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Adventurous Japanese Food Tour

Adventurous Japanese Food Tour - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Tokyo, Japan

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$104.51

This 2.5 hour Adventurous Food Tour is not for the faint of heart. Instead of your usual sushi, ramen and curry, taste some of Japan's most notorious delicacies, such as blowfish (fugu), horse sashimi, and other foods you may not be able to try outside of Japan ... More info ›

This 2.5 hour Adventurous Food Tour is not for the faint of heart. Instead of your usual sushi, ramen and curry, taste some of Japan's most notorious delicacies, such as blowfish (fugu), horse sashimi, and other foods you may not be able to try outside of Japan. Tour is limited to a maximum of 15 travelers.

When people think of Japanese food, they normally think of sushi, ramen, tempura, udon, kare raisu (rice with curry) and the like, but there are other Japanese delicacies that are popular and common to locals that many who visit Japan may never try.

In this 2.5 hour food tour, embark on a memorable food adventure with a small group guided by an English-speaking tour guide and, most importantly, a local foodie. Guests will weave through the crowded streets of Ginza, and visit restaurants serving local delicacies that are not for the weak-stomached, such as blowfish (fugu), horse meat, and more, along with traditional foods such as sushi and yakitori.

While many people can say they have had the best ramen and sushi in town (some of which you will try in this tour), you will also be able to say hat you've had by far the most interesting and adventurous food in Tokyo!

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Historical Journey into Akasaka district

Historical Journey into Akasaka district - Minato, Japan
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Minato, Japan

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$81.79

4 hours morning tour around Akasaka. Akasaka is a district in Tokyo that has cultivated a culture symbolized by embassies and high-class eateries ... More info ›

4 hours morning tour around Akasaka. Akasaka is a district in Tokyo that has cultivated a culture symbolized by embassies and high-class eateries. While it currently has such an image as the “city of business,” where major corporate headquarters are gathered, you can feel the history of the city in the core hamlet of “Karyukai,” located in the small circle of the shopping streets around Akasaka Station where rows of food shops are lined up. In the Edo era, samurai residences and machiya spread, and around the former Akasaka where the samurai residence were, there are embassies and guest houses of great note. You soon know that there is something special about this area.

This tour will start by visiting the Akasaka Palace(State Guesthouse). In 1909, this guest house (a bit of a misnomer – it should be thought of as more of a palatial hotel) was the first Western style grand building in Japan, built by then the Crown Prince, later the Taisho Emperor, with stylistic reference to France’s Versailles. Total construction cost was the equivalent to over 100 billion yen in today’s money. Construction took about ten years, and it used the latest in building chic and decoration technology. It is now used as a facility to host state guests such as foreign kings or presidents, and it is also used as a stage for summit talks and dinner parties.

After visiting a Akasaka Palace, you would spend about fifteen minutes and visit the Toyokawa Inari Shrine Tokyo Betsuin. Ooka Echizennokami, who was an Edo town donor in the 18th century, has been deemed to have dedicated Echizennokami it from his house in Toyokawa Inari of Aichi Prefecture as a shrine to the residence. Since the latter half of the 19th century, Akasaka has been the gathering place of restaurants and also, as geisha gathered here in the “Karyukai,” inflows of people who live with artists increased. Even now the area is known as a popular area among prominent celebrities and famous athletes.

Next, you will visit Aoyama Square, which displays and sells selected traditional craft items from all over Japan. A wide range of treasures and handicrafts are available, all made using the finest techniques that will allow for enjoyment 100 years or more. The shop invites craftsmen from all over the world to hold workshops from time to time, so you can also often see these artisans at work first-hand.

At the end, you will enjoy a delicious Japanese lunch while learning about the restaurant culture in a restaurant symbolizing Akasaka.

The tour would wrap up at Akasaka Mitsuke subway station after lunch.

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Japanese Aged Whisky Tasting Experience at Local Bar in Tokyo

Japanese Aged Whisky Tasting Experience at Local Bar in Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

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$109.05

Japanese whisky is renowned all over the world, and in this 2 hour tour, enjoy a small-group Japanese aged whisky tasting at a local bar with a tour guide that will teach you about the different types of whiskies you're trying and how Japanese whisky is set apart from other whiskies around the world.

Japanese whisky has been one of the hottest categories in the past few years, with several labels winning awards, accolades and even being named the World’s Best Whisky.

With the rise in popularity of Japanese whisky and the discontinuation of many aged whisky such as aged Yamazaki and Hibiki, it has become increasingly difficult to purchase this type of whisky—abroad and in Japan. However, whisky enthusiasts can still enjoy Japanese aged whisky tasting at local whisky bars without the high cost of paying for a rare bottle of aged whisky at a premium.

In this 2 hour small group Japanese aged whisky tasting tour, visit a local bar with your tour guide to taste various types of Japanese aged whisky and learn about the subtleties and differences of these different brands, how the whiskies are aged and what sets the Japanese whisky apart from others around the world ... More info ›

Japanese whisky is renowned all over the world, and in this 2 hour tour, enjoy a small-group Japanese aged whisky tasting at a local bar with a tour guide that will teach you about the different types of whiskies you're trying and how Japanese whisky is set apart from other whiskies around the world.

Japanese whisky has been one of the hottest categories in the past few years, with several labels winning awards, accolades and even being named the World’s Best Whisky.

With the rise in popularity of Japanese whisky and the discontinuation of many aged whisky such as aged Yamazaki and Hibiki, it has become increasingly difficult to purchase this type of whisky—abroad and in Japan. However, whisky enthusiasts can still enjoy Japanese aged whisky tasting at local whisky bars without the high cost of paying for a rare bottle of aged whisky at a premium.

In this 2 hour small group Japanese aged whisky tasting tour, visit a local bar with your tour guide to taste various types of Japanese aged whisky and learn about the subtleties and differences of these different brands, how the whiskies are aged and what sets the Japanese whisky apart from others around the world. You will also be able to experience what a local bar in Tokyo feels like, as you enjoy the atmosphere, talk to the bartender (with the help of your English-speaking tour guide) and sip on your chilled whisky (spelled "whisky" not "whiskey" in Japan).

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Understanding Japanese Culture Mythology and Lifestyle Through Study of Shinto

Understanding Japanese Culture Mythology and Lifestyle Through Study of Shinto - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

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$81.79

Understand and learn about Japanese lifestyle and culture that was derived from Shinto thousands of years in the making by visiting three famous Shinto Shrines in Tokyo in this 3-hour small group tour.

  • In this three-hour small group Shinto Tour, visit three famous Shinto Shrines in Tokyo with an expert and author of books dedicated to Shintoism—which many consider a way of life, rather than a religion of the Japanese people.
  • Shinto began as a practice to honor and appease the deities and spirits of Japan. The ancient Japanese believed that by honoring these spirits, the number of natural disasters such as tsunamis, typhoons, floods and even volcanic eruptions could be reduced or prevented ... More info ›

Understand and learn about Japanese lifestyle and culture that was derived from Shinto thousands of years in the making by visiting three famous Shinto Shrines in Tokyo in this 3-hour small group tour.

  • In this three-hour small group Shinto Tour, visit three famous Shinto Shrines in Tokyo with an expert and author of books dedicated to Shintoism—which many consider a way of life, rather than a religion of the Japanese people.
  • Shinto began as a practice to honor and appease the deities and spirits of Japan. The ancient Japanese believed that by honoring these spirits, the number of natural disasters such as tsunamis, typhoons, floods and even volcanic eruptions could be reduced or prevented. This belief has driven the construction of over 100,000 independent shrines all over Japan, each enshrining a different spirit for worship.
  • As legend has it, the spirits are more likely to be present at a shrine early in the morning. Therefore, the tour will begin at 8:50 AM. Guests will meet the guide at Harajuku Station before heading to Meiji-Jingu Shrine which is notably the most popular and most sacred Shinto Shrine in Tokyo—as the Emperor (the head priest of the Shinto Shrine)—is enshrined there. At Meiji-Jingu Shrine, learn the basics of Shintoism, how to purify yourself with water at the temizuya before meeting the diety, how to pray for good fortune, and why the 100 years of history and 100,000 trees planted at this shrine are so important to the people of Japan according to Shintoism.
  • Guests will visit two other shrines after Meiji-Jingu. One shrine grants a good love life and marriage, where guests may learn the significance and story behind the traditional Japanese marriage ceremony, while the last shrine is known to attribute to business success and prosperity in pop culture (Japanese pop group, AKB48, traditionally visits this shrine every year, believing that their success is due to the deity and spirits that reside at this shrine).
  • The tour will end at 12 PM.
  • Add- on: The option of an add-on with Yanaka tour is also available at booking. Yanaka (谷中) is one of the few districts in Tokyo where the shitamachi atmosphere, an old town ambience reminiscent of Tokyo from past decades, still survives.

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Traditional Japanese Calligraphy Experience with a Calligraphy Master

Traditional Japanese Calligraphy Experience with a Calligraphy Master - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$79.52

Japanese calligraphy is the essence of traditional Japanese culture. Why not try your hand at this art?
“Shodo,” or Japanese calligraphy, is artistically written words that are written in a style that is both artistic and emotionally driven ... More info ›

Japanese calligraphy is the essence of traditional Japanese culture. Why not try your hand at this art?
“Shodo,” or Japanese calligraphy, is artistically written words that are written in a style that is both artistic and emotionally driven. The art of calligraphy was handed down from China during the 6th and 7th centuries, at which time the Japanese learned how to make brushes, ink, and paper. Soon after its introduction, it became an indispensable skill for educated nobles and samurai, the leaders of Japan. Over time, the appreciation spread to the general public. Now, it can be found not only as works of art but also in things such as New Year's cards and other special occasion writings. This art form is now a part of Japanese culture.

This calligraphy experience, under the professional guidance of the master calligrapher Eikaku Matsumura, will allow you to learn about and then experience calligraphy first hand in a traditional atmosphere suited for this contemplation and quiet reflection conducive to the art of Japanese calligraphy.
Mr. Eikaku Matsumura, known for his elaborate and ingenious style, is an extremely well-regarded and is in high demand in advertising, television, and other fields. Due to his fame, he was also a part of the 2011 film "1,778 Stories of Me and My Wife,” where he provided professional guidance to the singer and actor Tsuyoshi Kusanagi of SMAP. Even as a famous calligrapher, Mr. Eikaku Matsumura is a charming and approachable master who is sincerely eager to facilitate a unique and memorable Japanese experience for you!

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Tokyo Wagashi-Making Class with Tea

Tokyo Wagashi-Making Class with Tea - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$136.32

Learn about the traditional way to make wagashi (Japanese sweets) and gain some valuable insight into Japanese culture in this 2.5-hour workshop and tea ceremony. Sample wagashi accompanied by matcha (Japanese green tea) and bring your hand-made sweets how to enjoy afterward.

The instructor will walk you through step by step to create these beautiful pieces ... More info ›

Learn about the traditional way to make wagashi (Japanese sweets) and gain some valuable insight into Japanese culture in this 2.5-hour workshop and tea ceremony. Sample wagashi accompanied by matcha (Japanese green tea) and bring your hand-made sweets how to enjoy afterward.

The instructor will walk you through step by step to create these beautiful pieces. The sweets are even challenging for Japanese as it requires various steps and techniques such as making An (black bean paste), coloring, shaping and decorating. Sure to be an unforgettable part of your experience in Japan!

In the morning or afternoon, meet your interpreter outside a specified train station, who will then accompany you for a 5 min walk to your wagashi making class.

Listen as the instructor gives you a thorough explanation on how to prepare the sweets of the day. The recipes and the notes are also provided in English and the instructions are fairly easy to follow. Now, get ready to prepare two or three kinds of seasonal sweets, beginning with the dough-making, moving on to the coloring and shaping, and, finishing with the designing. 

Following a short tea time — with a bowl of matcha and sweets previously prepared for your by the instructor — pose for photos with your group and instructor and conclude the workshop.

Take the sweets you made with you to enjoy later and accompany your interpreter back to the train station.

Please note: A minimum of two people per booking required.

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