Japanese culture and cooking experience

Aimee making sushi in Toride
Aimee making sushi in Toride

Today we got to make our own lunch and although it may sound average, it wasn’t. I studied Baking and Pastry and have made several cute items, but something about Japanese lunches is just absolutely unique. We made Inari onigiris in the shape of an owl. We also got to try making sushi that once we cut the sushi you’d see an owl’s face.

It was the cutest lunch, I almost felt guilty eating it. After lunch we got to experience Japanese culture in various groups. I got to learn how to play the Koto, which is a traditional instrument meant to look like a dragon. We were taught how to play a traditional song. It was amazing to say the least.

Aimee Morales, USA

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