Veggie Sushi Cooking near Asakusa
・Gunkan Sushi (Battle ship Sushi)
I teach you how to make Veggie Sushi not only for vegetarian people, but also for the people who are not able to eat fish.
In my session of Kawaii Cooking, you can learn about how to cook two different types of Sushi with seasonal vegetables.
Oshi Sushi : pressed by an exclusive wooden mold. I named it “Petit Four Sushi” because looks like a French cake with a colorful decoration.
Battle ship Sushi : small round pretty Sushi made with wrapping film.
I teach you how to make Sushi rice, prepare ingredients and how to hold Sushi with Japanese kitchen tools.
After you make tasty Veggie Sushi, let's decorate a your own good-looking plate.
ALL KINDS OF MY VEGGIE SUSHI DON'T CONTAIN ANY ANIMAL PRODUCTS
NEITHER FISH STOCK.
I hope that these experiences become the highlight of your trip and could be useful when you throw a home party when you get home.
My motto is making people happy through cooking and eating delicious food.
I will teach you only the dishes that I'm very confident in preparing.
For classes availabilities, please feel free to ask me .
More information https://www.facebook.com/KawaiiCookingTokyo/?modal=admin_todo_tour
I am a certified instructor and specializing in Japanese Cooking Classes for international visitors. I have experienced to teach them various Japanese dishes in Japan and foreign countries.
In my twenties and thirties, I lived in Italy. During those years I was invited by many Italian friends to their homes and enjoyed many delicious homemade meals. I realized that spending time over a shared meal was a fantastic cross culture experience. When I got back to Japan I decided to teach Japanese cooking to international visitors. I have enormous experience holding home parties.
I had a memorable experience cooking class with Keiko. She was so friendly and lovely like her veggie sushi. Can’t wait to share the cooking time with her new menu. Thank you aKeiko and thank you air kitchen.
isla ,United Kingdom
Really enjoyed the class, got to make some amazing vegan sushi and try loads of ingredients I’d never used before I took a lot away from it.
Keiko’s kitchen is based out on the suburbs of Japan so it was a cool experience going to a different part of Tokyo that is much more peaceful and reserved. Keiko has great English skills and is easy to understand. She teaches in a very easy manner and the sushi we made ended up being super declioius! Would highly recommend her!!!!
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 Asakusa Station: 5mins
Free pick up service
This host can pick up you for free from the closest station!
Exact location provided after booking.