National Sushi Day – June 18

securedownload-39Celebrate with FREE SUSHI.

It seems that every week now, a specific cuisine is celebrating its special day. I just learned that National Sushi Day is on Wednesday, June 18.

If you visit one of the 17 Kabuki Restaurant locations on June 18, you will receive a complimentary California Roll during lunch or dinner. It’s available one per table; dine-in only between the hours of 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Kabuki’s Executive Corporate Chef Masa Kurihara is a classically trained chef who has designed  menu items and cocktails for over twenty years. His  innovative Japanese fusion dishes pair nicely with Master Sake Sommelier Yuji Matsumoto. Matsumoto is one of only two Master Sake Sommeliers recognized by the Sake Service Institute of Japan currently in North America. A Japanese custom is to pour sake for others at the table first and then yourself.

Chef Masa and Yuji recommend going light on the soy sauce and wasabi to avoid overpowering the flavor of the dish.

There are 13 locations in Southern California, 2 locations in Phoenix, and 2 locations in Las Vegas ready to serve you.To find the closest Kabuki Restaurant to you, go to

For the Hollywood location, go to OpenTable .

SUSHI Class at The Americana in Glendale securedownload-3

Katsuya at The Americana at Brand is breaking down the traditional art of sushi making at 7 p.m. on June 18.

Join a class in  learning the craft of sushi rolling from start to finish. It starts with a lesson about the ingredients. Next learn the art of rolling and last pick up some chopsticks to enjoy your creations.

The class is $39 per person or $70 a couple. Beer and sake pairings are extra. To reserve space in this class, call (818) 244-5900 or to make reservations for dinner, go to OpenTable. 702 Americana Way, Glendale, CA 91210.



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