Inge Zweerts de Jong
Esther Velzen
Anita Paalvast

WBII Networking – February Lunch: Sushi Morikawa

  • 28 February 2019
    12:00 - 14:00

The fourth Thursday of February, our regular network evening, falls during the school holidays once again this year. As this has become a tradition, we are inviting you to join us for a Japanese lunch at Sushi Morikawa.

Fun, informal, and delicious, this is a great opportunity to relax and connect with one another. Space is limited though, so please sign up as soon as you can and do let us know if there are any food preferences the Chef needs to be aware of.


Menu Options

For those who are not into sushi or raw fish, the chef is ready to prepare other options, such as meat dishes and cooked fish.

The last chance to request special dietary requirements is Saturday 23rd February!


€25 per person, includes tea. Additional drinks are at your own cost.

Only 20 places available!


Please don’t forget to de-register if you are not able to make it after all.

We are required to confirm the number of participants and menu preferences by 12:00 on Tuesday 26 February 2019, cancellation (via email to is only possible prior to that time.

See also: Cancellation Policy

In accordance with GDPR legislation, we are informing you that it is customary for photographs to be taken of and an article written about our events. If you do not wish to be in any photographs, or you do not want your name listed below as a guest, please inform the WBII.

Guest List

  •  Marga Feenstra
  •  Lisa Hall
  •  Lamprini Kiosse
  •  Maaike Lafarre
  •  Nancy Mayer
  •  Akanksha Menon
  •  Esther Offringa
  •  Miriam Ryan
  •  Aleyda Santos
  •  Karen Shaw
  •  Jet Sichterman
  •  Deborah Valentine
  •  Esther Velzen


Venue Phone: +31 70 392 4180

Venue Website:

Balistraat 3, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2585 XK, Netherlands


Sushi MorikawaSushi Morikawa, the Osaka-style sushi restaurant of Den Haag.

Osaka is traditionally the centre of the foodmarket in Japan. Where the inhabitants of Osaka are proudly considered to be connoisseurs, “Kuidaores” or “Those who stuff themselves” with a great sense of humor and few pretences.

The hand pressed sushi, better known abroad as Edo-mae sushi finds its origin in Tokyo. However, Osaka style sushi is different and is known as Hakozushi (press box sushi). The sushi rice is pressed in a rectangular wooden mall and is combined with shrimp, raw eel and raw fish. This special combination creates a delicate taste sensation. We invite you to acquaint yourselves with this original and traditional Hakozushi.

Besides diner at the restaurant our service includes lunchboxes (take-away) and catering for private parties, including lunch parties.