Fun with Sushi Maki & Bento!
Bond over this sushi-themed experience!
About the workshop
The history of sushi actually goes back to the 3rd century BC of Southern China before it spread to Japan, and its earliest forms involved an intensive fermentation process of up to a year!
Sushi was very different back then, and it wasn't until rice vinegar came along that the process of sushi-making changed dramatically, and sushi became more like what we know today.
In this fun, engaging and hands-on workshop, you will be guided by qualified Japanese instructors and chefs with extensive experience in Japan! Choose between learning how to make Art Maki (rolled) sushis or Japanese bentos in this truly authentic culinary experience.
What you will experience
In the Art Maki workshop, your group will learn how to make thin-roll sushi and maki sushi with a flowery surprise. It's not just about taste over here, but aesthetics as well, so don't be too surprised if your sushi turns out too pretty to eat!
Prefer Japanese bento-making instead? Choose between Deco Bentos or Shokado Bentos! A Deco Bento involves kawaii designs that are not just meant for the palette, but also for the eyes, while a Shokado Bento is a traditional bento box/to-go meal with a variety of ingredients!
This workshop is not just perfect for a group of friends, but also makes for an out-of-the-ordinary team building experience. Pick up a new skill that will not only bring your team closer together, but something you can use to impress your friends and family! Learn more about our corporate workshops here.
Whether you're bringing friends or colleagues, share this experience of creating yummy (and pretty) Japanese food together!
Cancellation is free of charge 3 days before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 7 days before the scheduled start time.
Workshop can only be held onsite at Tokyo Sushi Academy. Prices include facility usage fee of S$267.50/group (including GST).
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
Chinatown Station (North East Line)