The idea of food tour in Tokyo came from my experience when I was attending a business school in Boston. I organized a team to plan a trip to Japan, introducing 50 classmates to the Japanese culture in spring break. We travelled across Japan Island from Tokyo, to Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka, visiting major Japanese […]
We have many other great foods than Sushi!
Think of Japanese foods. Most people think of Sushi. Maybe others think of Shabu Shabu and Tempura, for instance. However, we don’t eat such great foods every day. Rather, I am a great fan of Ramen, which is originally a Chinese noodle but now it evolved to more Japanese style and super popular among Japanese […]
We are passionate about guiding and eating!
As a guide, we are passionate taking you to the best places for eating because we want you to have a great time in Japan and become a big fan of Japanese foods and culture. Also, we believe it is important that we ourselves love to eat. So, this is such a great match. Contact […]
We want to take you to places where you can feel culture!
Tokyo is a very modern city with over 10 million population. We believe that Tokyo has a unique conbination of modern and cultural aspects that can be observed at the same time. In our tour, we want to take you to places where you can feel culture while you enjoy great local foods in Tokyo. […]
Travelling gives opportunity to learn how people live, what makes places unique.
To enhance your Tokyo experience, here is 5 reasons why you choose our private guided tour:
- Get benefits of a personal translator
- Use the public transportation systems efficiently
- Get to know the life of Tokyo
- Taste delicious foods from hidden gems
- Just for fun!
The language barrier is the biggest difficulty you face in Japan. Few restaurant provide English menus. Most of the chefs and staffs of the restaurants speak very little English. A guide can serve as your personal translator.
Subway and railway systems in Tokyo are useful for getting around. But it is little complicated and can be a huge time sink. A guide gets you where you want to go.
A guide can answer questions about local life and provide a perspective that Wikipedia can’t.
From sweet treats to savory bites and local ethnic eateries, our food tours have got you covered.
You’ll eat well and learn interesting information. Fill your stomach, mind and sense of adventure.
We make your trip fun, easy and memorable!
What is Kaiseki?
Kaiseki, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner, is served one little dish at the time. Each meal, dishware and the design of the restaurant are presented in a very refined manner, and adjusted to reflect the season. The meal consists of 6-15 different kinds of food. The restaurant staff are all very polite and treat diners with exceptionally thoughtful hospitality.
Kaiseki Restaurant………Tankuma, kitamise
This restaurant dish completely changed my image of Kaiseki. In my daily life, Kaiseki course is served for special occasions, wedding, funeral, or memorial services. I had thought that kaiseki looked better than it tasted. I was wrong. I could tell differences in a single bite of the steamed fish. Everything was perfect: balances of the taste, texture, and appearance. That was the moment I found out the truth about Kaiseki. Enjoy delicious traditional Japanese cuisine with your tongue and eyes. This restaurant’s branch in Kyoto is one Michelin-starred.
Lunch from 5,000yen Dinner from 10,000yen
(Photos: Google, Reference:jnto.go.jp)
TSUKIJI FISH MARKET / IZAKAYA HOPPING
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If you are interested in trying food that appears on this blog, please let us know. We will arrange itineraries to suit your preferences.