SUSHI CHEF INSTITUTE
Would you like to be a master in Japanese cooking?
January 4th 2018
Jan & Feb New Class
2 month to be a sushi chef!!
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Sushi Chef Institute

Would you like to receive the highest quality of sushi making education?
Would you like to be a master in Japanese cooking?

  • Institution Licensed by Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education
    School Code: 90285468
    School detail

    Licensed for Acceptance of International Students by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
    http://www.bppe.ca.gov/

Enroll Now for Jan/Feb 2018 Pro Course

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Course starts on 1/4/2018

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Programs

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Other Services

  • Catering Service

    For your birthday, memorial and anniversary party. Having a sushi bar at your location will bring a fun and great moment.

  • Internship to Japan

    Matsuya

    1 Month Internship Training.The oppotunity for qualified students and graduates.

  • Sushi Workshop

    The workshops are a great experience to make sushi.

  • Merchandise

    Sushi Chef Institute DVD and Text book Knife and tools set.

  • Restaurant Consultation

    Open a restaurant, remodel the interiors, upgrade the menu, plan the events, how to promote your restaurant....

  • Sushi Chef Agency Service

    The table of where restaurants contacted us from.
    Agent Service >
    Job Listings >

  • Airbnb

    Online marketplace and hospitality service.

Chef Andy Matsuda

Master Sushi Chef / Sushi Chef Instructior

Chef Andy Matsuda was born near Kobe, Japan in 1956. When he was 9 years old, the family started a small Japanese restaurant, where he learned the joy of cooking. After graduating from high school, he began to work as an apprentice at 'Genpachi', one of the most famous restaurant in Osaka, for 5 years. He also became a member of Sushi Chef Organization called 'Yosei-kai'. At the age of 23, he returned to his hometown to help expand the family business. Once that was completed, at the age of 25, his new challenge in life was to move to Los Angeles, California.

His first job was in Little Tokyo as an assistant, but within a week was promoted to Chief Sushi Chef.
Since then, Chef Matsuda has worked at fine Sushi Bars in Santa Monica, Aspen, New York, and also has had the opportunity to work for major hotels learning to cook other ethnic cuisine, such as French, Italian, Thai, and many other cuisines.