Another year is ending and a new era is about to begin. All around the world, people celebrate the passing of a phase and turn to their own special traditions while transforming themselves into the bright and hopeful dimensions that the four new digits hold.
At the beginning of December, Sushi Sei organised a special event that brought together culinary delights and historical fun facts in connection with the turn of the century business relationship between Japan and Hungary. But before the lecture could begin, our enthusiastic audience had a chance to prepare some sushi on their own. The new […]
You surely have someone in the family, who’s a real conservative when it comes to food: traditional meals with the usual ingredients – ‘leave the raw fish and the wasabi to someone else’! Well, if you’re planning to have a luxurious dinner during the holidays, here are four fantastic Japanese meals that will, without a […]
Earlier, we dedicated a full article to the wonderful dictionary of sushi: we went through the rather mouthwatering description of maki and nigiri, adding some ginger, soy and wasabi to our imaginary plate. In said post, we mentioned Futomaki – the delicious roll that will be the protagonist of this week’s culinary story.
We’re getting closer and closer to that very particular time of the year when all we really want after a long, tiresome day is to let our body and soul warm up over a bowl of steaming soup. All the better if it comes with great ingredients and offers real fuel to our shivery bones. […]
Making sushi at home is not something you would be likely to consider: the special ingredients and the technique make it almost impossible for the inexperienced to put some delicious rolls together. But what if you had all you needed, plus the help of a real professional? You can join our special Sushi Workshop and […]
377,973.89 km2, about 127 million people and a cuisine that is based on traditional recipes, seasonal ingredients and a wide range of regional meals that make Japanese gastronomy so diverse. Let’s take a look at some of these specialties: in the first part of our article, our destinations are Kyoto, Sapporo, Tokyo and Osaka.
The season, labelled as the most melancholic one of all, the favorite time of poets and writers, has once again reached the streets, dressing up the city in the astonishing shades of yellow, brown and burgundy. After we properly celebrated that our chef won the European round of Washoku World Challenge and a chance to […]