San Francisco, CA, January 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- San Francisco Sushi Chef Kaz Matsune has been teaching ordinary sushi making classes for a while, until one day, he had a breakthrough concept about new team building sushi class.
“During one class I was teaching, I started to wonder why I was teaching how to make California roll. Nobody said I had to. I thought that was what I was supposed to teach because I thought that was what people wanted to learn. Then I realized it was my thinking that was limiting me from thinking outside of box. Sushi is not just California Roll. There are many different types of sushi out there and more to be invented, I thought. There was no need for me to only teaching how to make California Roll. That was when I had my own breakthrough, which lead me to the new team building sushi class idea,” Kaz explains.
The 3-hour class is designed to challenge participants to come up with a new style of sushi. They will be divided into small groups to compete against each other. Each team must come up with a new style of sushi using fresh ingredients and tools given to them at the class. Their new creation will be presented for evaluation based on originality, presentation, simplicity (easy to make) and taste.
“The idea is to use sushi as a toll to breakthrough from the ordinary thinking of what or how things should be. The class is very fun, exciting and full of surprises because I never know what kind of new sushi each team will create. And the best part is we get to taste them,” Kaz says.
For more information about Kaz’s Breakthrough Team Building Sushi Class, contact Kaz Matsune at 415.533.7275, lessonjscc@gmail.