Discover Oshi (pressed )Sushi and Tonyu Nabe (soy milk pot)
Oshi (pressed )Sushi and Tonyu Nabe (soy milk pot )
There are various types of sushi and one very famous Japanese Food is Oshi Sushi.
Oshi Sushi or 'pressed sushi` is a type of Sushi that is made by placing ingredients in a box and pressing down on them.
Learn how to make perfect sushi rice and make a colorful “pressed” sushi .
We will also learn through demonstration and hands-on on how to make ingredients to decorate our 'pressed' sushi like fresh seasonal vegetable, fish and “Kinshi” thin thread eggs. Ingredients that are easily available in your country .
To add to the “pressed “ sushi we will cook Tonyu Nabe (soy milk pot)
Here we have a delicious and nutritious, sweet, rounded, and delicate in flavour, soothing soup. It is a very popular dish in Japan, often served in ryokan (Japanese inns) or tofu restaurants.
I've made each step as simple as possible so that it's easy for you to replicate the dishes back home.
This sessions are only held on Thursday
Session Time: 10:30-13:00
Sushi (寿司, 鮨) is a Japanese dish of specially prepared vinegared rice (鮨飯 sushi-meshi), usually with some sugar and salt, combined with a variety of ingredients (ネタ neta), such as seafood (most commonly and often raw), vegetables, and occasionally tropical fruits.
Styles of sushi and its presentation vary widely, but the key ingredient is "sushi rice", also referred to as shari (しゃり), or sumeshi (酢飯).
Since I was a child I develop the love of cooking, that love of cooking pave way for me to gain macrobiotic instructor qualification. A macrobiotic diet is an eating approach that stems from Asian traditions that emphasize consuming mostly plant-based (vegetarian) proteins, low amounts of animal foods and fats, and a balance of different micro- and macronutrients that support yin-yang energy balance in the body. I want to cook healthy and nutritious food for my health and discover more to share to others. I am also certified by the Chinese government as a chinese tea sommelier and nutritionists, etc. I am currently working as a nutritionist as well as a cooking demonstrator.
I have experienced long-term stay in Thailand and experienced studying abroad in the Philippines.
I believe that there is connection to eating and mind. I hope to convey the depth of Japanese culture through Japanese food, including discoveries gained through nutrition counseling.
How it works
Visit a Japanese local's home and learn to cook their specialty.
Step2 Enjoy your meal!
Eat the authentic homemade Japanese meal with your Japanese host. Take the opportunity to have a genuine conversation with a local Japanese Person.
The closest station
How to get to the station?
・From Tokyo Station:24 mins
Exact location provided after booking.