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REAL Tokyo Food and Drink Adventure (leave the tourists behind)

REAL Tokyo Food and Drink Adventure (leave the tourists behind) - Shinagawa, Japan

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Shinagawa, Japan

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$89.00

Ready for a small group (5 max.) Tokyo food tour that takes you deeper than what the Shinjuku or Shibuya areas can provide? Come with us and leave the canned, prefab tourist run behind, and instead get yourself a look into how locals unwind after work, all with nary a tourist in sight. Over the course of our 3-ish hours together, we'll visit three different standing bar restaurants (known as "tachinomi" in Japanese), which could roughly be depicted as bustling tapas places ... More info ›

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Ready for a small group (5 max.) Tokyo food tour that takes you deeper than what the Shinjuku or Shibuya areas can provide? Come with us and leave the canned, prefab tourist run behind, and instead get yourself a look into how locals unwind after work, all with nary a tourist in sight. Over the course of our 3-ish hours together, we'll visit three different standing bar restaurants (known as "tachinomi" in Japanese), which could roughly be depicted as bustling tapas places. There will be plenty of food, just in case the "bar" part makes you think otherwise. 

We spread our tachinomi visits across two different neighborhoods, with a 6 minute train ride between the two. Adjunct to the tachinomi odyssey is a slightly more anthropological one, covering a bounty of cultural sights and topics, from nightlife to grocery shopping and more. With food, three drinks, and train fare included, you won't need to spend a single, shiny yen this carefree night.

Your evening starts at JR Oimachi Station, which is just two minutes off the Yamanote (loop) Line from Shinagawa. Within moments we're snaking our way down the bustling, narrow backstreets that give this neighborhood the kind of character you just don't find in Tokyo's large-scale entertainment districts. It won't be long before we duck into our first tachinomi ("standing bar") for a cold beer and some tasty local, Japanese style pub grub. If beer's not your thing, there are other options. Also available, in case you are a little wary of some of the more "advanced" Japanese foods, are more classically Western palate-friendly options.

Hunger staved for the moment, we embark on an educational walk, explaining (with visual aids aplenty) the vagaries of the Japanese nightlife scene. It's a lighthearted stroll, and we have fun with it; you needn't worry about it being raucous or off-color, and this tour is suitable for teens too, should you have them in tow.

It's probably not going to surprise you that nightlife in Japan is not just about bars and clubs. There's something for everyone, seemingly at every stage of life, and every stage of the night. And since it's Japan, it's a totally safe stroll about these remarkably clean streets!

After about 30 minutes of real-world edumacation, we stop by our second spot for some yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) or perhaps some kushikatsu (fried goodies, also on skewers). Or maybe somewhere else. With a maximum of 5 guests, we've got flexibility. Regardless of where we stop, you can count on some impromptu interactions with locals. You may have heard that Tokyo people are not very social with strangers, but there must be something in the air in the places we go tonight. We find this air very refreshing.

Two restaurants and two drinks in, it's time to say goodbye to Oimachi. Fear not, though, because we're just a six minute ride to our next stop, Kamata. We've got a whole new set of sights for you here, and our guides go where most Japanese guides fear to take you (probably they're just afraid you'll be bored, but we feel confident you won't). Kamata has some great bubble era architecture with a smattering of fairly recent spruce-ups, and a classic old skool shotengai ("shopping street"). It's also got some good grub, and we have a spot with a chill vibe and friendly clientele all lined up. This is one of those endangered parts of Tokyo that's a bustling village with a distinct identity. While other parts succumb to chain stores and homogenization, Kamata stands strong, if perhaps not quite as classily.

Before you know it, we've been together for at least three hours, and it's time to really say goodbye. Your guide will be happy to get you to the train station, or even recommend another spot for a drink or two. You're on vacation after all.

Your guide will be a native or honestly equivalent speaker. Language barriers are a drag.

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Guided Go-Kart Tour Experience on the Streets of Tokyo

Guided Go-Kart Tour Experience on the Streets of Tokyo - Shinagawa, Japan

Duration: 2 to 4 hrs
Location: Shinagawa, Japan

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$69.33

Re-discover Tokyo riding custom-made street go-karts dressed up in your favorite characters from Comics, Games, and Anime. Your tour will be guided by professional guides that will make sure your experience is not only fun but also safe. You can choose a 2-hour course or 3-hour course for this fun experience ... More info ›

Re-discover Tokyo riding custom-made street go-karts dressed up in your favorite characters from Comics, Games, and Anime. Your tour will be guided by professional guides that will make sure your experience is not only fun but also safe. You can choose a 2-hour course or 3-hour course for this fun experience. Each course will have restroom breaks during the tour and photo breaks. This is an experience of a lifetime, and a great story to tell your friends and family, and share it on Social Media.

Once you arrive at the shop, please check in, stating your name and reservation time and present your international driver’s permit and passport.  Once the validity of the international driver's permit is confirmed, you will be handed the "terms and conditions" and waiver to sign. Upon signature, please hand the waiver to a staff and choose a costume.  All customers wear the costumes over their clothing so there is no changing room but there are lockers for your personal belongings. Once all the participants are ready, you will be briefed on how to operate the karts and lecture you on safety precautions. After the lecture, you will hop in a kart and turn on the engine. Once all engines are running, the Guide will lead the group on to the tour. Once you leave the shop, the excitement begins. As long as you know how to drive a regular car, handling a kart is not so difficult. Just make sure to keep up with the guide because 2 to 3 hours is definitely not enough time to see all of Tokyo. You will not only see but drive on the Rainbow Bridge, drive by the Tokyo Tower, drive through the Roppongi Area, and stop right in front of the famous Shibuya Crossing. The Japanese locals will wave at you, greet you with a big smile, and take pictures of you. A warm welcome you know you can’t receive just by walking down the street. You will have a short break in the middle of the tour.

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