"Kazari Norimaki" are artistic sushi rolls!!! They look like a piece of
You can learn how to make healthy beautiful sushi rolls& easy vegetarian side dishes.
Have you ever seen beautiful Sushi rolls? Kazari norimaki are norimaki that when cut reveal a design on the cut surface. Once you get tips for how to make Kazari norimaki, you can impress your friends& family!!
Kazari norimaki are fun to make and also attractive to the eye!!! Everyone will love the sushi rolls!!
To go with sushi roll, we’ll also show you how to make easy delicious vegetable soup & salad. We will not use animal products in this class.
Kazari norimaki (the pattern of a flower design)
Easy delicious vegetable soup
Rolled oats & fresh vegetable mix salad
・Date: June 7th 2015 (Sun) 12:00PM-4:00PM
The classroom will be open from 11:30 AM
4-1-1 Tsukishima Chuo-ku Tokyo, Japan
4500 yen (Material and facility usage fee)
・Class size 30
June 3rd 2015 (Wed) 11:00 AM
・What to bring
Apron and something to write with Application
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＃ Please note that payment of the 4,500 yen participation fee will still be expected for a cancellation after the deadline and in the case of a simple failure to attend. Bank transfer details will be provided.
This class will be taught by Chef Yoko Yorikuni
Yoko Yorikuni is an cooking expert of macrobiotic food. She is an instructor of “macrobiotic LIMA cooking school.”
She is widely active as developing recipes, making and selling sweets, and doing catering business. She is also earned a reputation as health and delicious food.
＊LIMA cooking school: This school was established in 1965 by Ms. Lima Sakurazawa who was a wife of Mr. Yukikazu Sakurazawa. Mr. Sakurazawa was founder of macrobiotic. His name is also well-known as George Osawa. This school was the first macrobiotic cooking school in Japan.