Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for a sushi-making class for one ($70 value)
- $70 for a sushi-making class for two ($140 value)
Each 60-minute class begins at noon and covers sushi-making techniques for making three rolls of the chef’s choice. Instructors also share factoids about sushi history, and give students a bamboo rolling mat to take home. At the end of the class, students eat their sushi and sip a small cup of sake.
When you visit Kurama, you’re not just a diner. You’re also a spectator, watching sushi chefs slice each roll and feeling the heat of tableside flames as teppanyaki steak glides through fire. From spicy tuna sashimi to hibachi-seared filet mignon and ribeye, the menu brims with edible—and observable—feats and feasts. To get even more involved with meals, guests can enroll in one of Kurama’s sushi-making classes, or live in one of the small studio apartments on top of the chefs’ red hats.