Make Onigiri

Average rating: 4.9 Number of ratings:(11) 1 hour 15 minute virtual event

Event short description

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Hosted by Kororin

Onigiri is a handheld meal like a hamburger, sandwich, or burrito. You can eat onigiri anytime and anywhere. It's very convenient when you are busy. In Japan, people eat onigiri almost every day as a quick breakfast, lunch, snack, or late-night dinner.

Price

$150 / person

Virtual event

This host will provide a zoom video conference.

Group size

This event supports 5 - 100 participants.

Languages supported

English, Spanish, and Japanese

Event duration

1 hour 15 minutes

Kit included

A kit to accompany the event will be delivered prior to the event date.

Book this event

$150 / person

Full details

How it works

Yuta Katsuyama and Cristina Tarriba, will teach you how to make delicious homemade onigiri! Our kit contains all the ingredients, a KORORIN onigiri mold, and recipes.

During this event, we'll go over what is onigiri, how to cook perfect rice for onigiri, the many different types of onigiri before we dive in and learn how to make onigiri like pros.

Kit contents & instructions

Japanese quality rice

Japanese seasonings

Fillings

Sauces

Fresh crispy nori

A special surprise for you to enjoy while cooking!

Shipping & delivery

Shipping policy or exclusions

Shipping cost is not included. We can ship U.S. and Canada.

International shipping — is available but is not included in the price and will incur additional costs

Things you'll need

Your kit

A laptop or a screen with the ability to log into Zoom. For this event, we recommend a desktop or laptop for the best experience.

How to join

This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom

The host is not able to use a video link provided by you.

Other things you will need to join:

  • Link to this event, provided after purchase
  • Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
  • Internet connection
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Your host Kororin

It all started with what was supposed to be a 5-week school project that eventually turned into a full-time business. After 5 weeks of offering authentic and freshly made Onigiri in Chicago, we decided to commit to the business full time. Cristina was about to join a company 2 weeks before and Yuta was a full-time business and design student. But we decided to give it a shot as food entrepreneurs.Today we continue to enjoy cooking and delivering freshly made and authentic onigiris around the city of Chicago.