Food Tour TOUR
Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese food for foreigners. It's easy to eat, but it can be difficult to make. During this tour, you can learn how to make sushi from a professional Sushi master. To be a Sushi master, you have to practice for more than 10 years, but in this workshop, you will learn the simple ins and outs of making Sushi so you can make delicious Sushi yourself. Before the workshop, you will explore the Kuromon Market and Namba area learn about Japanese food and Osaka culture. At the end we will take you to the Dotonbori bridge. Why don’t we take a photo with sushi master and famous Glico man?
¥ 13,000 / Per Person
This is small-group guided tour of the city's best food spots Nishiki Market and exploring the Gion geisha district and Famous Fushimi Inari Shrine. Start at the deliciously 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and stalls beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the market with the local guide, learning about the history of food in the city and taste many dishes unique to Kyoto, including tofu skin, pickled vegetables, special rice ball, deep fried fish cakes, Japanese pike conger eel, Japanese omelet and Sake. After the market, visit a shrine dedicated to the god of education to learn about our religion. Then, you will walk around Pontocho and Gion district. If you are lucky, you can see real Geisha on the tour. Then we will rest our foot with traditional Japanese sweet in Gion. Then head to Famous Fushimi Inari shrine (Thousand of red Torii gate). You can talk and discuss about your trip with your local guide.
¥ 11,500 / Per Person
Gain a local introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour and cooking experience. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 shops and stalls will beckon your taste buds. Stroll through the Market and learn about its history and taste the sample snacks. What makes this tour even more special is a 1.5-hour cooking class making Western Japanese style local dishes such as Inari sushi, miso soup, egg omelette, and marinated vegetable. During the lesson, you will learn homemade, traditional technique of Japanese cooking. You can enjoy your edible creation for lunch along with a selection of paired Shochu "Japanese distilled alcohol" after the lesson. Cooking ingredients, tools and lunch with a beverage are all included. Just please bring your empty stomach!!
¥ 13,000 / Per Person
¥ 9,500 / Per Person