Traditional Sushi in Shibuya
-Sushi (temari, nigiri and gunkan-maki)
-Chawan-mushi (Japanese steamed egg custard)
*Temari zushi is ball-shaped sushi with a topping of fresh seafood, or vegetables.
*Nigiri zushi is hand-formed sushi with a topping of seafood, etc.
*Gunkanmaki is nori wrapped style sushi, making a small space with the rolling nori on the top of the rice ball and enabling sushi chef to place salmon roe ,sea urchin and other things which are something fluid there.
*We use salmon, tuna, egg, cucumber, shrimps, etc for ingredients but they will change depending on the season.
*If you're interested in Japanese sake, plus on fee is JPY 700 per person, pay when arrival.
Friday &Saturday lunch & dinner
*Please choose lunch session or dinner session.
Sushi is very popular all over the world. Let's make sushi together! The taste which you made must be special.
Our sushi class includes three kinds of sushi (temari, nigiri and gunkan-maki), chawan-mushi (Japanese steamed egg custard) and miso soup. Just enjoy making sushi, talking and food. If you don't know chawan-mushi, try it! Very yummy. And you can learn how to make real miso soup. It's absolutely different from instant one. You will know culture and history,too.
Our kitchen studio is several minute walk from famous Shibuya crossing. It's easy to find.
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).
Emi is passionate about cooking traditional Japanese home-style dishes.
After years of learning from three renowned chefs, she became a culinary expert who can prepare almost any authentic Japanese dish or Washoku.
She recently decided to run her own cooking class to share her passion for food and Tokyo life with fellow foodies.
A Tokyo native, Emi enjoys meeting travelers and learning about other cultures.
She adores food from every corner of the globe but is also passionate about Japanese cuisine and teas, in addition to cats, photography and hiking!
She has a deep interest in nutrition science and values using the freshest, top quality ingredients. Your healthy and well seasoned meal is guaranteed to be fresh.
She serves her meals on fine dining tableware, cutlery and utensils, so have your cameras ready for a fun photo journey of Japanese cuisine.
A group with more than 7 people needs to be booked hopefully three weeks before, at least one week before the experience
Take the Hachiko exit out of Shibuya station. Cross the famous Shibuya crosswalk, go straight until you see a large store called 'MODI'. Take a left at the store and keep walking until you pass the Disney store, MUJI and a cafe called 'Cafe Miyama' on your left. My cooking studio is in the building called 'Yamate Mansion' which is adjacent to the cafe. Go through the automatic door and take the elevator to the 9th floor, #906. You will see a signboard saying 'Emi's kitchen' on the door.
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:20 mins
Exact location provided after booking.