THIS TOUR IS DIFFERENT THAN OTHER TOURS! I focus on food and drinks. The main focus is drinking at each spot while we eat some outstanding food. I provide 5 hour tours. I will be taking you around the neighborhood that has the best food in Seoul, HANDS DOWN! There are tiny alleys that even Koreans don't know about! I have taken many people around here including my native Korean friends and they will agree that it is the best of the best! I promise you won't be disappointed in this tour. Just make sure to bring a huge appetite since we will be trying a ton of dishes!
I do not take you to places that you will be able to find on google or are commercialized. I take you to places you would typically not be able to go to on your own.
This is the ideal pick for first-time visitors to Tokyo. Avoid the tourist traps and benefit from having a guide to take you to secret places that locals love in Ueno. Visit exciting local haunts that you likely wouldn’t find alone such as a standing bar, and a tavern. Learn about the type of food and drinks locals eat and get the chance to try delicious ramen.
Gain a better understanding of sake during this tour that explores the Fushimi Sake District of Kyoto. Visit Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, one of the largest sake breweries in Fushimi, and end your visit with a sake-tasting session. Not only will your guide be able to explain the basics of sake and introduce you to new kinds you may have never tried, but your tastings will also be paired with Japanese snacks that enhance the tasting experience.
Sake is a Japanese alcoholic drink that’s also known as rice wine. It can be tricky as an outsider to know which type of sake to order, and what the difference is between terms such as “junmai” and “junmai ginjo”. Eliminate language barriers, and boost your sake knowledge by having a tasting session with a sake sommelier in Tokyo. Try three types of sake with detailed explanations of the best way to drink them, and tasty snacks included.
Eat your way around Osaka on this foodie tour, where your local guide will take you to five hidden eateries where you will be trying ten different dishes. Some of the dishes included are gyoza, oden, kitsune udon, takoyaki and more. You’ll also try two drinks, alcoholic and nonalcoholic, to give you a full picture of the food and drink culture of the area. This is a small group tour, with max 8 guests.
When visiting Osaka, it can be challenging to discover where the locals go to eat and drink. Join some Osaka residents for a night out, and come home feeling like you’ve made new friends. Your personable guides navigate a small group of eight or fewer to the izakayas and backstreet bars of Namba, Shinsaibashi, and Amemura, where you sample local food and drink throughout the evening.
Get an insiders' eye perspective on Kyoto on this walking tour that combines a food tour with anthropological insight. Wander through the city's streets and understand the nighttime entertainment scene, from geiko (geisha) to hostesses. Afterward, sample regional specialties accompanied by included drinks at standing bars/restaurants.
Sake—traditional rice wine—is Japan’s most famous drink and Kyoto’s Fushimi District is renowned for its sake production, home to over 30 breweries. On this tour, find out how sake is made, discover the many varieties, and learn which sake suits each occasion. Sample seven different sakes, accompanied by tasty Japanese snacks, and leave with a cheat sheet to help you order your favorite sakes while in Japan.
See two of the top attractions near Nagano on this full-day excursion. Explore the tranquil grounds of Zenko-ji, a lovely religious site known for its historic Buddhist statue. Enjoy a sake tasting and lunch before heading down a beautiful forest trail to the home of the snow monkeys, a group of local macaques known for their willingness to live in the snow and bathe in the local hot spring.
Eating Vietnamese dishes is temporary, but learning to cook local specialties lasts for a lifetime. Opt for an insider experience during a cooking class in a local villa, a great choice for food lovers and families. As well as receiving personalized attention in a small group limited to 10, you’ll explore a local market and enjoy the convenience of hotel pickup and drop-off, an added benefit not usually included with cooking classes.
This value-packed trip with a government-licensed and experienced multilingual tour guide is a fantastic and efficient way to explore Himeji!
Himeji is home to Japan's biggest and best-preserved feudal-era castle, Himeji-jo. Its white-plaster facade and elegant presence earned it the nickname Shirasagi-jo (White Egret Castle). Widely considered Japan's finest castle, it is worthy as the focus of a day trip to the area.
Let us know what you would like to experience and we will customize a four-hour tour that's best for you!
Note*1: Please select your must-see spots from a list in the tour information to create your customized itinerary.
Note*2: The National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter certification is issued by the Japanese government requires a good knowledge and understanding of Japanese culture and history.
Try all kinds of Khmer cuisine on this foodie tour in Phnom Penh, where you make several stops at street food stalls, local restaurants, and even a cocktail bar. Savor local specialties, discover hidden gems of Cambodia's culinary scene, and enjoy unlimited beer or soft drinks throughout the evening. Your guide also provides insight into the local food, culture, and history of the Cambodian capital.
Get a deeper experience of Kyoto food culture than would be possible on your own by joining this guided tour. Stroll through the districts of Gion and Pontocho, stopping in to small bars and restaurants to sample traditional drinks and food, as you explore.
Enjoy a night out in Osaka without stressing over where to go with this nightlife tour of the city. With visits to at least three bars and one club included, the crawl showcases the city’s most happening venues and introduces you to like-minded travelers at the same time. Enjoy discounted drinks and free shots, and explore Osaka after dark with a group of up to 50 people, aged mostly between 21 and 38 years old. Drinkers must be at least 20 years old, and ID is required.
Find the best viewpoints on this private tour from Tokyo via minivan. Choose between visiting Mt. Fuji or Hakone and relax as your guide navigates twisting mountain roads with ease en route to sites such as Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Ashi, and Arakurayama Sengen Park. This full-day tour also includes hotel pickup and drop-off, a guide available in several languages, and the possibility to curate your trip to suit your interests—a privilege only allowed by a private tour.
First, we will give our guests a sake tasting and brief explanation.
A course where you can eat various parts of Japanese beef. You can also enjoy ingredients unique to Japan and seasonal sake.
Sake is paired with each of the 7 meals.
The course content changes depending on the season.
If you are interested in Japanese sake or want to try wagyu beef, let's enjoy dinner together. Group reservations are also possible. Please feel free to contact us as we can make a reservation from one person.
Lovers of good food and drink won't want to miss this sake-tasting session with a sake sommelier in Tokyo. Learn about different varieties of the traditional Japanese drink, and the kinds of foods to pair it with. Sample at least six different kinds of sake and snacks that have been chosen especially to complement them. You'll have fun with old friends and new, and come away with new knowledge that you can use later.
Takayama city had 56 brewers more than 300 years ago. Good water and good environment made lot's of Sake brewer.
Now there are 7 brewers inside 200m area remain cityside of Takayama.
(This density is very rare things in all over the world.)
You can see the oldest & biggest sake brewery in our tour.
If you need other language guide, please let us know.
If you wanted to private tour let us know.
Not less than 2 person.
Under Japanese law, alcoholic beverages under the age of 20 are not allowed.
Please call us if you want to do our tour within few hours.
If it's raining/snowing possible to do this tour.
Learn all about the history and techniques of sake production—and taste a range of different sake styles—on this small-group Kyoto tour. Meet your guide in the afternoon, and discover Kyoto’s sake brewery district. You’ll visit the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum for an immersive introduction to sake. Then, follow your guide to an atmospheric local bar where you can sample a range of different sake varieties.
Let your hair down and explore the lively side of bustling Phuket on this pub crawl. Follow your guide along Bangla Road—the heart of Phuket’s nightlife—and stop for drinks in two of the street’s best bars and a nightclub. With a free shot at each venue included, drink and dance your way through your night on the town, and see the best of Phuket’s legendary nightlife.
If you’re interested in learning how sake is made, this is the tour for you. A guide meets you at the station and takes you to the brewery, so you won’t have to worry about getting lost. Visit the historic Tenryo Sake Brewery, which is one of the oldest sake breweries in the Hida region. A sake brewer shows you the step-by-step process of making sake. A highlight is being able to taste different sakes, and conveniently, tastings are included.
Taste traditional delicacies of Siem Reap on this guided sunset tour. Discover hidden gems of the city and flavors to delight the senses. From delicacies served in restaurants, dining in Siem Reap’s oldest guesthouse, to authentic street food - this exciting, jam-packed tour is made for foodies. Sip on local beer and historically themed cocktails and see the city come to life at sunset.
Get a real taste of Cambodia as you sample Siem Reap specialty Sombai. Learn how the local liqueur is made by mixing rice wine with rum on a 1-hour tour of a Sombai workshop, and see the infusion room where fruits and spices are used for flavor. Finally, sample the famous liqueur, tasting 8 different flavors from sweet to spicy, and perhaps purchase some as a unique souvenir. This small-group tour includes hotel pick-up and round-trip transfers from Siem Reap.
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 and traditional Japanese food and drinks.
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