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Flavors of Japan Walking Tour in Tokyo
From USD 135.00
Get a crash course in Japanese cuisine during this 3-hour walking and culinary tour in Tokyo. Included tastings and beverages help you learn about the different regional foods of Japan, how they are made, and why Japanese food is popular all over the world.
Make your way to Coredo to meet your guide, between Coredo Muromachi 1 and Coredo Muromachi 2, at 10am. Take off on your walking tour, visiting nine shops along the way, each of which represent a different region and cuisine of the country. Sample traditional regional delicacies such as wagashi (dessert), satsuma imo (fried sweet potatoes), tsukemono (pickled vegetables), dashi (soup stock), and more. Your last tasting is a full Washoku lunch with your group and guide, over which you will discuss what you learned during your tastings. Continue in to the Depachika, an underground market, where your guide will point you in the right direction to find the best after-lunch snacks. You are free to explore further on your own from there.
Whenever I get to a new destination I always go on a food tour as I find they're the best way learn all about the history and culture of an area while trying some delicious food too.
Obviously Tokyo is massive and pretty overwhelming, so...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile
The best food tour in Tokyo
Our family of four (with two teens) had the best time on this tour. Yoko was fabulous and knew so much about the food and Japan. She took us to the best places, and part of the fun was that we just loved getting to...More
1 Thank sherrihathaway
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile
I am glad i have booked arigato japan. Ive been to tokyo several times but when i experienced the tour, i appreciate japan even more thank you so much arigato japan
1 Thank Sherill L
Gastonia, North Carolina
Reviewed 23 April 2018
Fun and unique experience learning about food & culture in Tokyo!
My friend and I had such a great time with Arigato Japan on their Flavors of Japan walking tour in Tokyo. Our guide Asami was very fun, knowledgable and helpful to us on our tour. No need to eat beforehand because by the end of...More
Date of experience: April 2018
1 Thank Alexis B
Reviewed 24 March 2018
Wonderful tour, delicious food and a very friendly and knowledgeable guide
What a treat this tour was. Our first trip to Japan and only the second day in Tokyo. Asami met us at the cafe and we were so lucky to be the only ones on the tour today. We walked all around the stores near...More