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Sushi Making Experience in Asakusa

Learn how to make popular types of sushi and becombe a sushi master in Asakusa, Tokyo


Sushi is one of Japan's most famous foods. This cooking class in Asakusa will teach you how to make your own sushi at home, and start you off on your path to becoming a sushi master.

Vegan and vegetarian sushi options are available (reservations required at least 3 days in advance).

The types of sushi you will make in this class are:

ae40b0d50b3b4077f388c680358e4014c73c376a.png① Nigiri sushi: (4 types, 8 pieces)
Nigiri sushi is a traditional Japanese dish consisting of a small, hand-pressed mound of vinegared rice topped with a slice of raw or cooked fish, seafood, or other ingredients. It is typically garnished with a dab of wasabi and sometimes wrapped with a thin strip of seaweed (nori). Nigiri sushi highlights the freshness and flavor of high-quality ingredients, making it a popular and iconic type of sushi.

② Maki sushi: (8 pieces)
Maki sushi, or roll sushi, is a popular type of sushi around the world, where ingredients are wrapped in rice.


You can combine your sushi with sake, and try three different types of Japanese sake. Please tell us when you book if you would like to try the sake pairing.

The activity schedule:
① Learn about the history of sushi. (10 minutes)
② Maki sushi and nigiri sushi making class. (70 minutes)
③ Eat your handmade sushi! (30 minutes)

Cancellation policy:
・Within 24 hours: no refund.
・Within 72 hours: 50% refund.


・Learn about the history of Japanese sushi
・Get taught how to make your own sushi including roll sushi and nigiri sushi
・Try 3 different kinds of sake that match the sushi


・ Confirmation will be sent within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
・ Wheelchair accessible
・ Stroller accessible

  Price ¥13,000 per person

① Sake tasting:Additional ¥3,000 per person

  Duration 110 minutes
  Hours of availability



・English speaking teacher
・All ingredients for sushi


・Sake tasting (extra cost)
・Transport to/from the sushi school

  Participants 1-15

Arrival Point

5th floor, 2-1-13 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line “Asakusa Station” 1 minute walk from Exit 4

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