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Successful Japanese Culinary Workshop Held in Belgrade

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The Japanese Embassy, in collaboration with Go Sushi Ušće, hosted a Japanese food workshop in Belgrade, attracting culinary enthusiasts keen on mastering the art of sushi and tempura. The event, part of a cultural exchange initiative, featured Hiroo Katahira, the personal chef of the Japanese Ambassador, who led the workshop.

During the session, Katahira demonstrated the intricate techniques of crafting perfect sushi rolls and the art of frying tempura, sharing his expertise and insights into Japanese culinary traditions. Participants had the unique opportunity to engage hands-on, preparing dishes under Katahira’s guidance, thus gaining a deeper appreciation of Japan’s gastronomic heritage.

The workshop, hailed as a success, highlighted the growing interest in Japanese cuisine and culture in the region. It fostered a closer cultural bond between Japan and Serbia, paving the way for future culinary and cultural exchanges.

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