My young adult son and I took a Golden Gai food tour with Satoshi and Yo (his real name, as he impressed upon us) on our second night in Japan. It was a thoroughly enjoyable experience -- as my son noted, "Felt like hanging out...More
Tokyo is the world’s largest metropolis, famous for its cutting-edge trends and pulsating nightlife. During this insider’s restaurant crawl, you’ll discover the one-of-a-kind charms of two of Tokyo’s liveliest neighborhoods, the fashion and food hub of Shinjuku and the entertainment district of Kabukicho, home to robot bars and delectable street food. Sample authentic treats as you head behind the scenes on this intimate, small-group tour.
Tokyo, once a sleepy castle town, has ballooned into the world’s largest—and liveliest—metropolis, home to both one-of-a-kind innovations and age-old traditions. You’ll discover both traditional and modern sides to the city on this immersive, behind-the-scenes food tour, which covers authentic post-war eateries along with flashy, cutting-edge bars.
The small-group tour is limited to 12 people, guaranteeing an intimate excursion. You’ll meet your guide in Shinjuku, one of Tokyo’s trendiest neighborhoods. The food and fashion hub boasts the world’s highest number of bars per square meter. You’ll skip the tourist traps and head to the time-warp enclave of Omoide Yokocho (“Memory Lane”), where you can devour authentic menus preserved from post-war Japan alongside local clientele.
Learn about Tokyo’s world-famous nightlife trends in the entertainment district of Kabukicho, where you’ll see everything from robot bars to karaoke clubs. Sample delicious classic dishes like ramen noodles and sushi and head to Golden Gai—the densest concentration of bars—to wind down the action-packed food adventure with a complimentary nightcap.
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My husband and I decided to add this food tour to our honeymoon and it was amazing. Our guide, Satoshi, was incredible. We learned about japanese etiquette, history, and some basic phrases to help us feel more comfortable once we were on our own for...More
We’ve had the privilege of visiting several countries and taking many tours. This was hands down one of the single best tour guides I’ve ever experienced. Our guide, Satoshi, taught us more about Japanese culture in the first 15 minutes than we had learned in...More