Build your own rolls at Chicago's first sushi bar
Stationed Hors d'Oeuvres
Beer, Wine and Sake
Sushi Rolling Class
Known as Chicago's first sushi restaurant, Kamehachi has been serving up fresh cuisine to the community for 40 years. The family-owned business was started in 1967 by Marion Konishi, and has since been expanded to multiple locations by Konishi's daughter and granddaughter. By using only the highest quality ingredients and meticulously crafting its offerings, Kamehachi has earned its reputation as the premier Japanese restaurant in the Chicago-land area.
Your guests will enter the restaurant and be led upstairs to the private area of the venue. The event will begin with a brief introduction of the history and art of sushi making and tools and techniques. Next, you'll dive into Maki instruction, building California and spicy tuna rolls, followed by Nigiri instruction, where they'll craft Maguro and Namesake. The event will conclude with a Q&A session with the chef. All sushi made will be enjoyed by you and your guests after the lesson wraps up.
1531 N. Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60610
"This relocated Old Town original offers authentic, traditional fare lifted by innovative specials, good sake and craft beer selections." Zagat
"It seems like there's a sushi spot on practically every corner in Chicago, but when Kamehachi opened in Old Town in 1967 it was the first. Quality fish, updated decor, and eager-to-please hospitality keep fans returning." Fodor's