1. Japan
  2. Kyoto Prefecture
  3. Kyoto

Kyoto: Authentic Japanese Art Sushi Roll Lesson

Product ID: 292735
See gallery
Learn how to make Kazarimaki (the art sushi roll), one of the special ways to make sushi rolls. Crafted with special styles, you can make sushi rolls in a beautiful flower pattern or with a very traditional Japanese look.
About this activity
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
Mobile ticketing
Duration 1 hour
Starting times 12:30 PM, 6:30 PM
Instant confirmation
Instructor
English, Japanese
Booklets
English, Japanese
Wheelchair accessible

Select participants, date, and language:

Loading...

Experience

Highlights
  • Learn the history of sushi rolls from local experts
  • Make beautiful sushi rolls that cannot be found in restaurants
  • Take away the skills to make the recipe again at home
Full description
Make sushi rolls that look like a beautiful flower during this fun and crafty lesson with local experts. Made using rice vinegar, sugar, sesame, ginger, vegetables, and nori (seaweed), you will learn about the essential history and trivia of sushi rolls. Wear a beautiful komono and enjoy fresh Japanese tea and water during the class.

Japanese sushi rolls were first created between 1750 and 1776 during the Edo period (1603-1868) when the popular culture blossomed. At that time, sushi made using sake and vinegar spread and a wide variety of foods became popular. In the early 1800s, sushi that could be made quickly using vinegar became mainstream. In the Showa period, sushi rolls began to made in a more complicated pattern.

Using special recipes and ingredients, you will acquire the skills to continue making beautiful sushi rolls at home.
Includes
  • Japanese tea and water
  • Kimono during the class
  • Original recipe booklet
  • Certification from SAKURA
Not suitable for
  • Children under 4 years

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

SAKURA Experience Japanese Culture In Kyoto 6F, KUS Bldg. 408 Shimomaruyacho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto

Open in Google Maps ⟶
Important information
Know before you go
• The building is accessible to wheelchairs and baby strollers
• In order to make the ornate patterns, natural edible pigments are used for the purpose of coloring the rice
• Video recording is not allowed

From US$ 63.36 per person

Organized by