Experience Making Pretty Decorated Sushi in Nagoya

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Decorating sushi is one of the Japanese culinary arts. In addition to this you can make steamed egg custard, Japanese salad and Japanese pickles. Fumie is a close friend of mine who is interested in cross cultural exchange. She speaks fluent English.

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  • Easy access from downtown Nagoya
  • Visit a family sized house
  • Learn making decoration sushi rolls
  • There are many temples near the house
  • You can choose making one type of sushi from 9 kinds

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Meet at ticket gate of Kami-Otai Station of Meitetsu line. (10 minutes from Nagoya Station)


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Meet your host :
Akiko
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
  • English (Fluent)
  • Español (Beginner)

I was born in Osaka, grew up in a suburb of Nagoya. I have been interested in food ever since.

When I was a kid, my mother was not so good at cooking. When I was in highschool, I used to make my bento myself. I've been cooking everyday for almost 40 years. After graduating from high school, I studied abroad in a college in California. Then I moved to L.A. where I met my husband who was a chief cook of a restaurant in Little Tokyo. He is so picky about food because his mother was an excellent cook. Thanks to them, I have countless recipes now.
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