A little while ago I attended a fun sushi making classes with Kim from Love Mikana and Samantha from Could I have that? and it was a seriously fun, interactive, and tasty, dining experience.

First up cocktails… We of course kept with the theme and had sake and Sapporo and then we got started learning the art of sushi.

A couple of things I learned… Those bamboo mats for rolling? Put saran wrap on them for an easier time, and don’t put too much rice in the roll (my California roll was a little structurally unsound).

And then we feasted on our handy work! I love this idea for a foodie bride who wants something different for her bachelorette or even as a great ice-breaking event when the newly engaged couple’s parents meet. To learn more about sushi making, Fukiko and Studio Nihon go right here. And to see Sam’s and Kim’s posts about the sushi party check them out here and here.



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@lovemikana @Couldihavethat and I threw a sushi making party with Studio Nihon, check it: http://t.co/xWyCppdz