Are you looking for a cute date night idea or fun thing to do with your roommates? We got you covered. You can get everything you need to whip up a mouthwatering feast delivered to your door. These roll your own sushi kits in Vancouver, are so much fun and are like a trip to Tokyo right in your apartment.

Mouthwatering Japanese restaurant, Miku is now offering tasty do it yourself kits so you can make sushi that tastes as good as you'll find in Japan.

What we love about this idea it is a fun activity and food put together! The Temaki Sushi Kit contains everything you need for three to five servings.

But, if you don't think you can eat all that food, don't fret. You can easily store the extra in your refrigerator to eat the next day.

Vancouver knows sushi, but if you don't totally know what temaki is it's just those hand-rolled sushi pieces.

They are a bit simpler in design and have the nori (seaweed) wrapped around the exterior either in a tube or ice cream cone shape. Both types taste exactly the same and can have all the delicious toppings in the rolls you are used to eating.

One advantage of temaki is this type is much easier to make, so you'll become a pro in minutes.

All you need to do is take a sheet of nori (seaweed) and place some rice ontop. Next, load it up with all your favourite toppings, and wrap the seaweed around to form a tube or cone.

Each box comes with tons of toppings, so you can get creative and mix and match. Some of the options include sockeye salmon, spicy salmon, shrimp, red tuna, cucumber, avocado, daikon kimchi and more.

To get a Japanese-inspired kit for dinner, you can either pick it up at Miku's Vancouver location or get it delivered via Ubereats.

They cost $48 each which is about as much as a typical Vancouverite spends on sushi in a week.


Price: 💸💸💸

Cuisine: Japanese

Address: #70 200 Granville St., Vancouver, BC 

Why You Need To Go: You can have fun learning how to make sushi at home.

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