Owner & Sushi Samurai Alan-san Teaches his Sushi Secrets
Famous for their unique and playful signature sushi rolls, Hatsune is the original California-style sushi creators in China.
And with over half of the sushi rolls listed on Hatsune’s menu already named after and created by their die-hard, loyal customers over the years, they know that their sushi lovers are as crafty as they are insatiable. Hatsune doesn’t like playing by the rules because as long as the ingredients are attainable, anything is fair game. The biggest limiting factor is really only your imagination when it comes to creating your ultimate dream sushi roll.
“Since Hatsune first opened over 14 years ago (in 2001), we’ve built a tremendously close community of sushi addicts whose opinions we respect, feedback we value, and for successful sushi ideas that have come to them over the years, we also give due credit, rewarding each with name recognition on our menu every time they came to us with their own dream sushi creation. Some of our most popular sushi rolls are dedicated to our valued addicts – from the Moto-Roll, Pastor Roll, Clayton Roll and Amy Roll, these are all real addicts who either created or inspired these creations.” - Hatsune
Hands-On Learning at Hatsune Kerry
Though we all undoubtedly have our favorite Hatsune sushi rolls, I’m guessing that at some point (most likely while munching your way through a table full of sushi bites), you’ve either wished you could tweak an already existing roll or dreamed of creating your own masterpiece. To help their sushi fanatics build both experience and a desire to experiment, Hatsune started hosting annual sushi making classes at their venue so that anyone and everyone could learn the proper techniques of sushi rolling.
My Masterpiece Sushi Roll Creation – The LumDimSum Roll
Scallop Sashimi and Seaweed Salad topped in a layer of avocado and Maguro sashimi and a sprinkle of black caviar
Hatsune’s Sushi Master Alan-san and Executive Chef Yan will share Hatsune’s most precious secrets behind their legendary sushi rolls and they will provide each participant with their very own take-home sushi kit with all the essential equipment you need to start making your own sushi creations in the comfort of your own home!
Sign up for Hatsune’s next sushi making class, taking place on two back-to-back dates:
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 @Hatsune Kerry Branch (7-9PM, class taught in English)
Saturday, October 15, 2016 @Haiku Block 8 in Chaoyang Park (7-9PM, class taught in Chinese by Executive Chef Bruce Yan)
More About Hatsune’s Sushi Making Class:
Hosted by Alan Wong, the master Sushi Samurai himself, Hatsune presents to you a Sushi Making Dinner Party. This course examines the fundamentals of sushi making and gives participants Hatsune’s secret recipes so that you can learn how to make sushi at home. You’ll learn all about the different types of sushi, fish, rice and vegetable ingredients, and then it’s your turn to try it for yourself, preparing THREE different types of sushi rolls, with the expert advice and help from master Sushi Samurai Alan-san. Join us as we show you the path to becoming a Sushi Samurai.
Get hands-on by learning the fundamentals of becoming a sushi samurai and try your hand at the highly respected and admired skills of sushi rolling (trust me, it’s harder than you might think).
Owner of the Hatsune Restaurant Group, Master Sushi Samurai Alan-san will host the next sushi making dinner party at the Hatsune Branch in KERRY Center (see address below) and our Executive Chef Bruce Yan will be teaching the sushi making class in Chinese on October 15th in the Haiku at Block 8 at the west gate of Chaoyang Park.
Price per person is RMB 350 which includes your sushi making class, all the tasty sushi ingredients provided to use at your disposal, dinner bites and the essential equipment to start making sushi at home!
Hatsune’s Sushi Making Class Event Details:
Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 (EN) + Saturday, October 15, 2016 (CH)
Price: RMB 350 per person includes class, materials and dinner
Location: Hatsune @Kerry (October 11) & Haiku @Block 8 in Chaoyang Park (October 15)
Address: Kerry Hatsune - B31 Kerry Center Shopping Mall, Guanghua Lu Rd, Chaoyang District /Haiku @Block 8 – Chaoyang Park West Gate
Chinese Address: 朝阳区光华路一号嘉里中心商场地下一 B31(Kerry Hatsune)/ 朝阳公园西门内 (Haiku Block 8)
RSVP E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Sushi Samurai Pics from Previous Hatsune Sushi Making Classes: