Enjoy the captivating world of traditional Japanese sushi-making with this exclusive hands-on class in the historic Asakusa district. Led by expert chefs, you’ll master the intricate techniques of rice preparation and sushi assembly, crafting delectable rolls using the finest ingredients. But the experience doesn’t end there – complement your culinary journey with a sake tasting session, delving into the nuanced flavors and serving methods of this revered Japanese beverage. This inclusive, accessible class offers a unique opportunity to discover the vibrant culinary traditions of Japan. Prepare to indulge your senses and expand your culinary horizons.

Key Points

[New!] Sushi Making Experience + Japanese Sake Set!! - Key Points

• Immersive hands-on sushi making class in the historic Asakusa district, guided by expert chefs.
• Includes a premium Japanese sake tasting experience with expert guidance on flavor profiles and pairings.
• Accessible experience for most travelers, including wheelchair users and those with infants sitting on laps.
• Conveniently located near public transportation, with a short taxi ride from major hotels.
• Consistently high-rated for knowledgeable instruction, fresh ingredients, and the authentic, hands-on sushi-making experience.

Sushi Making Class in Asakusa

[New!] Sushi Making Experience + Japanese Sake Set!! - Sushi Making Class in Asakusa

The sushi making class in Asakusa offers participants a hands-on experience in the art of traditional Japanese sushi preparation. Located in the historic Asakusa district, the class takes place in a comfortable and authentic setting.

Participants will learn from expert sushi chefs who guide them through the entire process, from properly preparing the rice to artfully assembling the sushi rolls. The class includes all the necessary ingredients, ensuring everyone can create delicious sushi to enjoy.

With the class’s convenient location near public transportation, it’s an accessible experience for visitors looking to enjoy Japanese culinary traditions. Whether you’re a sushi enthusiast or simply curious to learn, this class provides a unique and memorable opportunity.

Inclusions and Accessibility

This sushi making experience includes a complete sushi meal, with all the necessary ingredients covered in the cost. Plus, the package features a Japanese sake set, allowing participants to savor authentic Japanese beverages alongside their homemade sushi.

The class location is wheelchair and stroller friendly, and service animals are welcome. The class can also accommodate infants, who must sit on laps during the experience.

The sushi making class takes place in Asakusa, a conveniently located area with easy access to public transportation. Participants can expect to receive their booking confirmation within 48 hours, subject to availability.

The experience may not be suitable for pregnant travelers or those with heart problems or other serious medical conditions.

Meeting and Pickup Location

[New!] Sushi Making Experience + Japanese Sake Set!! - Meeting and Pickup Location

The sushi making class takes place at the Sushi Making Tokyo Cooking Class in Asakusa, located at 2-chōme-1-13 Kaminarimon, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0034, Japan. Participants meet and are picked up from this convenient central location, which is easily accessible via public transportation.

Transportation Options Directions Travel Time
Train 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station 10 minutes
Bus Bus stop right outside the venue 5 minutes
Taxi Short 5-minute ride from major hotels 10 minutes

The meeting point offers a seamless start to this immersive sushi making and sake tasting experience in the heart of Tokyo.

Confirmation and Availability

Upon booking, customers receive confirmation within 48 hours, subject to availability.

The sushi making and sake tasting experience is popular, so early reservations are recommended to secure a spot.

The experience isn’t suitable for pregnant travelers or those with serious medical conditions like heart problems. However, most travelers can participate, including those using wheelchairs or strollers.

The class location is conveniently located near public transportation, and infants are welcome to attend while sitting on laps.

Recommendations and Restrictions

[New!] Sushi Making Experience + Japanese Sake Set!! - Recommendations and Restrictions

While the sushi making and sake tasting experience is open to most travelers, there are a few key recommendations and restrictions to consider.

Pregnant individuals and those with serious medical conditions like heart problems shouldn’t participate, as the class may not be suitable for their needs. Plus, infants must sit on laps during the experience.

The class is, however, wheelchair and stroller accessible, and service animals are welcome.

It’s important to note that the experience isn’t recommended for those with mobility issues or other medical concerns that could impact their ability to fully participate.

Japanese Sake Set Experience

Alongside the sushi making experience, participants can also enjoy a Japanese sake set, allowing them to delve deeper into the rich cultural traditions of Japanese beverages.

The sake set includes:

  1. A selection of premium Japanese sakes, each with its unique flavor profile and history.
  2. Guidance from a sake expert who’ll explain the production process, tasting notes, and pairing recommendations.
  3. Traditional sake serving vessels, such as a wooden masu box, to enhance the authentic experience.
  4. An opportunity to compare and contrast different sake varieties, expanding one’s appreciation for this revered Japanese drink.

This sake experience complements the hands-on sushi making, creating a well-rounded culture for participants.

Sushi Meal and Ingredients

The sushi-making experience includes a full sushi meal, with participants crafting an assortment of traditional sushi rolls using fresh, high-quality ingredients.

During the class, attendees will learn how to properly prepare and shape the sushi rice, as well as how to slice and arrange the various fillings, such as freshly caught fish, crisp vegetables, and creamy avocado.

Under the guidance of an experienced sushi chef, you will have the opportunity to create a variety of maki-style rolls, showcasing their newly acquired sushi-making skills.

The sushi meal is complemented by the included Japanese sake set, allowing guests to fully enjoy the flavors and traditions of Japanese cuisine.

Reviews and Ratings

[New!] Sushi Making Experience + Japanese Sake Set!! - Reviews and Ratings

With a total of 6 reviews, the sushi-making experience and Japanese sake set has earned high praise from participants. Customers consistently highlight the knowledgeable instruction provided by the experienced sushi chef, as well as the opportunity to craft an assortment of traditional sushi rolls using fresh, high-quality ingredients.

Many reviewers also commend the included sake tasting, which allows them to further enjoy Japanese culinary traditions.

The experience has received the following ratings:

  1. 5 stars: ‘Fantastic sushi and sake experience!’
  2. 5 stars: ‘A must-do in Tokyo!’
  3. 4 stars: ‘Enjoyed learning to make sushi, but sake portion was small.’
  4. 5 stars: ‘Loved the authentic, hands-on sushi-making class.’

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Customize the Sushi Fillings to My Dietary Needs?

Guests can likely customize the sushi fillings to accommodate dietary needs. The cooking class description states the sushi meal is included, suggesting some flexibility in the ingredients. Inquiring with the host ahead of time can help ensure specific dietary requirements are met.

How Long Does the Sushi Making Experience Typically Last?

The sushi making experience typically lasts around 1-2 hours, including time for preparing and crafting the sushi as well as enjoying the final meal. The exact duration may vary depending on the specific details of the class.

Is There an Option to Purchase Additional Sake Servings?

The sushi-making experience does not explicitly mention an option to purchase additional sake servings. However, customers can likely inquire about this at the time of booking or upon arrival to see if it’s possible.

Can I Bring My Own Sake to the Sushi Making Class?

The sushi making class does not allow participants to bring their own sake. However, a Japanese sake set is included in the experience, so there’s no need to provide your own. Guests must consume the provided sake during the class.

Do I Need to Have Any Prior Sushi Making Experience?

The sushi making experience does not require any prior sushi-making experience. The class provides all the necessary instruction and guidance to learn the art of sushi-making, even for those new to the craft.


This immersive sushi-making experience in Asakusa provides a unique opportunity to learn traditional Japanese culinary techniques from expert chefs.

Participants will create delectable sushi rolls using fresh, high-quality ingredients, complemented by a premium sake tasting session.

The inclusive class offers an accessible way to discover the vibrant flavors and rich cultural heritage of Japanese cuisine in an authentic setting.

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