Eat, train, and fight like a real Japanese sumo wrestler during this sumo demonstration and authentic ‘Chanko Nabe’ (hotpot) meal. Discover the history, training, and rules behind the typical sumo match as you watch real clashes. You can even try it yourself during a skirmish with a retired wrestler. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, dig into a tasty Chanko Nabe, a filling meal of hotpot, rice, miso, salad, French fries and more, used by these hulking fighters to gain weight. Admission to the demonstration and meals are both covered.
Take a deep dive into the world of Japanese seafood during this tour of the outer Tsukiji Fish Market. Rub shoulders with Michelin-starred chefs as they shop for ingredients at this sprawling, 80-year-old market for all things aquatic. Investigate the various stalls selling fish, shellfish, and everything in between, and sample Japanese favorites such as sushi, dried bonito, fresh Tuna, and sake. A local guide and all food on the tour are included.
Combine the cultural delights and delectable bites of Tokyo on this 3-hour food tour of Japan’s capital. Accompanied by a guide, delve into the culinary scene of the city by visiting several popular bars and restaurants. Sample local specialties like succulent grilled meat skewers, sweet cakes and refreshing sake. Deepen your knowledge of Japanese culinary and cultural traditions and enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour limited to 12 people.
Get a taste of Japanese food and culture during this walking tour of Tokyo’s Shibuya district. Escape the tourist hordes as you eat like a Japanese local, sampling favorites like ‘okonomiyaki’ (savory egg pancakes), Wagyu beef skewers and more in the area’s off-the-beaten-path eateries and hangouts. Toast your adventure, and new friends, with an included glass of beer, ‘shochu’ (rice liquor) or soft drinks.
Enjoy classic Japanese experience at our selected restaurants. Local food & drinks as we journey through Tokyo’s busiest area in Shinjuku.- 7+ mouth-watering Japanese food tastings, enough for a full dinner meal, served from three selected restaurants.- Drinks to taste great Izakaya style dinner. You may also choose your drinks (Beer, Sake & other drinks). Non-alcoholic beverage also available. - Explore Shinjuku visiting famous must-see spots as well as hidden gems. Enjoy unique views of Tokyo’s neon town, Kabukicho. Please let us know if you have any food restrictions beforehand.
Let's taste "Must-eats in Japan", Sushi & Wagyu! Our friendly local guide will take you to 3 places, where you will try the authentic Japanese Sushi, Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) and dessert. Here are some highlights of this tour.-A must-go tour for foodies of all ages where you will explore 3 foodie locations in the vibrant cityscape of Shinjuku.- See an authentic Sushi chef (Itamae) create an artisan Nigiri sushi right in front of you with fresh fish.- Step into the world of Toshiro Mifune, and indulge in various kinds of Wagyu in an exciting Japanese BBQ Experience.- Cool off as you wander around Kabukicho and enjoy an artisan Gelato, while surrounded by the lights and sounds of Kabukicho.
Ultra-modern Tokyo still holds many old-fashioned surprises when you know where to go. On this 3-hour walking tour in the Ningyocho and Nihonbashi districts, your local guide shares hidden gems such as long-established shops that carry traditional musical instruments and incense. Learn about classic Japanese art forms and see vendors with stationery, calligraphy materials, gold-leaf decor and more. You'll also taste some favorite snacks while exploring a lesser-known side of Tokyo, traveling with a small group limited to 12 people for a personalized experience.
Savor authentic Tokyo food on this "izakaya" tour of Sangenjaya, a vibrant neighborhood that’s away from the city tourist trail. You’ll tour the Japanese pubs, known as izakaya, where after-work drinkers and friends go to socialize over local snacks and beer. Giving you an insight into Tokyo culture, the experience is perfect for those looking for a taste of local life with delicious Japanese food that won’t be found on any tourist menus.
Discover the history and traditions of Asakusa on a half-day tour of this older part of Tokyo. Get an in-depth experience as you ride through the district by rickshaw, then stroll along the main shopping street where you sample traditional Japanese snacks. Stop into the famous Sensoji temple, then head to Kappabashi Kitchen street. Finish the tour at a traditional restaurant where you learn to make okonomiyaki (savory pancake).
Eat and shop like a Japanese local and immerse yourself in this food-themed trip inside both of Tokyo’s two famous fish markets, Toyosu and Tsukiji. Quite possibly the best places to get a sense of Japanese culinary culture!Meet up with your guide at your hotel or Toyosu Market where you will experience the energy and excitement of the early morning tuna auction. With all this walking, you learn about the market’s history and why many of Japan’s top chefs visit daily to pick up the freshest-quality ingredients. Luckily, you’ll be able to sample a tasty assortment of Japanese foodstuffs like sushi, Japanese omelettes, tea, sake, fried fish cakes, and fresh oysters to help fuel your exploration.After the tour, you can stay in the market to enjoy the rest of your breakfast or lunch at your leisure.Note*1: The Nationally-licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter certification is issued by the Japanese government requires a good knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history.
Refine your cooking skills and enrich your knowledge of Japanese cuisine during a kaiseki ryouri (haute cuisine) cookery class in Tokyo. In a small group, limited to a maximum of 10 people, prepare up to eight different dishes featuring Wagyu beef, Japanese vegetables, and traditional seasonings. Then, sit down to feast on the fruits of your labors, accompanied by sake and green tea.
Go beyond the typical dining establishments frequented by tourists and get a real taste of local life on this guided food tour in Tokyo. In the company of a local host, discover local ingredients and dishes you have never heard of, and visit eateries you'd never find on your own. Eat your way around the city, visiting 6-8 different places that might include from side street yakitori, tiny sushi joints, and lively izakaya, while your host shares insights into Tokyo food culture.
We do tour explore both new Toyosu market and traditional Tsukiji market based on food and drink. Toyosu market is Tokyo's vibrant Tsukiji Fish Market. Wander through new fish market with a local guide.(we could not enter the wholesale area.) After that we move to Tsukiji traditional market and try many Japanese foods while sightseeing and learning about the Japanese culture during this 3.5-hour tour.
Unless you can read and speak Japanese, navigating Tokyo’s fish markets and food stalls can be a difficult task. Overcome the language barrier on a culinary tour that’s designed to orient first-time visitors in the largest fish market in the world. You'll discover local delicacies that may have missed if exploring alone.
Japan is a rare country that uses both the Christian era and the Japanese era.Showa (After 2nd World War) ~ Heisei ~ Reiwa (This will be Olympic era)We'll visit Hidden Reiwa Izakaya ＆ Showa Izakaya tonight!Please enjoy to Japanese traditional food & drink with our history in LOCAL hidden places!You will definitely understand our big change.There're uncountable Izakaya in Shinjuku.But mostly for only touristy places sadly.Shinjuku became famous tourist spot already as u know.There're many looks like local Izakaya but it's just looks like.They don't have any tradition, history and great Japanese chef.It’s really hard to find great Izakaya in Tokyo even Japanese now.So many foreigners can't experience REAL Japanese Izakaya.We really wanna tell you how delicious Japanese food and great deals!Our places are absolutely different taste, level & atmosphere.(We chose best ones from over 500 shops)Best Izakaya have to be combines amazing atmosphere and tasty for us.We are sure about we can change your mind about what’s Izakaya.Don’t experience just surface of Japan. Please enjoy Real Japan.Eg..Whale Sashimi, Horse Sashimi, Chicken Sashimi, Sake with puffer fish fin with fire, Wasabi & plum Yakitori (skewered chicken), alcoholic Bubble tea, sparkling Sake, alcoholic Matcha tea, Sea cucumber Sashimi, fried fish borne..exWe may go to Izakaya that tourists can't enter usually.If you still can drinking after tour time is over..Let's go drinking together as a friend!?lolCheers our friends!
In this two-in-one walking and food tour, explore Japanese shrines and through Tsukiji Fish Market for seafood that has satisfied the Japanese palate for ages. Tsukiji Market, perhaps the most popular fish market in the world is filled with various seafood and fish from all around the world. Here, guests will have a chance to visit the outer market of Tsukiji and come face to face with Tsukiji's food. After sampling more than 5 of Tsukiji's greatest offerings, a local, knowledgeable guide will make this food tour a blast. After more and more food, their trip will end with a glourious seafood bowl with sashimi fresh from the market. Enjoy the food paradise with your local guide.
- Taste a variety of great food samplings as we explore non-touristy part of Asakusa, Tokyo. Visit 4+ local food vendors with more than 100 years of history in Asakusa. - Learn and practice authentic Japanese eating style and eat like a local at a local standing sushi bar and soba restaurant. - Discover other parts of Asakusa outside of your guidebook. Connect with local business owners to learn the history and local culture.
Learn the ins and outs of one of Japan’s most delectable spirits—Japanese whisky—during this small-group tasting experience. Join a private guide to drink like a true Tokyo resident at a locally-run bar, where you’ll get an insider’s run-down of Japan’s most esteemed labels. Enjoy samples that are usually costly and difficult to find, including award-winning bottles of aged whisky, in this under-the-radar watering hole.
Let's go to 2-hour food tour of Japan’s capital.Accompanied by a guide, visiting several popular bars and restaurants. Sample Japanese food is just like yakitori, japanese sake and monjayakiDeepen your knowledge of Japanese culinary and cultural traditions and enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour limited to 15 people.2-hour walking tour of Tokyo’s nighttime food scene, with all tastings!
Sample the raucous nightlife and good times found in Asakusa during this 3-hour nighttime food and drink crawl. This historic area may draw hordes of tourists during the day, but after dark it’s a true locals’ hangout, ensuring you an authentic nocturnal adventure. Raise a glass with some of Japan’s famous ‘salary-men’ as you enjoy craft beer, sake, and a variety of Japanese ‘izakaya’ (pub) foods. One included drink per restaurant, plus a local guide and food tasting ensure the party keeps going.
Located north-east of the heart of Tokyo, Ueno has been a perfect destination for those who desire good food and cultural exploration. What makes Ueno distinctively unique is its dynamic blend of contrasts; chaos and serenity, urban development and natural beauty, modernity and tradition, common touch and nobility.Ueno Park is located on what was once the grounds of the largest, most prestigious temple in Edo (old Tokyo), from the the 17th to 19th century. It is one of the most beloved cherry-blossom viewing spots in Tokyo. Local Japanese and tourists flock together for shopping and eating at its nearby district Ameyoko, where you will find a countless number of unique bars and dining places.While tasting the foods and enjoying the atmosphere of the area, you will find yourself becoming welcomed as a local in this friendly community.
Explore the izakaya bars of the Ueno, Shinbashi or Ikebukuro districts of Tokyo with an expert local guide. Your 2-hour tour takes you into popular local spots that most visitors never see. Delve into the heart of Japan’s izakaya — a casual bar that serves up small plates of delicious Japanese fare (think tapas). Your guide translates the menus and helps you to choose a range of tasty food and drinks at three different venues. Don’t miss this chance to experience local culture and food traditions firsthand.
Follow a knowledgeable guide through one of the world’s largest fish markets during this food tour of east Tokyo. Start with a stroll around the outer Tsukiji Market, and taste specialty foods and drinks such as Japanese omelettes, fresh oysters and sushi, fried fish cakes, sake, and tea—enough to add up to lunch. Then continue on to the Asakusa district to sample sweets at a traditional cafe. You'll experience Japanese culture through its food, just like the locals do.
Go off the beaten track in one of Tokyo's most-trafficked areas on a food tour of Shibuya. In a small group of no more than 10 people, your guide will take you to some hidden dining venues, missed by most visitors, where you can try traditional Japanese foods you may never have eaten before.