In this video, The Sushi Man will teach you step-by-step on how to make Nigiri Sushi. 🍣 BONUS: Get the Ultimate Sushi Kit for FREE at https://UltimateSushiKit.com🍣 What's in this video:00:00 How To Make Nigiri Sushi00:38 Supplies and Ingredients01:39 Tezu (temizu)02:13 Making Nigiri-zushiNigiri-zushi is one of the most traditional and pure forms of sushi. And yes, you read it right! In this case, it’s technically pronounced zushi with a “Z” instead of sushi. Reason being the word “sushi” is used as a general term when the type of sushi is not specified. But when there’s a prefix, or in other words when we talk about a particular style of sushi such as nigiri-zushi, temaki-zushi, or chirashi-zushi, we change the S to a Z. Anyways, a little Japanese language lesson for you. When nigiri-zushi is done well, each piece has a perfect balance between the vinegared rice and neta (usually raw fish). This makes every bite an amazing and exciting adventure for your tastebuds. In this video I go over step-by-step on how to make nigiri-zushi using one of the most common and traditional Japanese techniques called kote-gaeshi. After you watch this video, you should have a good knowledge and understanding of each step that goes into making nigiri. With practice, you’ll be on your way to making authentic nigiri-zushi in no time! 🍣 What I talk about on this channel: Sushi, how to make sushi at home, how to make sushi rice, Japanese food, homemade sushi, sushi rolls, how to roll sushi, Japanese cooking, sake, sushi supplies and equipment, how to cut fish for sushi, sushi sake pairings, and more!🍣 Get the Ultimate Sushi Kit for FREE at https://UltimateSushiKit.com🍣 Contact The Sushi Man: [email protected]🍣 About The Sushi Man:Jun Nakajima, CHEF AND FOUNDERRaised in a restaurant household, Jun's love for food began at a very early age. His parents have owned and operated a Japanese restaurant for over 30 years where he practiced and honed his culinary skills. Somewhat forced upon, he was taught the art of sushi making in his teenage years. He quickly fell in love not only with the art but the endless opportunities that came with it. He has traveled around the globe to try different styles of sushi, most importantly to Japan.After college, Jun had taken an opportunity to live in the motherland of sushi, working for something completely outside the culinary field. In those two years his appreciation of the culture, people, history and food deepened. He became addicted to the food scene and found himself traveling from one end of the island to the other, eating and drinking some of the best foods and drinks he's ever had. This experience became the seed which eventually bloomed to become The Sushi Man.