I finished hosting two inaugural ‘Travel with Sushi’ events to launch my new venture. As I gathered feedback from all the participants, I felt so energized hearing such positive reviews. All the participants said they would recommend ‘Travel with Sushi’ to their friends. So happy to hear that!!
History of Sushi
Adventurous participants tasting an array of old forms of Sushi.
First generation Sushi-Nare Sushi
Second generation Sushi – Sugata Sushi
My favorite Japanese vegetarian dishes are 野菜の白和え&茄子の煮浸し, Tofu and sesame paste smoothie mixed with cooked vegetable and Simmered eggplants in dashi soup. Pictured above on the left plate.
I had an amazing time last Tuesday at the Nibei foundation. I was invited to be a guest lecturer for the Japan Study Club. My lecture topic covered Sushi and Kaiseki history. There were a more than 100 people in the auditorium. I don’t think I would be this nervous if I was giving a lecture in Japanese. But since it was my favorite topic, Sushi history, i did better then i had expected. I designed Sushi Event to explore a 2000+ years of Sushi history nearly 2 years ago. Wow, It’s been almost 2 years since I did my first test event… As I kept reading and searching more on this topic, I became more confident to represent this subject. I think presentation was visually interesting and that made it appealing to many of the audience members.