private class. Thank you for your understanding.
  • Take-away is possible except for raw food, but management outside of the classroom is requested by yourself and we are not responsible for any trouble on hygiene. Please bring your own take-away container, ice cooler etc.
  • Price includes lesson, all ingredients, printed recipes and the listed number of drinks.

Cancellation Policy

  • 2 weeks prior to the booked date : full refund
  • 13 days to 4 days week prior to the booked date : 50% refund
  • 3 days prior to the booked date : no refund
  • No show : no refund

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