I am flying back to Brighton next week from Fukuoka. I will be sad to leave Japan, especially as I wasn’t able to see as many people as I had planned this time, but the consolation is there is so much to look forward to in Brighton this summer.
First of all, on June 9th we have the summer Sushi Workshop. This is a repeat of a popular event we have run a few times in the past. Our teacher will be Hide-san, the manager of Kantenya, the Japanese food store near Brighton station.
Sushi is a perfect food for a British summer, when hopefully it is hot, and attendees will appreciate most the cool rice. Cucumber could be the most popular topping.
But on an online poll of favourite sushi toppings we are running, natto (fermented soybeans) is a surprising leader. Have you tried natto before? If not, you can buy it at Kantenya!
The workshop is a great chance to learn a new skill, meet new people, and make yourself a healthy and tasty lunch. If you enjoy it enough, you’ll have the skills to run your own sushi party in the future.
We hope to see you there.
If you would like more details on signing up to this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org , or join the event online through our Brighton Japan Club Meetup group.