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$19 & Up For Your Choice Of BYOB Sushi & Ramen Making Classes
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Praised for "showcasing fish as beautifully as possible" (The New Yorker), Osakana is New York's only Japanese artisanal fish market offering local, sustainable, seasonal catches and hands-on culinary classes.

Grab this $19 pulse (a $35 value) to take a Japanese Preparations Of Fish Class, giving you a variety of Japanese seasoning and curing techniques to elevate your home cooking with healthy, flavorful seafood.

Next, the $25 pulse (a $40 value) gets you into a Ramen At Home Class, where you will learn how to prepare chef-quality ramen at home from noodles to the broth. You'll even be privy to the secrets behind Yuji Ramen's celebrated mottainai-style broth!

Alternatively, the $29 pulse (a $45 value) gives you access to your choice of one Sashimi At Home, Japanese Style Pickling, or Eggs On Eggs Class. Before long, you'll be creating - and savoring - amazing sashimi, pickles like Asazuke and Kojizuke, and egg specialties like Ajitsuke Tamago in the comfort of your own home.

Finally, the $59 pulse (a $95 value) gets you a Ramen Tasting Class - the ultimate dream-come-true for any ramen head. Master the skills of ramen chefs through a 3 course tasting class, going through the art of seasoning, nuances of broth, and of course, different types of noodles.

Did we mention that you get to eat what you make and bring home the leftovers? Ideal for Japanese lovers and healthy epicureans alike, Osakana classes are a fun, immersive way to treat your tastebuds...

290 Graham Avenue
(646) 653-4633

Founded by Chef Yuji Haraguchi of The New York Times Critic's Pick Okonomi and Yuji Ramen, Osakana is a singular artisanal fishmonger & education center dedicated to making edible art out of Atlantic Ocean catches.

Chef Haraguchi spent years as a Japan-based seafood importer for high-end sushi restaurants along the Eastern Seaboard, followed by a stint at 2 Michelin-starred Roberta's. Before long, his debut effort Yuji Ramen was being called "the most interesting ramen in the country" (Thrillist). At Osakana, he pulls together the disparate elements of his background for an experience that's both aesthetically pleasing and gastronomically illuminating.

Osakana means "honor your fish"; and the spirit of appreciating the sea's bounties runs through delicate fresh whole fish displayed on artist-made ceramics, a rotating menu of unusual sashimi like the summer flounder, the porgy and the dogfish, and the slow-simmered bone broth that lives up to the tenet of mottainai, or aversion to waste.

At these intimate and fun workshops, you'll learn time-honored techniques to prepare authentic Japanese meals at home, from Kyoto-style pickled fish to sashimi brightened with mint, grape, & ginger, to springy ramen noodles in umami-rich broth.

All classes are BYOB, so feel free to bring along a favorite bottle as you get to savor the fruits of your labor. Fun, laid-back, and informative, Osakana is one place that lets you make your sushi and eat it too!

Osakana earns a fantastic 4.5 stars out of 30+ reviews on Yelp, including:

  • "It was just us and one other couple, and we loved it!! The class is BYOB which is fun. It was authentic, very tasty, super fresh fish, and so fun! Totally worth it and definitely recommend for a date idea or with family or friends. In our class, we got to try 4 different types of fish."

  • "Noodle making class was everything I expected and more. We each made a batch of udon and soba, after watching Chef Jonathan do a batch. We took home a portion of fresh made ramen dough apiece, and the technique is very similar. Ambiance is great, place is great, people are friendly, can't say enough good things about the experience."

  • "OSAKANA to me is like, owner Yuji-san realized my dream before I even knew it. Not only do they offer fresh, locally and sustainably sourced seafood, the staff members are also very friendly and knowledgeable. I'm not just a fan. I'm a believer."

Osakana's Website | Yelp

  • May purchase as many classes as you like for personal use or for gifting.

  • Tax not included; reservations required.

  • Expires on Friday April 26, 2019.