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Sushi-Making Experience at SUSHI TIME in Kyoto! [PR]

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Sushi Time is a unique sushi shop in Kyoto that specializes in new kinds of sushi they call 'sushi doughnuts' and 'sushi cupcakes.' Recently, the shop began offering sushi-making experiences that let customers make and enjoy their own sushi!

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Sushi Time

Sushi Time's signature 'Sushi Doughnut'
Sushi Time is a brand new sushi restaurant that opened next to Kyoto's famous Nishiki Market in December of 2019. The focus at sushi time is on serving traditional Japanese food (sushi) in a way that is fun and accessible to people from around the world. Everyone can enjoy the fresh and delicious sushi "doughnuts" here, including Muslims following a halal diet and vegans! The chef at Sushi Time made the effort to get a halal certification from the MPJA (Muslim Professional Japan Association), and he is also quite skilled at making delicious sushi from vegan ingredients, which is quite a rare thing to find in Japan.

Sushi-Making Experience

Showing off the finished tray of sushi
If you're looking for a fun and delicious activity to do near the Nishiki Market in Kyoto, you'll definitely want to consider doing the Sushi-Making Experience at Sushi Time. Instead of just eating your lunch / dinner, you can learn how to make traditional nigiri sushi, a modern sushi doughnut (Sushi Time's specialty) and 'temari' (hand-rolled ball) sushi.
The whole experience takes about 1 hour, including explanation, making the sushi, and eating the sushi. One of the best things about the lesson is the friendly teacher, Okayama-san, who can teach in English (or Japanese). Okayama-san will patiently help you make each item and make sure that you have a great time!

What's Included?

The Sushi-Making Experience costs ¥4,980 for people age 8+, or ¥2,480 for children 7 and under. The food includes 5 traditional nigiri sushi pieces, 1 full sushi doughnut, 3 temari sushi pieces, Osuimono (a simple Japanese soup), and a drink. It's a full meal that offers quite a variety. The neta (sushi toppings) used for the sushi vary based on what fresh ingredients are available, but anything can be substituted if there's something you're not fond of, or everything can be made vegan for those who don't eat animal products.

Reservations / Access

If you're interested in booking a Sushi-Making Experience, you can do so for free using the link below. Keep in mind that you need to book at least one day in advance.

Sushi Time is located right off of Kyoto's famous Nishiki Market. The shop is a 2-minute walk from Kawaramachi Station or a 3-minute walk from Karasuma Station. It's right in the middle of a very fun area to walk around and explore, so plan for some extra time before or after the Sushi-Making Experience to see the area.
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