Washocook Omiya


Exciting sushi lunch to cook with the kids

Here is a class that introduces you to a sushi lunch to cook with your children or grandchildren.
The Sushi Lunch is a one-plate lunch menu that includes dishes that kids will love such as Japanese omelets and fried chicken.
Let's cook together as a family and divide up the roles to make a tasty lunch while having fun!
    • <Cooking Menu>
      • Steamed broccoli with butter and soy sauce
      • Stir-fried sausage in the shape of an octopus and crab
      • Japanese fried chicken
      • Grilled yellowtail with teriyaki curry sauce
      • Sushi Roll
      • Japanese Omelette with Salmon

Colorful Gomoku-chirashi-sushi

This is a class that introduces colorful sushi dishes.
Gomoku-chirashi-sushi is a traditional Japanese home-style dish, consisting of vinegared rice mixed with vegetables and mushrooms and topped with colorful vegetables, beans, boiled shrimp and other ingredients.
This sushi is often eaten at festivals and celebrations, so why not make this delicious and beautiful sushi for your family and friends to celebrate? You will be sure to please them.
I'll teach you how to make this dish in detail, so don't worry if you're not a good cook.
Come have fun cooking with me!
If you are a vegetarian, vegan or have various allergies, please leave a comment on the registration form.
Please be assured that we will change the recipe so that you can eat it.
Ingredients for creating your own Gomoku-chirashi-sushi
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Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
This cooking class will be held online. I will send you the ZOOM for our class in advance.
Please prepare the following ingredients for this class:
sugar, salt, vinegar, soy sauce, mirin (sweet sake), cooked rice, ginger, shiitake mushrooms, lotus root, carrots, white sesame, snow peas, egg, nori seaweed, shrimp

Masashi Hosokawa

Teachers profile
I learned the basics of sushi at a sushi school in Tokyo. I have worked at Tsukiji Market, department stores, and sushi restaurants at foreign-affiliated hotels. I left the sushi restaurant to become a certified instructor for the Foreign Cooking Class Association in order to teach foreigners about the appeal of Japanese food and the fun of making Japanese food. As part of my work with the association, I also teach lessons for foreign chefs. Since it is currently difficult for me to communicate in English on my own, I will be teaching the Japanese food culture and Japanese cooking experience at our Yotsuya Kitchen in Tokyo for a while, mainly with foreigners who understand Japanese.
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