Cleaning and safety practices
Immersive 3-hour food experience with a local
Explore authentic eateries & off the beaten track places
Taste delicious local, regional and seasonal food from Japan
Sample delicious local dishes, and traditional dessert
Learn more about Japan's food customs and culture
What's included, what's not
3-hour guided walking food tour in 3 distinct districts of Tokyo
Enjoy 5 food stops including seasonal and authentic dishes, plus a traditional Dessert
2 Drinks (Alcoholic and Non-alcoholic drinks available)
Experience Tokyo’s culinary hidden gems on this 3-hour Tokyo food tour
A knowledgeable, local foodie guide who speaks English
Regional and Seasonal Food Tastings
Hotel pick up not included (can be arranged for an additional charge)
Additional drinks or food (not included but possible to purchase at guest expense)
Know Before You Book
Strict policy on tour start time - Starts promptly at 4:30pm, ends at 7:30pm. Guests who are late will be left behind and we are unable to re-connect them to the ongoing tour.
At least 2 people are required, maximum of 10 for this activity to take place.
Dietary Restriction flexibility: Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescetarian, Gluten-Free friendly. Please let us know in advance if you have any dietary restrictions, and if these restrictions are allergies or preferences.
The operator reserves the right to expel any participant from any service who is intoxicated, acting belligerently, endangering others or behaving in a way which may tarnish or act upon the operator’s reputation or cause distress to third parties, participants and/or individuals.
The operator and its guides reserve the right to refuse or withdraw guests that are unfit to take the tour for any reason, or act in a dangerous manner. A guest's participation in any service will be terminated if the guest breaks any local laws or regulations put in place by Japanese authorities.
You must be at least 20 years of age and present a valid photo ID in order to consume alcohol.
This is a family-friendly tour! Babies and Toddlers (0 – 2 years old) can join for FREE (if you will come with a baby, please let us know when you book)
Children must be accompanied by an adult/parent.
Walking level: Moderate to Advanced
What you can expect
Experience Tokyo’s culinary hidden gems on this 3-hour Food Tour exploring through three very famous and must see districts in Tokyo!
Starting off in Yurakucho, exploring Ginza and ending in Shimbashi, your guide will show you the sights, sounds, and most importantly, the tastes of Tokyo that most tourists do not get to experience. Visit the Gado Shita, a lively restaurant district built up under the brick arches beneath the elevated train tracks. Step into the narrow streets of the red lanterns and neon signs, so-called Yokocho alleys, where you can find yourself back in the 70s of Japan. In thisretro ambiance of the Showa post war era, you’ll see local izakaya(pubs) frequented by locals. You’ll enjoy 2 food stops in this areathat serve typical snacks/ starters enjoyed by Japanese office workers and friends out for a night on the town. Enjoy traditional bar snacksin one spot, and discover theregional tastes of other areas of Japanat another quaint and interesting location.
Continuing in Ginza, you'll explore some very interesting food spots where you can find a 400 dollars melon, and a famous Sembei (rice cracker) shop dating back to the early 1800’s! Taste for yourself the tradition and pride behind this Tokyo historic spot– their secret recipes have been guarded carefully for over 200 years.
See the famous landmarks of Tokyo’s most expensive real estate district! Soon after we will go to a special restaurantwhere we will sample more regional foods from the south of Japan. You will also have a chance to experience some amazing seasonal dishes at this location.
Finishing up with our last food stop will will have dessert and then wander over to Shimbashi, home tosome of the most authentic local eateries and izakayas in Tokyo.
Join this tour and have the chance to dine with locals for an evening you’ll surely never forget.
Cleaning and safety practices
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Temperature checks available
- Masks required