Make Sushi & Dashimaki (Japanese Omelet) at Sasebo, Nagasaki

Overview

At a long-running seafood restaurant in Sasebo, learn to make bite-sized nigiri sushi, rolled maki sushi, and 'dashimaki' (Japanese rolled omelet)! You'll wear a sushi chef's uniform and use fresh ingredients from Sasebo Fish Market.

Highlights

  • Make dashimaki omelet and two different types of sushi with fresh, locally sourced ingredients
  • Enjoy the fruits of your labor for lunch, and take home English-language recipes afterward
  • Flexible options — for the sushi toppings, choose from either raw fish or cooked ingredients
  • Appreciate Sasebo's specialties: not only seafood, but also Mikawachi porcelain
  • An immersive experience — wear a sushi chef's uniform as you make food in a traditional Japanese room

Key Information

Important Information

• Participants must be aged 5 or older • Guests aged 18 and under must be accompanied by a guardian • A minimum of 2 participants is required for us to accept your booking • We cannot accommodate food allergies; if you are allergic to seafood, soy, and/or eggs, please do not book this activity • If you want to make 2 additional pieces of maguro (tuna) nigiri sushi, please book the relevant add-on before checkout. Please note that this type of sushi uses raw fish

Description

At a renowned, long-running seafood restaurant in Sasebo, Nagasaki, wear a sushi chef's uniform and make two different types of sushi, plus 'dashimaki' (Japanese rolled omelet)! Being a port town, Sasebo is known for its fresh seafood, so you will use fresh ingredients from Sasebo Fish Market for this experience. For the sushi toppings, choose from either raw fish or cooked ingredients. After making dashimaki, you will make bite-sized nigiri sushi (also spelled 'nigiri-zushi') and rolled maki sushi (also spelled 'maki-zushi), as well as dashimaki. Then, sit down to feast on the fruits of your labor for lunch! Take in the ambiance of the venue — a traditional Japanese room — and appreciate Sasebo's specialties: not only seafood, but also its homegrown, high-quality porcelain, Mikawachi ware. Your sushi and dashimaki will be served with soy sauce in an elegant Mikawachi porcelain dish. Finally, after the activity, take home some English-language recipes so that you can make sushi yourself at home!

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