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Sushi Lesson with a professional Sushi Chef in his Sushi Restaurant !

You can make your own sushi beautifully !!!

Sushi Lessons with our Sushi Chef at Satsumaya Sushi Restaurant in Fujisawa, Japan.
Satsumaya Sushi Restaurant is a well-established sushi restaurantthat has been in business since 1955.

Sushi lessons are taught by our 30-year experiencedI tachō (Sushi Chef).
Our lessons range from introductory to very advanced,teaching how to make various rolls and nigiri sushi, as well as preparing the rice and fish of all types.

English translator available.

Parking space available. Close to train stations

Beginners are welcome.

■ Minimum 1 person, Max 20 persons

■ Kazuo Ikeda(The Chief Instructor)Born in Fujisawa, Kanagawa. Satsumaya Sushi Restaurant’s Itachō (Sushi Chef).

Started teaching how to make sushi from March 2009 as his life work to hand down the sushi-making tradition to the next generation.

His “Fun, Beautiful,and Delicious Sushi Lessons” are very well reputed.He is promoting “Chisan-chisho”(local production for local consumption)recipes using local seafood, eggs, vegetables, etc.

Together with his bilingual wife, he teaches how to make sushi to people from abroad and by doing so encouraging cultural exchanges.

■Yumiko Ikeda: Producer of Sushi Classes, English conversation instructor suppoters and instructors of the Sushi lessons :5+ years experience

■Between March 2009 and June 2014, more than 1,000 people (about 2,000 including repeating poople) taught.
People range from 5 years old to high seniors, and from all around the world.

(England,France, Germany,Switzerland,Finland,Russia, Cameroon,U.S.A, Canada, New Zealand,China,Korea,Taiwan, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia,the Philippines, etc).

Website:

★The Sunday Sushi Lesson Programs
http://www.satsumayahonten.com/english#program2

★The Weekday Sushi Lesson Programs
http://www.satsumayahonten.com/english#program4

Email: sastumayahonten@satsumayahonten.com

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