Choose from Three Options
- $59 for a sushi-making class for two, including dinner and sake ($120 value)
- $115 for a sushi-making class for four, including dinner and sake ($240 value)
- $13 for $20 worth of Japanese cuisine in the food court
- Valid sushi-making class dates:
- Thursdays: January 15th & 29th, February 19th
- Saturdays: January 24th, February 7th & 28th
During 8 p.m. sushi-making classes, a master with more than 20 years of experience teaches students how to make two different rolls, one hand roll, and three pieces of nigiri, providing all necessary materials. Afterward, sit with a small bottle of hot or cold sake and eat what you make.
Tensuke Market & Sushi Café
If you spend time browsing the racks of authentic Japanese groceries at Tensuke Market, you're going to get hungry. When that happens, most people head over to the store's convenient food court, where kitchens bustle with the preparation of traditional Japanese dishes. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the sushi and sashimi are the most popular orders; each piece is prepared by a skilled sushi chef using fish flown in from Alaska, Seattle, New England, and Hawaii. Other favorites include miso ramen, nabeyaki udon, and katsu don, each of which pairs well with a hot bottle of sake.