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  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – The Tsukiji Fish Market

    Tsukiji is the World-famous market called the “Kitchen of Tokyo.” Though the inner market was moved, it is huge and still covers a large area (The Outer Market) and a mini wholesale area. Our Tokyo FooDrink Tour will take you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods in the outer market. You will sample a variety of Japanese foods ranging from finger foods to delicacies. Our knowledgeable guides also deliver a lot of tips about the Japanese culinary culture during the tour. We also visit the mini wholesale area and see many kinds of fish and foods, then eat the freshest tuna! The tour will be concluded at an authentic Sushi restaurant with fresh Sushi.

    8:30-11:30 (3.0 hours)

    392 Reviews

    ¥ 9,000 / Per Person

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  • Tokyo FooDrink Tour – Local delicatessen street “Sunamachi”

    Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located in a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high-tech city full of busy people, however, here in Sunamachi, time flows slowly, and friendly supportive locals still run their family businesses. Exploring and seeing nostalgic shops is enjoyable. For example, an Oden hotpot shop sells the steaming hot ingredients at the front and a Yakitori Skewed chicken shop always gives off good smells. Many shops have been in business for over 60 years. Their foods are made with passed down family recipes and have supported the neighborhoods’ daily diet.

    3.5 hours

    51 Reviews

    ¥ 9,000 / Per Person

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  • Tokyo FooDrink Sweets Tour @ Asakusa

    Asakusa is one of the must see sightseeing spots in Tokyo. It keeps Japanese traditional atmosphere. Also there’s the biggest kitchen goods streets “Kappabashi” near Asakusa. You can, not only taste many traditional Japanese sweets, but also learn Japanese culture more with our professional guide. (*Please join us after lunch.)

    3 hours

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    ¥ 8,000 / Per Person

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  • Asakusa Street Food and Local Drink Tour [Evening Tour]

    Tour Asakusa at night when there are fewer tourists and more locals coming out for the nightlife. Eat local foods and drink alcoholic beverages as you mingle with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about Sake culture and the different types in Japan. Then, stroll around the beautiful area. Nighttime in Sensoji Temple is calm and peaceful rather than the busy daytime. The tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki or savory pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is a Tokyoite’s soul food! Let’s try local foods and join in the Japanese Kampai (“Cheers” in Japanese) party. You can feel what is like to be a local salaried man and woman! Kanpai!!.)

    3 hours

    28 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

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  • Sake brewery visit and tasting Tour

    Do you like SAKE? There is only one brewery in Tokyo metropolitan area. With this tour, we will visit the brewery “Koyama Shuzo” to learn how to make Sake and taste several types of Sake. After that, we will visit the local “Izakaya”, a drinking/eating joint, a classic standing bar and enjoy sake with Oden (Japanese hotchpotch).

    3 hours

    1 Reviews

    ¥ 8,000 / Per Person

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  • Tsukiji Fish Market Explore + Sushi Making Experience Tour

    Sushi is the most popular food of Japan and Sushi restaurants are everywhere in the world nowadays. However, few people have actually had the experience of making Sushi the traditional way. Our Tokyo Foodrink Tour offers a special opportunity for a Sushi making class taught by a professional Sushi chef. Moreover, our knowledgeable guide will show you the important elements of Japanese culinary culture in the Tsukiji market before the class. Combined with the Tsukiji exploration and the Sushi class, you will gain insight and learn it’s many secrets. We challenge you to be a Sushi master!

    4.0 hours

    118 Reviews

    ¥ 13,000 / Per Person

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  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Nishiki Street & Gion

    In the center of Kyoto, there’s a Nishiki market. It has more than 400 years history, so Nishiki market is called “Kyoto’s Kitchen”. There are more than 130 shops along Nichiki street(about 400m). You could taste and see several types of Kyoto food, then let’s learn Kyoto’s original food culture!! After Nishiki, we take a walk around Gion(Geisha area) and learn culture as well.

    3.0 hours

    90 Reviews

    ¥ 9,500 / Per Person

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  • Kyoto FooDrink Tour – Arashiyama

    Maybe you have seen the picture of the Bamboo Grove of Japan at least once. That’s the highlight in Arashiyama! Arashiyama was a villa of Aristocracy more than 1000 years ago. We also visit the traditional beautiful Togetsukyo bridge and Tenryuji temple with beautiful gardens. Then we walk around the Sagano area. While walking, we can try many types of foods!!

    3.5 hours

    67 Reviews

    ¥ 10,000 / Per Person

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  • Tsukiji Fish market Tuna auction Tour

    The tuna auction is held in Tsukiji fish market only on the market opening days. The best tunas are gathered from all over the world. You can see how quickly they are sold and also get to feel the energy of the fish market! What you can do/see • See the famous tuna auction with knowledgeable guide • Visit the outer Tsukiji fish market (Jogai-shijo)

    3.5 hours

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    ¥ 10,000 / Per Person

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  • Tokyo 1–Day Highlights Private Walking Tour (8 Hours)

    First, we will meet you at your hotel, then take you to the Tsukiji Fish Market and let you enjoy the atmosphere of the world’s biggest fish market. After that, we will take you to Asakusa. We will visit the most famous temple in Tokyo, Sensoji, then we will go walking around one of the most traditional towns in Tokyo. After enjoying the delicious lunch in Asakusa, we will move to the Harajuku area. There you will get to witness the extreme contrast between the older calm religious Meiji Shrine to the modern busy pop culture filled Takeshita Street. Lastly, we will take you to Shibuya, one of the craziest places in the whole world, where you will get to experience and enjoy the one and only famous scramble crossing!!

    8 hours

    86 Reviews

    ¥ 40,000 / Per Group

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  • Kamakura Private Walking Tour

    Take a train heading south from Tokyo for about 1 hour and you will get to Kamakura, the old Shogunate capital of Japan. Kamakura has many historically significant Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines, so you may be able to somehow still feel the samurai power at these historic sites. These sites include the Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine, the Hasedera Temple, and the Great Buddha! You can also explore the local shopping street “Komachi Dori”. HIGHLIGHTS • Visit Tsurugaoka Hachiman Shrine • Enjoy shopping at Komachi Dori • Check out the Great Buddha

    8 hours

    2 Reviews

    ¥ 43,000 / Per Group

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  • Tokyo Half Day West Tokyo Private Walking Tour (4 Hours)

    There are some big towns in the west side of Tokyo, such as Shibuya, Harajuku, Shinjuku, and Ikebukuro. With this tour, we will visit Shibuya, Harajuku and Shinjuku. HIGHLIGHT • SEE unique culture at Scramble crossing and Takeshita street. • FEEL the gap between quiet atmosphere at one of the biggest shrines in Tokyo, Meiji shrine and young pop culture, Takeshita street. • Explore one of the busiest towns, Shinjuku. (This tour does not include the visit to Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building or Shinjuku Gyoen park.)

    4 hours

    9 Reviews

    ¥ 22,500 / Per Group

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