Experience the art of sushi making in Asakusa, Tokyo with this new and immersive local tour.
Join expert chefs in a traditional Japanese setting and learn the techniques to create delicious sushi.
Discover the cultural significance of this iconic cuisine as you select fresh ingredients and perfect the art of rolling sushi.
Whether you’re a sushi enthusiast or simply curious about this beloved dish, this hands-on tour promises a memorable and educational experience.
Don’t miss the chance to unlock the secrets of authentic sushi making in Asakusa.
- Experience the art of sushi making in Asakusa, Tokyo
- Join expert chefs in a traditional Japanese setting
- Learn the techniques to create delicious sushi
- Discover the cultural significance of sushi
Meeting Point and End Point Details
The meeting point and end point for the Sushi Making Experience Asakusa Local Tour is located on the 5th floor of the building at Japan, 111-0034 Tokyo, Taito City, Kaminarimon, 2-chōme1１３ 雷門ビル ５階, near Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station. This convenient location ensures easy accessibility for participants.
As part of the tour highlights, participants can look forward to learning the art of sushi making in the heart of Asakusa, a vibrant district known for its unique cultural heritage. The meeting point offers a comfortable and welcoming environment for guests to gather before embarking on their sushi making adventure.
With its close proximity to public transportation, including the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station, you will have no trouble reaching the meeting point and can easily continue their journey after the tour concludes.
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What to Expect During the Tour
During the Sushi Making Experience Asakusa Local Tour, participants can expect a hands-on sushi making experience in the heart of Asakusa. The tour offers convenient meeting arrangements, with the activity starting and ending at the Sushi Making Tokyo Cooking Class in Asakusa. Located on the 5th floor of the building, it’s easily accessible and close to the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station.
The tour is wheelchair accessible, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the experience. Plus, strollers are also accommodated, making it convenient for families with young children. Service animals are allowed, and the venue is near public transportation for convenient access. With these accessibility options in place, participants can fully enjoy the sushi making experience without any worries.
Additional Information for Participants
Participants in the Sushi Making Experience Asakusa Local Tour can find additional information to enhance their experience.
First and foremost, it’s important to note the participant requirements. Infants must sit on laps during the tour, and the entire transportation system is wheelchair accessible. The surfaces throughout the experience are also wheelchair accessible, ensuring that everyone can fully participate.
Plus, it’s worth mentioning the nearby attractions that participants can explore before or after the tour. Located in the heart of Asakusa, the tour is close to Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station, making it easily accessible for travelers. From there, participants can explore the historic neighborhood, including the iconic Kaminarimon Gate and the bustling Nakamise Shopping Street.
These attractions offer a glimpse into the unique cultural heritage of Asakusa, adding an extra layer of excitement to the Sushi Making Experience.
Cancellation Policy and Refund Details
When can the tour be canceled for a full refund?
The cancellation policy for the Sushi Making Experience Asakusa Local Tour states that a full refund can be obtained if the tour is canceled up to 24 hours in advance of the experience. However, it’s important to note that the full refund requires cancellation at least 24 hours before the start time.
If the tour is canceled less than 24 hours before the start time, no refund will be provided. Plus, changes to the booking aren’t accepted less than 24 hours before the start time.
It’s advisable to adhere to the cut-off times based on local time to ensure eligibility for a refund. These refund details provide transparency and clarity for participants who may need to cancel or make changes to their bookings.
Price and Reviews for the Sushi Making Experience
The price and reviews for the Sushi Making Experience can provide valuable insights and feedback for those interested in participating in the tour. Priced starting from $129.82, this experience offers a unique opportunity to learn the art of sushi making in the heart of Asakusa, Tokyo.
With an overall rating of 5.0 based on 20 reviews, it’s clear that participants have had a highly positive experience. The reviews undergo checks to ensure authenticity and provide an accurate representation of the tour.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are Transportation Costs Included in the Price of the Sushi Making Tour?
Yes, transportation costs are included in the price of the sushi making tour. Participants can enjoy the convenience of transportation logistics as they embark on this local culinary experience.
Can Children Participate in the Sushi Making Experience?
Children of all ages can participate in the sushi making experience. This family-friendly activity allows kids to learn the art of sushi making in a fun and interactive way.
Is There a Dress Code for the Sushi Making Class?
There is no dress code for the sushi making class. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and come ready to learn sushi making techniques and Japanese cooking etiquette.
How Long Does the Sushi Making Experience Typically Last?
The sushi making experience typically lasts around 2 to 2.5 hours. Participants will learn various sushi making techniques and work with popular sushi ingredients to create their own delicious rolls and nigiri.
Can Dietary Restrictions or Food Allergies Be Accommodated During the Sushi Making Class?
Accommodation options for vegetarians and vegans are available during the sushi making class. Plus, the tour offers gluten-free sushi options for those with dietary restrictions.
The Sum Up
To sum it up, the sushi making experience in Asakusa offers a unique opportunity to learn the art of sushi preparation from expert chefs in a traditional Japanese setting.
Whether you’re a sushi enthusiast or simply curious about this iconic cuisine, this tour promises to be a memorable and educational experience.
From selecting the freshest ingredients to perfecting the art of rolling sushi, you will gain valuable insights into the cultural significance of this beloved dish.
Don’t miss out on this hands-on gastronomic adventure in Asakusa.