Oh My Classic Sushi Making

Experience for 90min in Tsukiji!

Feb 19th 2020

The delicious sushi dining with a nostalgic atmosphere in Tsukiji, Sushi OMAKASE launches new nigiri sushi making workshop from March 2020 for English speakers. The sushi chefs and the management team have taught more than 3,000 tourists for last 4 years. Visitors can make nigiri sushi themselves for 90min and enjoy the hands-on experience with all five senses.

Come join Oh My Classic Sushi Making Experience @Oh-Ma-Kase!

Sushi making experience in Tsukiji

5,500JPY per person

*The fee above includes ingredient costs, a lesson fee, disposable apron and gloves, and 10% tax.
*Kids above the age of 6 can participate in the class as well.

90 minutes of learning from a professional sushi chef

Professional sushi chefs will teach you about sushi and show techniques of how to make sushi in 90 minutes. This is a great opportunity to enjoy making sushi with aficionados from all over the world, while learning from craftsmen who daily serve customers in Tsukiji.

Experience of teaching more than 3,000 tourists from abroad

The sushi chefs and the management team who have taught more than 3,000 tourists are starting this new workshop in 2020. Visitors can make sushi themselves and enjoy the hands-on experience with all five senses.

Sushi restaurant in a good old Japanese-style house

The class is held on the second floor of the sushi restaurant in a traditional Japanese-style house, located on the backstreet of the Tsukiji Outer Market. Usually this is when the restaurant prepares for dinner hours, but the space is specially opened for you all!

Sushi’s Mecca, Tsukiji

Tsukiji has been shaping the food culture in Tokyo for over 100 years and is regarded as a mecca for sushi. It is said there are more than 100 sushi restaurants there. If you want to make sushi, come to the gourmet town Tsukiji where world-class chefs visit!

Who teaches the class?

There are two main instructors:

Mr. Bush Ozaki

Born in the downtown Tokyo. More than 20 years of experience as a chef. He likes to go surfing and learned English when living in Australia and Hawaii. His favorite sushi topping is chu-toro (medium fatty part of tuna).

Mr. Bush Ozaki Sushi Chef

Mr. Sho Miyashita

Born in Fuji-yoshida, Yamanashi, at the foot of Mt. Fuji. After graduating high school in Japan, he finished at a community college in Boston and joined the world of sushi. His favorite sushi topping is tuna. He likes to host home parties and go to karaoke.

Mr. Sho Miyashita Sushi Chef

What  Can I learn?

This program will teach you traditional Tokyo-style nigiri sushi! You will make 6 pieces of nigiri-zushi (tuna, salmon, yellowtail, shrimp, scallop, egg), 2 pieces of gunkan-maki (sushi wrapped in pressed seaweed) with salmon roe and flying fish roe, and a handroll (avocado, cucumber and kanpyo [seasoned gourd shavings]).

・Instructor’s explanation of the history and restaurants of sushi
・Demonstration of how to fillet fish
・Demonstration of how to shape nigiri sushi
・Practice of shaping nigiri sushi
・Comparison of sushi pieces made by the instructor and yourself
・Explanation of how to choose fish
・Explanation of how to use a kitchen knife
・Fresh wasabi
・Handrolls
・Tasting

Where in Tsukiji can I take the class?

The class is held on the second floor of a sushi restaurant, Tsukiji Sushi Omakase. Follow the directions below to the restaurant:

From Tsukiji 4 Intersection (on Shin-Ohashi St. and Harumi St.), which is the center of Tsukiji, head east to the Kachidoki Bridge.

How to go to the sushi restaurant in Tsukiji

Pass Tsukiji Uogashi Bldg on your right.

How to go to the sushi restaurant in Tsukiji

Turn right at the first corner.

How to go to the sushi restaurant in Tsukiji

Keep going and you will see this Japanese traditional house on the left side. The class is held on the second floor. (The restaurant is Tsukiji Sushi OMAKASE).

How to go to the sushi restaurant in Tsukiji

Oh my classic sushi making experience @Sushi OMAKASE
6-24-8, Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Nearest Train Stations
6-min. walk from Tsukiji Sta. Exit 1 or Exit 2 (Hibiya Line)
7-min. walk from Tsukiji-shijo Sta. Exit A1 (Toei Oedo Line)
7-min. walk from Higashi-ginza Sta. Exit 5 or Exit 6 (Hibiya Line or Toei Asakusa Line)

When can I go to the class?

The class takes place 2 times a week (Tuesday and Saturday) before the restaurant opens. Check here for the schedule and book now!

How can I make a reservation?

After making a reservation, you will be asked to make a payment.

How much per person?

5,500JPY per person

*The fee above includes ingredient costs, a lesson fee, disposable apron and gloves, and 10% tax.
*Kids above the age of 6 can participate in the class as well.

Cancellation Policy

If you cancel 48 hours prior to the scheduled class, we will give a full refund after your payment.

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