Sushi represents Japan. It doesn’t represent only Japanese culture, but Japan itself.

Interviewed & Written by Isao Tokuhashi Edited by Daniel Penso Mail to:   Shihomi Homma & Ayumi Aalto Itamae/Sushi cooking instructors (*Continued from the featured article) The sushi class that we introduced to you in the previous page is very rare because there are just a few female itamae (板前, cook in a Japanese kitchen), even in Japan. We covered “Nadeshico Sushi”, a sushi restaurant in Akihabara, which only has female itamae, that opened around a decade ago, but we have never met women who work as itamae or chefs since then. But, recently we heard about a sushi


Sushi class for diehard sushi lovers!

Reported by Isao Tokuhashi Edited by Daniel Penso Mail to:   Sushi – a representative of Japanese cuisine. You can have or get sushi everywhere in the world. It’s quite common to see people who have never been to Japan getting sushi boxes at supermarkets and having them at staff lounges in their offices. It’s great to have an authentic one, but making sushi by yourself in Japan also would be a wonderful experience. If you are interested in sushi making, you should try “Japan Cross Bridge”, a sushi class which is organized by experienced Japanese twin sisters. As


Tokyo Getaways #1 Tsukiji Outer Fish Market and Sushi Workshop

Reported by Isao Tokuhashi Mail to: *Edited by Daniel Penso 校正協力:ダニエル・ペンソ   MET’s new series of special features called “Tokyo Getaways” has started! We will bring wonderful ideas to those who are planning a trip to Japan. The first tour that we introduce you to is “Tsukiji Outer Fish Market and Sushi Workshop”. You can experience the vital spark of the shopping streets in the market and learn how to make sushi from a professional sushi chef. Let’s take a closer look at how the tour actually went. *Organized by JTB Sunrise Tours               ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆   Sunrise Tours Desk