This course is Vegetarian friendlyGluten free

Vegetarian people may struggle to find sushi they can eat even in Japan. Most kinds of sushi include a lot of fish. Some, however, do not! There are many kinds of sushi in Japan and I would like you to enjoy sushi, so I have made some special recipes for vegetarian people.

This course takes about 3 hours, including…

  • Cooking sushi rice
  • Preparing the other sushi ingredients
  • Putting the rice and other ingredients together to create a beautiful sushi dish
  • Making “dashi” soup stock and miso soup
  • Tasting the cooked food

You do not have to clean up and wash up.

 

Choose one sushi dish from…

1.Vegetarian nigiri & maki zushi

Making sushi rice and shaping it into little balls by hand, using tamago-yaki (Japanese-style omlette) along with various vegetables including cucumbers, sweet peppers, carrots (decoratively sliced into flower shapes), Gingko nuts (when in season), sweetcorn, nori (dried seaweed) etc.

 

2.Vegetarian chirashi zushi

Chirashi-zushi

Chirashi-zushi

Making sushi rice and cooking some vegetables and omlette slices to go on the rice. Includes avocado, nori (dried seaweeed), renkon (lotus root) mitsuba (honewort; cryptotaenia; a three-leaved herb; when in season) and ginger.

 

3.Vegetarian kazari inari

Kazari-inari

Making sushi rice and cooking fried tofu for the outer wrapping of inari-zushi.

Cooking some vegetables and omlette slices as decoration on the top.

 

Miso soup

Making “dashi” soup stock with vegetarian ingredients to make miso soup.

 

Price: \5,000/person