In the Japanese language, Maki means “roll”. However, when we refer to Maki at Arigato Japan, we generally mean a roll of rice, seaweed, and filler like raw fish (“sashimi”). Sushi, on the other hand, generally refers to sashimi on top of a small pill-shaped clump of rice.
In this fun and engaging class, Arigato Japan shows it students how to make 3 kinds of sushi -Oshizushi (Pressed Sushi ) Temari ( Hand Rolled) and Flower Mosaic maki using the freshest sashimi and vegetables from the local market.
We start by making the perfect sushi rice, a key element to enhance the taste. We then explain the fundamental elements of Japanese home cooking which is your first chance to see, feel and even taste some of the ingredients we will be using. Sprinkled into the preparation and cooking we touch on some history, traditional etiquette, and other fun facts to help paint a more complete picture of the traditions you are learning.
Our Sushi and Maki Lunch Course is served with two side dishes, Osuimono (Clear Broth Soup), Japanese Wagashi (Dessert) and green tea.
*You do not need a PayPal account to purchase this course. You only need a credit card.
**SAME-DAY BOOKING POSSIBLE. Please call this number: 090-6484-9577
Class Schedule and Information
|Times||Mon - Sat|
|Start Time||10:30 AM|
|End Time||12:30 PM|
Each Maki & Sushi class price is all-inclusive including ingredient cost, Japanese dessert and tea.Please see our Locations page to know where to go!