Japanese chirashi bowl filled with different fish and toppings.

Chirashi is a freeform Japanese dish that features all your favorite sushi ingredients—minus the hand-shaping required for nigiri and maki sushi rolls.

Chirashi translates to “scattered” in Japanese. In Japan, chirashi sushi, typically served in a bowl, is traditionally eaten for the annual celebration of Hinamatsuri (Girls’ Day). Chef Annie will demonstrate the artful assembly of this beautiful, nutritious dish and you get to eat it! Served with Japanese iced tea.

Safety:  For guest and staff safety we are following the news closely and support the guidance for indoor mask wearing. We require that you bring a mask to wear when you are moving about in our kitchen and may remove it when eating. Our staff is fully vaccinated and will wear masks except when presenting on the demonstration stage. The mask policy is subject to change and will be updated regularly. Effective 7/31/2021.

Refund Policy:  Once a class is purchased it is non-refundable.  The ownership, however, is yours and you may send someone else in your stead.

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Please let us know about any allergens or dietary restrictions ahead of time to best accommodate you.

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Thank you!  We hope to see you in the kitchen!