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Cooking General CourseSushi washoku class

The world pays attention
A class where you can learn mainly about Japanese cuisine

registered as an intangible cultural property,
Japanese cuisine is attracting attention from all over the world.
understand the cultural background,
Practically learn how to cut and arrange seasonal dishes.
From traditional Japanese cuisine to innovative creations
Learn broadly.

  • From the structure of sushi
    Learn new cooking methods for Japanese cuisine

    You can learn mainly about sushi Japanese food

    You can also learn about management, overseas, and nutrition at select seminars

    Management of Japanese restaurant

  • Qualifications that can be obtained

    • (Country) Cook license

      Blowfish License (Blowfish Handling Registrant's Certificate)

      Food education instructor

      Vegetable sommelier

      Life Care Color Test Level 2, 3

    • Specialist

      Technical examination

      Food coordinator

      Professional Cook License, Culinary Technician
      *Requires 6 years of work after graduation
      If you pass the technical examination while in school, you will be exempt from the academic examination.

Features of the Sushi Washoku Class

2 hours of abundant practical training in two years!

Timetable example (2nd year)
1st period(8:50~
10: 20)
Japanese cooking practice Food
Sushi Japanese food
Cooking training
2st period(10:30~
12: 00)
3st period(13:00~
14: 30)
Design seasoning research
4st period(14:40~
16: 10)
After School Activities
18: 00)
Voluntary practice Voluntary practice

*Curriculum is subject to change.

2nd year class division!
Learn Japanese cuisine thoroughly

  • Sushi practice

    Learn the basics of sushi, "shari-kiri", "nigiri" and "makimono".Learn how to slice various fish for sushi.Learn applied techniques such as salt, vinegar, and seasoning.Learn how to serve customers at a sushi counter.

    [Example of training menu]
    Nigiri sushi, rolled sushi, seafood rice bowl, chirashizushi, pressed sushi, inari sushi, hand-rolled sushi, Osaka sushi, Edomae sushi, warship roll, persimmon leaf sushi

  • Japanese cooking practice

    Learn Japanese cuisine in various scenes such as kaiseki, kappo, and creative cuisine.He learns how to choose tableware, set the table, and how to serve customers.He learns the background of Japanese culture and how to direct the seasons.Acquire the skills to spread Japanese cuisine to the world from a global perspective.

    [Example of training menu]
    Steamed sea bream, lightly kudzu, seasoned with bamboo shoots, boiled conger, grilled two pieces of cutlass fish, deep-fried tiger prawn Toji, lily root bun, salmon kelp seasoned, steamed tilefish turnip, autumn salmon seasoned with chrysanthemum flower, boiled duck jibu, shrimp Yuba-steamed sweet potato, boiled yellowtail, seasonal hassun, tuna horn sashimi, sea bass sashimi, torizoku thread sashimi, salmon figure sashimi, etc.

  • Food service training

    We develop practical training that pursues the differences and characteristics of cooking and ingredients, such as comparing the taste of farmed and natural ingredients.

    global seminar
    Nutrition Innovation Seminar
    Management seminar
    select one from

Operates a Japanese restaurant that applies the Five Laws

Practical practical training on five Japanese cooking techniques: boiling, frying, steaming, grilling, and making the most of life.You will learn more practical cooking methods, such as seasonings that anticipate the customer base you will be serving food to, and presentation that will impress you visually.

Learning from fishing ports, farmers and cooperating production areas

The area around the campus has prospered with food.It is also close to the sea and is a treasure trove of food that takes advantage of its warm climate.It is a blessed environment for aiming to become a chef of Japanese cuisine, which accounts for 98% of the catch in Osaka Prefecture.It has the best environment where you can prepare sushi directly from the fish directly from the market.

Cooperation with production areas

Through an educational tie-up with Kishiwada City and close interaction with producers such as farmers, fishermen, and livestock farmers, you can learn about ingredients and "local production for local consumption" locally, and learn the value of seasonal ingredients and how to make the best use of seasonal ingredients. environment.

Contributing to the community through recipe development

A creative class that provides recipes and dishes commissioned by local companies, facilities and educational institutions with the theme of local production for local consumption.More than 150 companies cooperate with Murakawa Gakuen!There is a class to publicize your own original recipe to people in the world.