Please introduce yourself?
I’m an individual who fell in love with the Japanese food culture and history. My goal is to prolong this art. I’m starting my adventurous journey on setting up Japanese food related business.
Why did you want to learn Sushi?
In my opinion, sushi is Japan’s pride and by far not many females have made it and I want to prove that as long as you love one thing there are almost no obstacles that could stop this passion.
What is the image of Sushi in your country?
I think that Singapore sushi image is more of fusion rather than traditional and that what ever is served with vinegar rice is sushi.
Why did you choose Tokyo Sushi Academy Singapore among many schools in the world?
I did not have time to go to Authentic Sushi Course in Tokyo,
for a two months course, so decided to go to Singapore to take Basic Sushi course.
I had read plenty of good recommendations.
Last but not least, I was very excited to go to Singapore.
What was the hardest part and most interesting part throughout our class?
Definitely the exam of making nigiri. Time pressure was pretty rough.
The most interesting were making Ika (squid) nigiri.
Also watching Mr. Fujisaki Tadao while he was preparing sushi was awesome.
Do you recommend our school to your friends or family?
I would like to highly recommend your school to anybody
who wants to make sushi in an authentic Japanese way or set up a sushi business.