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Sushi Making (with Sake)


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Location Flatiron, 15 West 33rd Street
Price $115.00 per person 
Duration 1 hour and 30 minutes
Group Size Up to 20 ppl
Note: Group size can be changed after booking if needed. See Details.
Recommended For Team Bonding, For Foodies, Entertaining Clients, Relax and De-stress
Unlimited Drinks Included
No Outside Drinks Permitted
Meal Included


Event Description: 

Guests will learn how to prepare sushi rice at home and the technique in mixing rice vinegar to your steamed rice to make sushi rice. Additionally, we'll learn how to choose sushi grade ingredients and how to choose fresh fish, as well as techniques in spreading sushi rice in the seaweed paper, how to make traditional rolls and hand rolls, how to cut rolls evenly and basic knife skills. Guests will be served, bottled water, sake and edamame.

Event Itinerary: 

Guests are requested to arrive 15 mins before the class. On arrival they will sign waiver and will be given aprons and name tags.

  1. Each station will be ready with wet blue towel, bamboo rolling mat, gloves, wasabi, ginger and soy.
  2. Once guests have arrived, edamame, sake and bottled water will be served.
  3. Chefs will introduce themselves and will start about a bit history of sushi.
  4. We'll review how to prepare sushi rice vinegar will be discuss. Each guests will take turns in mixing rice.
  5. Chef will demonstrate how to make a roll and guests will have their turn.
  6. Chef will announce the competition - we choose master roller of the night to win bottle of sake. Criteria will be 30% how tight rolls are, 30% how even the bites after cutting, 40% creativity and plating.
  7. Guests will roll as much as they can. 
  8. Bonus round if we have time: HAND ROLL
  9. Chef will choose the master roller and to give closing remarks and take group photo.
  10. At the end of the class, we will send recipes, quick notes and photos and videos in a dropbox link.

What You Will Make / Go Home With: 

You will receive two glasses of sake with the lesson. Any additional beverages (Sake or Sapporo) for after the lesson can be arranged after purchase.


Spicy tuna, salmon, avocado, cucumber, carrots, pickled radish, pickled squash, cucumber, spicy mayo, eel sauce and crunch

We roll and eat as much as we can!

Each guest will go home with: 

  • A bamboo rolling mat as a souvenir
  • A sushi rice vinegar recipe
  • Quick notes from the class
  • Photos and videos captured by the assistant facilitator which will be sent via email.
  • Master roller of the night will get a free bottle of sake!

How to Book

  1. Complete your booking by walking through our simple checkout process.
  2. We'll send you your receipt & confirmation details.
  3. Your event provider will reach out to introduce themselves & send you additional helpful details about your event.
  4. On the day of your event, you'll have a blast!

Cancellation Policy

Moderate: This provider allows for cancellations with a full refund to occur 1 week or more in advance of the event. Cancelling within a window of less than 1 week will result in an inability to be refunded.

Changes Policy:

Flexible: You will be able to make changes to your group size up until 72 hours as long as you meet the provider minimum. You will also have up until this period to make additional accommodations for the event

No instant book dates available

Contact us if you are interested in additional dates for this event.

What others have said about this event

michael m.
Awesome experience!
sabrianna c.
This class was fantastic! Aimee and Chef Tony are great and made the experience so fun. They are very personable and great teachers. We ate a bunch of rolls there and still had 3 boxes of sushi to take home with us. I highly recommend this class.
The class was great. Both of the hosts were really passionate about sushi and it made a difference for us. The only thing I wish was if the place were warmer.
This was such a fun team activity! We had 6 people and it felt like a good number - could have had probably up to 10 comfortably. The chef and restaurant manager were both really nice and easy going. They were generous with sake and other little snacks. We learned how to make rice-outside rolls, seaweed outside rolls, and handrolls with a variety of different fillings. The ingredients were super fresh and delicious. We were given to-go boxes for all the extras too!
Ryan F.
david k.