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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$127.57

On this ultimate sushi-lover’s tour, you'll visit the world's largest fish market — Tsukiji Fish Market — and try your hand at making sushi, which you’ll then enjoy for lunch. Learn from a sushi master how to make both rolls and nigiri, and meet Tokyo locals who are also in the class ... More info ›

On this ultimate sushi-lover’s tour, you'll visit the world's largest fish market — Tsukiji Fish Market — and try your hand at making sushi, which you’ll then enjoy for lunch. Learn from a sushi master how to make both rolls and nigiri, and meet Tokyo locals who are also in the class. Subway transport to the market with a guide is included.

Your sushi-themed morning tour starts at the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal in Tokyo, where you’ll meet your guide and head by subway to the Tsukiji Fish Market, the world's largest fish and seafood market and one of the largest wholesale markets of any kind.

The market is split into the inner market, the wholesale portion that is restricted to visitors, and the outer market, the retail portion that features food stands, restaurants and shops selling Japanese kitchen tools. With your guide, stay in the outer market for about 45 minutes to explore the many stalls packed with exotic seafood and learn about the types of fish you’ll work with at your cooking class.

Next, your tour continues at a popular sushi restaurant for your sushi-making class. This cooking school is popular with both locals and visitors, and your guide will translate your teacher’s instructions.

Learn the art of making sushi — both rolls and nigiri — before sitting down to enjoy your creations for lunch.

Your tour concludes at the entrance to Tsukiji Station, where your guide can direct you to your preferred location.

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Kyoto Cooking Class, Sake Tasting and Nishiki Food Market Walking Tour

Kyoto Cooking Class, Sake Tasting and Nishiki Food Market Walking Tour - Kyoto, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$126.95

Explore the Nishiki Food Market and learn how to make a home-cooked Japanese meal on this Kyoto culinary walking tour. With a knowledgeable guide, learn about typical Japanese ingredients at the food market, and go off the beaten path with a walk through the city's back streets, filled with interesting shops ... More info ›

Explore the Nishiki Food Market and learn how to make a home-cooked Japanese meal on this Kyoto culinary walking tour. With a knowledgeable guide, learn about typical Japanese ingredients at the food market, and go off the beaten path with a walk through the city's back streets, filled with interesting shops. Visit an old sake brewery for a tasting, and then prepare your own sushi, soup and salad at a 1.5-hour cooking class. This tour is limited to seven people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience.

Your Kyoto afternoon adventure begins at Daimaru Kyoto department store, where you’ll meet your guide and head out on a 2-hour walking tour.

At the famous Nishiki Food Market, your guide will introduce you to the many ingredients that may be used in your Japanese cooking class later in the day. Learn about local produce and spices, and enjoy being part of Kyoto’s bustling food scene.

Next, travel through the back streets and shop-lined lanes of Kyoto to a former sake brewery, now a museum, where you can enjoy a sake tasting as you learn how this iconic Japanese beverage is produced (if the museum is closed on the day you visit, you will receive an admission ticket to use at a later date). Then make your way to a machiya, a traditional wooden townhouse typical of Kyoto, for your cooking class.

Your cooking class lasts approximately 1.5 hours; when it’s over, you’ll know how to prepare a classic Japanese dinner to wow your friends back home. Learn how to roll your own sushi, make miso soup, put together a cooked salad and pick out seasonal fruit for dessert.

After sitting down to enjoy your meal, you have the rest of the evening free to explore Kyoto on your own. If you want to return to your hotel after the class, your guide can help you find transportation.

Note: Click the ‘View additional info’ link below to see a map of the meeting location.

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Fushimi Inari and Sake Brewery Tour

Fushimi Inari and Sake Brewery Tour - Kyoto, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kyoto, Japan

From USD
$118.09

Visit two landmarks of Kyoto’s Inari district during this guided morning tour. Start by walking through one of the iconic sights of Kyoto, the stunning red 'torii' (gates) at Fushimi Inari Shrine ... More info ›

Visit two landmarks of Kyoto’s Inari district during this guided morning tour. Start by walking through one of the iconic sights of Kyoto, the stunning red 'torii' (gates) at Fushimi Inari Shrine. Then learn about sake production and sample several distinctive sakes at the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum, before continuing your tasting at a nearby specialty shop that carries more than 80 varieties of sake. Your 3.5-hour tour includes a knowledgeable guide, transportation by train, all sake tastings and entrance fees.

Meet your guide at the JR Kyoto station then hop on the commuter train for the 5-minute ride to Inari Station. Located in south Kyoto, Inari boasts the charm of a small town as well as stunning scenery.

From Inari station, walk with your guide for a few minutes to the renowned Fushimi Inari Shrine, which sits on the slopes of Mt Inari. The temple is famous for its long tunnels of thousands of brightly painted red torii (arches or gates) that frame the pathways through the forest. It is one of Kyoto's most famous sights and a popular location for movie and TV shoots.

Originally dedicated to the god of rice, the Fushimi Inari Shrine now serves as the place where people come to seek blessings for prosperity. Those who have found good fortune return and place a torii inscribed with their thanks.

Once you have explored the torii, take a 15-minute train ride to the Gekkeikan Sake brewery to learn about the popular Japanese beverage, which is also important for traditional Japanese festivals and ceremonies.

First, step into Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum where you hear a brief history of sake, which has been made by the Gekkeikan company in this part of Kyoto since 1637. See tools used in the traditional brewing process, which involves a combination of water, malt, yeast and steamed rice that produces distinctive sakes.

After seeing the museum, sample three different kinds of sake. Then walk a short distance to a sake specialty shop that carries more than 80 kinds of sake. Take a seat at the bar as the shop owner leads a special sake tasting.

Enjoy a few minutes to check out a local shopping arcade before returning by train to Kyoto station where your tour ends. 宜しくお願い致します。

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Back Alley Bar Hopping in Sendai

Back Alley Bar Hopping in Sendai - Sendai, Japan

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Sendai, Japan

From USD
$89.30

〜 Who's up for a drink tonight? 〜
Bar-Hop to 3 hidden local bars and pubs with a friendly local foodie guide.
Enjoy street foods & drinks recommended by local master!

Date: Every Wednesday 17:50 (120min)
Meet up: Iroha Alley
(Sun Mall Ichibancho Entrance)
Ichibancho 2-3-28, Aoba-ku, Sendai

〒980-0811
(宮城県仙台市青葉区一番町2丁目3−28)

Map:
https://goo.gl/maps/dydquSo6bFq

Explore traditional 'Izakaya' (Japanese style pubs) down the back-alleys of Sendai City where you can experience authentic local life ... More info ›

〜 Who's up for a drink tonight? 〜
Bar-Hop to 3 hidden local bars and pubs with a friendly local foodie guide.
Enjoy street foods & drinks recommended by local master!

Date: Every Wednesday 17:50 (120min)
Meet up: Iroha Alley
(Sun Mall Ichibancho Entrance)
Ichibancho 2-3-28, Aoba-ku, Sendai

〒980-0811
(宮城県仙台市青葉区一番町2丁目3−28)

Map:
https://goo.gl/maps/dydquSo6bFq

Explore traditional 'Izakaya' (Japanese style pubs) down the back-alleys of Sendai City where you can experience authentic local life. A 'Bar-Hopping Master' will show you to poplular local pubs.

The retro vibes of the Showa Era can still be felt down the many hidden back-alleys of Sendai City, like Bunka Alley and Iroha Alley. It can be kind of intimidating to enter the hole-in-the-wall bars without any local knowledge, but never fear - your 'Back-Alley Master' is here to show you how it's done! Share stories with locals over a drink or two and take your travel memories to the next level.

17:50 Meet at Iroha Alley Entrance
18:00 Wander through Iroha Alley and Bunka Alley
18:15 First Bar Hop, 30min (5min Transit)
18:50 Second Bar Hop 30min (10min Transit)
19:20 Third Bar Hop 30min
20:00 End at Iroha Alley

What's Included:
Three drinks and three dishes

Not Included:
Any additional meals and drinks
Tour hours or extension available upon request.

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Underground Osaka Foodie Adventure with Redlight district Visit

Underground Osaka Foodie Adventure with Redlight district Visit - Osaka, Japan

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Osaka, Japan

From USD
$54.67

Most tourists just go to franchise restaurants or restaurants for toursts, but you never know what Local Japanese eat and drink unless you know some local people(such as Japanese friends)

I am going to show you Local Osaka bars (undergroud hidden bars) and will make you surprise with their food and lot of Japanese cultures.
Later on, We can walk to Redlight District , and visit Shrine for Love to do Fortune Slip experience!!   After this, we can visit Traditional Book stores to see Great Old art ... More info ›

Most tourists just go to franchise restaurants or restaurants for toursts, but you never know what Local Japanese eat and drink unless you know some local people(such as Japanese friends)

I am going to show you Local Osaka bars (undergroud hidden bars) and will make you surprise with their food and lot of Japanese cultures.
Later on, We can walk to Redlight District , and visit Shrine for Love to do Fortune Slip experience!!   After this, we can visit Traditional Book stores to see Great Old art .

with  this 2.5 hours tour, You stomach will be filled with interesting yummy food and drinks.
More than 50 people from Canada, USA, Australia, NewZealand, Mexico, Philippines,Taiwan, China,HongKong, Korea, India,Germany,Switsland,France,Italy,SouthAfrica,Croatia have joined this tour already.

Feel how Local people spend their time here in Osaka! 

Osaka people are kind of busy like others in big city. however after their work is done, they want to be relaxed and want to enjoy their time with their collegues or friends!! You will be able to feel how they spend time here and try some traditional cuisines, not only Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki stuff, but also tasty traditional foods that everyone loves here in Osaka.

I will take you to UNDERGROUND of Osaka city (cannot be found by foreigners if my reserarch is correct )and will try 2 different local bars (if you cannot drink alchohol, just let me know). Your stomach will be satisfied with great food after this tour.
you will  enjoy seeing  many local peoples and unique Japanese food cultures(All guests say WOW when they tried this food with me)

This tour is not only foodie tour, but also you can explore RedLight district, 
I will take you to Gorgeous area of Osaka, and you will see ladies in Kimono, or dress. Some Hollywood stars often visit here secretly.
There are  great picture spots here also.

After this redlight district crawl, I will take you to a famous shrine for fortune slip, this shriine is for great love story,, so if you have a great partner now, you can wish for something better, if you are single, you can wish for something good coming to you soon!! You will learn correct manners at Shrines and Temples.

Lastly, I would like you to enjoy Japanese traditional art
Osaka has great book street and they have variety of traditional arts, you can be amazed by its price, and qualities.

with this 2.5 hours tour, you wll be able to enjoy old and current Osaka life
 

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Asakusa Food tour and Sightseeing

Asakusa Food tour and Sightseeing - , Japan

Duration: 4 hours
Location: , Japan

From USD
$149.04

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Wearing traditional Japanese Kimono,Asakusa sightseeing.
Visit 5 local and the best food shops with more than 100 years of history in Asakusa
Learn and practice authentic Japanese eating style and eat like a local at a local ... More info ›

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Wearing traditional Japanese Kimono,Asakusa sightseeing.
Visit 5 local and the best food shops with more than 100 years of history in Asakusa
Learn and practice authentic Japanese eating style and eat like a local at a local. Let's experience Japanese tea ceremony!
Discover other parts of Asakusa outside of your travel guidebook.

Asakusa is a popular area that can not be removed by Tokyo sightseeing.
The landmark of downtown Tokyo, Sensoji is one of Tokyo's most historical temples and is an absolute must-see. Asakusa Temple.
We will come here to enjoy kimono, enjoy Japanese food (5 Restaurants) and experience the tea ceremony.
You can experience Japanese culture that everyone wants to sushi experience once.

The tour starts with the famous Kaminarimon!

Highlights

Wearing traditional Japanese Kimono.
Visit 5 local and the BEST food shops with more than 100 years of history in Asakusa.

Learn and practice authentic Japanese eating style and eat like a local at a local.
Discover other parts of Asakusa outside of your travel guidebook.

Asakusa Sensouji, Kaminarimon
Sushi, Tempura, Yakiniku (wagyu beef), Takoyaki, 1 Drink (soft drink), Tea ceremony and desserts included.

Start time 11:00
Assemble point Kaminarimon Gate Asakusa.
Local English guide of wasyokuclub waits for you at the meeting point.

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