＊Experience of Sushi making ( 2 hours ) and Sushi Party ( 1 hour )
I teach you how to make traditional Japanese Sushi such as Hand-shaped Sushi, Thin-roll Sushi and Ship-shaped Sushi.
After making Sushi by yourself, we eat Sushi together in Sushi party.
On the ground from No. 3 exit at Gokokuji station on the Yurakucho subway Line. (at the side of a convenience store)
You can enjoy a family atmosphere at a Japanese house while making Sushi. You can also see a tatami-matted room with an traditional Japanese alcove.
With some souvenirs ( recipes for Sushi making, a Japanese towel )
Gokokuji station [ Seven stops （20 minutes ) from Yurakucho station on the Yurakucho Subway Line ］
You can enjoy a homey atmosphere in a Japanese house .
Sushi made by yourself using very fresh ingredients of raw fish is so unique and beautiful that you will never experience again anywhere.
You can make Sushi with a very kind and detailed explanation while having fun.
My house is situated inside the Yamanote Line.
You can visit your destination easily by public transportation from my house after this program.
Some sweets, some souvenirs and teaching fees.
Transportation fee (from your hotel to my house)
Sushi ingredients (payment on the day, about JPY 7000-8000 / Group)
(Flower Arrangement at my house in Tokyo)
I can teach the Flower Arrangement at 10:00 to 16:00 on weekdays and weekends, but when you book my Flower Arranging class, please do it on weeks (Monday to Friday morning) because the flower shop nearby my house is closed on weekends.
I prepare for a variety of ingredients of Sushi-making.
Fresh ingredients such as cucumber, avocado, egg omelette with Japanese taste are used in addition to sliced raw fish.
Please let me know about ingredients you can't eat in advance.
I can also teach you Sushi-making for "halal" if you hope to do that. In this case, please let me know it in advance.
The flower arranging was a fun and unique experience. Masako was so friendly and patient even my husband had a great time. Would highly recommend for anyone interested in learning more about Japanese culture.
Dear Suzanna, Thank you for sending me a great review about my Flower Arranging class. I'm so glad to know you enjoyed it, especially your husband did. I hope you'll practice the flower arrangement in your home as much as you can and learn more about Japanese culture. Thank you so much. Masako
I had a great day with Masako, learning the basic of flower arrangement Japanese style. She welcome me in her house where we ate delicious Japanese sweets from her local confectionary shop. It was a really nice touch. I will try to put her learning in practice when I go back home. Masako is warm and friendly, and I truly had an enjoyable time. Thanks so much!
Dear Nathalie, Thank you for your fabulous review about my flower arrangement program. I'm so happy to know that you had an enjoyable time then. And more I could easily remind you by a picture with your flower arrangement. I appreciate it very much. I hope you'd like arranging flowers in Japanese styles. Thanks, again, Masako
My friend and I received an excellent introduction to Ikebana. Masako made us feel very wellcome in her nice house, her instructions were clear and we communicated well. All in all a very pleasant encounter with Japanese culture.
My dear Monique V. Thank you for giving me a good comment. I was happy that I could teach ladies from Germany how to make flowers and what Japanese culture is. I hope you'll make flower arrangement beautifully by yourself in your country and I am expecting you that you will email me about the result of flower arrangement by your own. See you around, Masako
My mom, daughter, and I had a great time making sushi with Masako. Masako was very patient with us and provided helpful instructions and tips for making delicious sushi. I was impressed by her ability to deal with my 5-year-old daughter who was doing laps around the kitchen table for part of the class. This was also our only chance to go inside a house in Japan, so it was a unique opportunity for us to see and spend some time in a Japanese house. And after we learned to make three different styles of sushi, we got to eat a tasty sushi lunch! I would definitely recommend this experience for anyone who likes sushi. Thanks, Masako!