- Roppongi walking tour with Japanese-style dinner
- Explore one of Tokyo's hottest shopping and entertainment districts at twilight
- Enjoy all-you-can-eat hotpot of sukiyaki, shabu-shabu or vegetarian (depending on option selected)
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
And there goes the neighborhood -- Roppongi is one of the most popular night spots in Tokyo for both locals and international visitors alike. After your dinner experience, top off your night by visiting one of the many entertainment establishments in the area.
What You Can Expect
Start your Roppongi excursion at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo Roppongi in the evening, where you’ll meet your guide and begin a short walking tour of the district. Admire this bustling neighborhood, its neon signage and glitzy retail outlets glowing in the fading light of twilight, as you check out Roppongi sights like Keyakizaka-dori and Azabujuban.
Finish your short walking tour and head to the Shabuzen restaurant, a frequent hangout spot for local and international celebrities alike. Get comfortable and listen as your guide explains the eatery’s all-you-can-eat menu before bidding farewell for the evening.
Depending on the tour option you’ve selected, your dinner consists of either sukiyaki, one of the most popular styles of hot pot, or shabu-shabu, a slightly less sweet variation. Both styles are made with thinly-sliced beef and vegetables which are assembled at the table in front of you and accompanied by dipping sauce. A vegetarian option of hot pot with meatless side dishes is also available if you like. Full details on the menu options are detailed in the Itinerary below.
Please note that drinks are not included with your dinner and can be purchased at your own expense.
After your filling dinner, feel free to explore the area on your own or head back to your Tokyo hotel.
Option 2: SukiyakiIf you select sukiyaki, a sweeter hot-pot style dish typically served in winter, enjoy thinly sliced beef slowly simmered in broth with soy sauce, mirin, sake and sugar in a shallow iron pot at your table.
Option 3: VegetarianIf you select a vegetarian option, enjoy a vegetable hot pot with a three-piece assortment of seasonal vegetables, soup in an earthenware teapot, steamed white rice with miso soup, pickles and dessert. (Please note: The soup base is a fish broth and eggs are used in the tempura batter.)
Very professional accommodation. Dinner was good, we enjoed everybit of it.
Great time! Guide gives good guidance at Roppongi Hills and checks you in for dinner. Guide does not stay for dinner but the owners were nice and understood us. Food was awesome! Thought a tradition 7 course Japanese meal would be to small but we were pleasantly stuffed by the end.
The observatory and sky deck give great views of the city at night. Then you are take to a local restaurant where the food is stunning. Would recommend to anyone who wants to experience good Japanese food and/or a romantic evening in Tokyo
Our guide was very informative and knew a lot about food.
The food was sensational.
With the views over the city as well, it was a brilliant night out.
This was highlight of our week in Japan. We were so well looke dfater by the guide and the meal was wonderful. A real taste of Japan in a beautfil restaurant with very helpful and attentive staff. Great value for money and I would strongly recommend this trip
This was a very nice tour. Our tour guide was very nice and helpful, she recommended places to o after the tour was over. The food was delicious and plentiful.
Very pleasant evening walk followed by a decent dinner.
Excellent guide. Dinner was a little too touristy -- one of every thing was too much food.
I booked this dinner for my last day in Tokyo. My guide did not know where was what in the observatory, so minus points for that. Other than that, if you want to experience a traditional style Japanese shabu shabu, this is great. The waitress was very attentive, and the 7 course meal was delicious.