Best place to learn making sushi!! I graduated the school last week and I am looking for a job now with chef Andy’s help. Chef Andy has a broad network that he has built for a long time. He can find you a better place to work. The pro course 1 & 2 cover all of the basics, kaiseki, fish prep, nigiri, sashimi, how to sharpen knife and even desserts, almost all Japanese cuisine. The level of course is easy to follow for people with no cooking experience like me if you are passionate. If you have a cooking experience, you will get much more. Don’t be shy. Ask them. All the staff and chef Andy are super kind and friendly, and ready to answer all of the questions you have. My classmates came from all over the world. We had all different nationalities, backgrounds and personalities. But one thing in common, all of them were so friendly. I’ve got a great memory along with knowledge and skills. It has been 5 days since graduation. I miss them all already. Although spending 8 weeks of my life there didn’t made me a master chef, I’m packed with enough knowledge and skills to start a new journey.