Learn one of Japan’s most popular culinary arts, sushi-making, during this afternoon class in Osaka. You'll churn out rolls like a pro under the guidance of a local professional and licensed chef. You'll also learn how to make Taiyaki for dessert. After the 2.5-hour lesson, enjoy dinner with your small group, which is limited to six people to ensure an intimate experience. Upgrade to include a sampling of Japanese sake (rice wine) or local beer.
Meet your professional instructor, a licensed chef, at Mondo-yakujin station in front of west gate in Nisinomiya city nearby home where your 2.5-hour sushi-making lesson takes place. Mondo-yakujin station is a very close to central Osaka,only 15～20 min by Umeda/Osaka(Osaka main station) to here by hankyu train. Watch as your instructor prepares sushi rice, followed by a demo on how to make sushi the professional way, which includes rolling sashimi (thinly sliced raw fish) and other fresh ingredients into dried seaweed called nori. When it's your turn, enjoy plenty of practice using the various fillings and techniques that with the group. Once you complete your hands-on lesson, gather with your fellow sushi connoisseurs to bite into the rolls, which are served alongside miso soup, a Japanese omelet and other snacks. After eating, learn how to make Taiyaki for dessert. Upgrade to pair local sake and Osaka-brewed beer with your dishes. You can enjoy six tastings of Japanese sake, or four types of sake and one bottle of local beer.