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Manga Lesson with a Professional Japanese Manga Artist

Manga Lesson with a Professional Japanese Manga Artist - Nakano, Japan
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Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Nakano, Japan

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$82.79

Spend up to 3-hours taking a Manga lesson from a professional Japanese Manga artist in English. This lesson can be adjusted to suit the student’s skill level, so whether you are a beginner or an experienced manga artist, you can learn something new and enjoy the experience ... More info ›

Spend up to 3-hours taking a Manga lesson from a professional Japanese Manga artist in English. This lesson can be adjusted to suit the student’s skill level, so whether you are a beginner or an experienced manga artist, you can learn something new and enjoy the experience. The lesson will have manga tools such as manga-paper, manga pens and ink, screen-tone, etc, prepared for your use. All you have to do is bring yourself.

Manga drawing has several processes - pencil drawing(draft), inking, (erasing all pencil line), painting black parts, and correct mistakes and add highlights with white ink. Then paste "screen tone" (the parts of grey, texture, effect) to finish.

After a brief lecture on the techniques, students may try some manga production tools, such as Manga pen-nibs, inks, and screen tones. The lecture will be adjusted to the participants' skill levels but will basically cover how to draw a "manga-type" character.

This is done in a step-by-step manner while the teacher reviews and corrects the participants' drawing and helps them to draw. With each step, there will be a brief lecture or demonstration. If you are an absolute beginner, you can choose one drawing from various references, and copy it with an instructor's help. 

At the end of class, you will have completed a piece of art and will be able to take it home as a nice souvenir.

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Nocturnal Walking Tour of Shinjuku

Nocturnal Walking Tour of Shinjuku - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

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$55.19

On this 2.5 hour walking tour, you will discover the fantastic part of Shinjuku, the biggest ward of Tokyo. Enjoying the neon lights, local atmosphere and modern skyscrapers in Shinjuku at night, you will be taken exploring from west Shinjuku to the east ... More info ›

On this 2.5 hour walking tour, you will discover the fantastic part of Shinjuku, the biggest ward of Tokyo. Enjoying the neon lights, local atmosphere and modern skyscrapers in Shinjuku at night, you will be taken exploring from west Shinjuku to the east. You will have a chance to get the amazing views, experience the local Japanese 'Izakaya' pub-style food in Omoide-Yokocho and watch Godzilla Head in Kabukicho. You will then head to the Golden-Gai which is atmospheric nightlife district in Kabukicho. The final stop will be visiting the Hanazono Shinto Shrine, one of the most historical shrines in Japan.

This tour will depart from the west exit of the JR Shinjuku Station at 18: 30 pm. Your English-speaking tour guide will join the tour.
The first stop is the Omoide-Yokocho, which is also called memory lane. There are many kinds of Japanese-style restaurants here. You will be provided a light meal here for about 45 minutes, with Japanese-style meal such as Edamame and Yakitori including one drink. You can experience the local atmosphere here. 

Then you will walk to eastern parts of Shinjuku, heading to Kabukicho. You can see the Godzilla head at the top of the Toho Cinema and your guide will show you the famous photo opportunities so you need not worry about missing anything. Later, you will pass through the Shinjuku Golden-Gai for 20 minutes, and your tour guide will also give you the brief introduction of Kabukicho during the tour. 

The last stop will be the Hanazono Shinto Shrine for about 15 minutes where you can explore the history of Shinjuku. You can experience how  the Japanese worship here. The tour will be finished around 9 pm. 

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Nighttime Local Food and Drink Tour in Asakusa

Nighttime Local Food and Drink Tour in Asakusa - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

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$130.00

Asakusa is one of the must-see spots in Tokyo. And while many tourists go to Asakusa during the crowded daytime, local people go out to Asakusa at night to experience the bar culture ... More info ›

Asakusa is one of the must-see spots in Tokyo. And while many tourists go to Asakusa during the crowded daytime, local people go out to Asakusa at night to experience the bar culture. Many Japanese "salary-men" go out in Asakusa after work. You'll learn about various kinds of local alcohol like beer, sake and shochu, and you try many different Japanese foods as well.
Let's go bar and Izakaya-hopping among Japanese locals! After the tour, you'll be like a Japanese local!

Maybe one of the most touristic places in Tokyo is Asakusa. It's traditional town from 7th century and this certainly remains in the atmosphere with Sensoji Temple, the biggest temple in Tokyo, being here. Due to this, Asakusa is very famous and many tourists come out here in the daytime, but how about at nighttime?

In the evening, very few foreigners walk around Asakusa and many Japanese people come out. After work, Japanese "salary-men" come to Asakusa to drink, laugh and chat. Let's drink local alcohol and eat delicious Izakaya food as locals with our professional and friendly guide!
Our menu is as follows:
-Japanese craft beer
-Sake (Japanese rice wine)
-Typical Izakaya foods and drinks (Japanese bar food)
-Japanese savory pancakes

Many local foods are waiting for you to try them!

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Tsukiji Fish Market Visit with Sushi Making Experience

Tsukiji Fish Market Visit with Sushi Making Experience - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

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$130.00

Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese food for foreigners. It's easy to eat, but it can be difficult to make ... More info ›

Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese food for foreigners. It's easy to eat, but it can be difficult to make. During this tour, you can learn how to make sushi from a professional sushi master. To be a sushi master, you have to practice for more than 10 years, but in this workshop, you will learn the simple ins and outs of making sushi so you can make delicious sushi yourself. Before the workshop, you will explore the world's biggest and most famous fish market and learn about Japanese food.

This tour is a sushi workshop and a walking tour of the Tsukiji Fish Market. This market is the world's biggest seafood market.
Before doing your Sushi workshop, you will learn about Japanese foods at Tsukiji area. There are many different kinds of Japanese foods and they may be difficult to understand.
Following the walking tour, you will learn to make your own sushi. Even though it takes more than 10 years practice to become a sushi master, you will have a chance to be taught how to expertly prepare Nigiri by a sushi master. 

The itinerary is as follows:
8:30am - Meetup at Tsukiji Honganji Temple
8:30am to 10am - Explore the Tsukiji outer market (Learn what's Japanese food)
10am to 10:40am - Explore the Tsukiji inner market (huge wholesale market)
*The guide is strictly prohibited in inner market. Alternatively we will give our handmade MAP and useful information before your exploration.
11am to 12am - Sushi making workshop
12am to 12:30am - Lunch (taste your handmade sushi)

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Small-Group Tokyo Biking Tour

Small-Group Tokyo Biking Tour - Shinjuku, Japan
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Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Shinjuku, Japan

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$82.79

Bike around Tokyo like a local as you explore the city’s highlights on this 6.5-hour/20miles(32km) tour. In a small group of no more than six, explore the city's bustling main streets, quiet backstreets, snaking alleys, and attractive hidden paths ... More info ›

Bike around Tokyo like a local as you explore the city’s highlights on this 6.5-hour/20miles(32km) tour. In a small group of no more than six, explore the city's bustling main streets, quiet backstreets, snaking alleys, and attractive hidden paths. Admire the Meiji-jingu shrine, Zōjō-ji temple, and Aoyama cemetery, as well as more modern landmarks including Roppongi Hills and the designer shops of Ginza. After a riverside lunch (own expense) conclude your tour at the top of a skyscraper.

In the early morning, meet your local guide in a centrally located meeting spot. Strap on your helmet, jump on your bicycle, and begin your  6.5-hour tour of Tokyo.

Starting among the tall skyscrapers of Shinjuku, ride at a relaxed pace through backstreets to see a small shrine in a residential area, a great example of Tokyo's contrasting modern and traditional atmospheres. 

Then, head over to Meiji-jingu, the city’s most famous Shinto religious site, through Yoyogi Park where cherry blossoms bloom in the spring. Take your time to walk around the peaceful gardens that surround the shrine with your guide.

Pedal your way to Japan’s Roppongi Hills entertainment complex through the main street of Omotesando — one of the most sophisticated shopping areas in all of Japan — and then take a backstreet to the Aoyama cemetery, which looks and feels like Tokyo 100 years ago.

Next, stop at a local supermarket to buy a bento box for lunch, just like local at your own expense. Then, visit Zōjō-ji temple where Tokyo Tower can be seen just behind.

Enjoy lunch on the waterfront just beside the Rainbow Bridge with panoramic views of the Tokyo skyline including the Aqua City Odaiba complex. After lunch, bike through the main and back streets of Ginza. Check out this exclusive shopping district then cycle your way to the Imperial Palace, home to a traditional Japanese garden, tea pavilion, stone walls, and a moat. Ride through the two outer gates of the castle, then follow along some of the large moat.

Head back to Shinjuku and to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Ascend 48 floors in a high-speed elevator and enjoy the 360-degree view of Tokyo, including the Tokyo Skytree, and even Mt. Fuji on  a clear day. Its then just a 5-minute ride back to the original meeting point where your tour concludes.

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Unique private cooking class with a Tokyo local

Unique private cooking class with a Tokyo local - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$58.00

A Tokyo native, Emi enjoys meeting travelers to share her cuisine and culture over a beautifully prepared Japanese homecooked meal. She is very passionate about cooking traditional Japanese home-style cuisine and will teach you to make 3-5 authentic dishes, served on beautiful dining tableware - so have your cameras ready for incredible pictures of your unique Japanese cuisine experience ... More info ›

A Tokyo native, Emi enjoys meeting travelers to share her cuisine and culture over a beautifully prepared Japanese homecooked meal. She is very passionate about cooking traditional Japanese home-style cuisine and will teach you to make 3-5 authentic dishes, served on beautiful dining tableware - so have your cameras ready for incredible pictures of your unique Japanese cuisine experience. Join Emi and learn to make a healthy, fresh and well seasoned meal, finished off with a delicious dessert and a cup of hot green tea during this memorable culinary and cultural experience with an expert local cook.

Emi will greet you at the door and welcome you into her kitchen studio. Your cooking class will last 1.5 - 2 hours before you share the meal you helped prepare over conversation with Emi. You will learn to cook authentic Japanese food in the Teishoku style, characterized by the use of several vegetables as side dishes and a meat or fish as the main. Your meal may include dishes such as ginger pork, chicken teriyaki, chicken karaage or slow cooked grilled fish as the main. You will also learn to cook and share side dishes such as miso soup, nimono (slow cooked vegetables and meat with soy sauce and other traditional ingredients), marinated vegetables and fishcake, or stir fried egg and vegetables. Leave with a full stomach and fond memories of this authentic culinary experience!

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