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Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo

Sushi Making and Tsukiji Fish Market Morning Tour from Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$128.79

On this ultimate sushi-lover’s tour, you'll visit the world's largest fish market — Tsukiji Fish Market — and try your hand at making sushi, which you’ll then enjoy for lunch. Learn from a sushi master how to make both rolls and nigiri, and meet Tokyo locals who are also in the class ... More info ›

On this ultimate sushi-lover’s tour, you'll visit the world's largest fish market — Tsukiji Fish Market — and try your hand at making sushi, which you’ll then enjoy for lunch. Learn from a sushi master how to make both rolls and nigiri, and meet Tokyo locals who are also in the class. Subway transport to the market with a guide is included.

Your sushi-themed morning tour starts at the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal in Tokyo, where you’ll meet your guide and head by subway to the Tsukiji Fish Market, the world's largest fish and seafood market and one of the largest wholesale markets of any kind.

The market is split into the inner market, the wholesale portion that is restricted to visitors, and the outer market, the retail portion that features food stands, restaurants and shops selling Japanese kitchen tools. With your guide, stay in the outer market for about 45 minutes to explore the many stalls packed with exotic seafood and learn about the types of fish you’ll work with at your cooking class.

Next, your tour continues at a popular sushi restaurant for your sushi-making class. This cooking school is popular with both locals and visitors, and your guide will translate your teacher’s instructions.

Learn the art of making sushi — both rolls and nigiri — before sitting down to enjoy your creations for lunch.

Your tour concludes at the entrance to Tsukiji Station, where your guide can direct you to your preferred location.

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Marie's Daily Japanese cooking class in Gyotoku

Marie's Daily Japanese cooking class in Gyotoku - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$89.50

Treat your taste bud to an authentic Japanese cuisine from homemade rolled sushi to Shiratama shiruko (sweet redbeens paste with rice paste) with Marie and her family in a local Tokyo neighbourhood! Rich in experience for hosting international guests, Marie loves to engage in cultural exchange to share her knowledge of Japanese culture while learning about travelers' stories. It would be ideal for family to participate as well because Marie's 2 adorable children would be thrilled to meet you and greet you with Konnichiwa! 

All the Ingredients, Recipes, Drinks, Rental apron are included.
1 Main, 1 side dish, 1 dessert, rice and Miso soup.
You will be able to learn some local Japanese Daily foods!

Main dish (please choose 1)
-Sushi/ Vegetarian Sushi
-Dumplings
-Japanese Curry
-Oyako-Don (Eggs and Chikin on Rice)
-Tempura
-Ginger Pork
-Salmon and Vegetable in Foil

Side dish (please choose 1)
-Hijiki ( seaweed, carrot, tofu)
-kiriboshi Daikon (dried radish and tofu)

Miso soup (please choose 1)
-Wakame(sea wead)
-Tofu (Tohu, leak)
-Tonjiru (pork, Japanese radish, carrot, Onion etc)

Dessertt
-Shiratama shiruko (sweet redbeans paste with rice paste)

Feel free to contact me if you have any queries, I will be happy to answer them!


All the Ingredients, Recipes, Drinks, Rental apron are included.
1 Main, 1 side dish, 1 dessert, rice and Miso soup.
You will be able to learn some local Japanese Daily foods!

Main dish (please choose 1)
-Sushi/ Vegetarian Sushi
-Dumplings
-Japanese Curry
-Oyako-Don (Eggs and Chikin on Rice)
-Tempura
-Ginger Pork
-Salmon and Vegetable in Foil

Side dish (please choose 1)
-Hijiki ( seaweed, carrot, tofu)
-kiriboshi Daikon (dried radish and tofu)

Miso soup (please choose 1)
-Wakame(sea wead)
-Tofu (Tohu, leak)
-Tonjiru (pork, Japanese radish, carrot, Onion etc)

Dessertt
-Shiratama shiruko (sweet redbeans paste with rice paste)

Feel free to contact me if you have any queries, I will be happy to answer them!

Treat your taste bud to an authentic Japanese cuisine from homemade rolled sushi to Shiratama shiruko (sweet redbeens paste with rice paste) with Marie and her family in a local Tokyo neighbourhood! Rich in experience for hosting international guests, Marie loves to engage in cultural exchange to share her knowledge of Japanese culture while learning about travelers' stories. It would be ideal for family to participate as well because Marie's 2 adorable children would be thrilled to meet you and greet you with Konnichiwa! 

All the Ingredients, Recipes, Drinks, Rental apron are included.
1 Main, 1 side dish, 1 dessert, rice and Miso soup.
You will be able to learn some local Japanese Daily foods!

Main dish (please choose 1)
-Sushi/ Vegetarian Sushi
-Dumplings
-Japanese Curry
-Oyako-Don (Eggs and Chikin on Rice)
-Tempura
-Ginger Pork
-Salmon and Vegetable in Foil

Side dish (please choose 1)
-Hijiki ( seaweed, carrot, tofu)
-kiriboshi Daikon (dried radish and tofu)

Miso soup (please choose 1)
-Wakame(sea wead)
-Tofu (Tohu, leak)
-Tonjiru (pork, Japanese radish, carrot, Onion etc)

Dessertt
-Shiratama shiruko (sweet redbeans paste with rice paste)

Feel free to contact me if you have any queries, I will be happy to answer them!


All the Ingredients, Recipes, Drinks, Rental apron are included.
1 Main, 1 side dish, 1 dessert, rice and Miso soup.
You will be able to learn some local Japanese Daily foods!

Main dish (please choose 1)
-Sushi/ Vegetarian Sushi
-Dumplings
-Japanese Curry
-Oyako-Don (Eggs and Chikin on Rice)
-Tempura
-Ginger Pork
-Salmon and Vegetable in Foil

Side dish (please choose 1)
-Hijiki ( seaweed, carrot, tofu)
-kiriboshi Daikon (dried radish and tofu)

Miso soup (please choose 1)
-Wakame(sea wead)
-Tofu (Tohu, leak)
-Tonjiru (pork, Japanese radish, carrot, Onion etc)

Dessertt
-Shiratama shiruko (sweet redbeans paste with rice paste)

Feel free to contact me if you have any queries, I will be happy to answer them!

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Tsukiji Market Visit, Sushi Making Class and Asakusa Tour

Tsukiji Market Visit, Sushi Making Class and Asakusa Tour - Tokyo, Japan
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$183.98

Start the tour with a visit to Tsukiji Shijo, the world's biggest fish market, followed by a unique sushi making experience. Then continue on to Asakusa, an old-day pleasure district once filled with gangsters, geisha and artists ... More info ›

Start the tour with a visit to Tsukiji Shijo, the world's biggest fish market, followed by a unique sushi making experience. Then continue on to Asakusa, an old-day pleasure district once filled with gangsters, geisha and artists. Asakusa is also a home to the city's oldest Buddhist temple, Sensoji. You will begin to see a start contrast between the old and the new with Tokyo Skytree, the city's newest landmark in the background.

Start the tour with visit to the bustling Tsukiji Shijo, the world's biggest fish market where buyers and sellers hurry along narrow lanes with their carts and trucks. After learning where the fish comes from, you will then have a unique hands-on sushi making experience. Depending on the day of travel, the sushi workshop takes place either in Tsukiji or close to Ginza. You will enjoy (or endure) your own sushi for lunch.

Then hop on a subway and visit Asakusa, an old-day pleasure district once filled with gangsters, geisha and artists, but are now filled with crowds of tourists, both local and international. Asakusa is also a home to the city's oldest Buddhist temple, Sensoji. You will enjoy a stark contrast between the old and the new with Tokyo Skytree, the city's newest landmark, in the background. The tour concludes in Asakusa.

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Tokyo Robot Cabaret Show Including Dinner at 'Alice in Wonderland' Themed Restaurant

Tokyo Robot Cabaret Show Including Dinner at 'Alice in Wonderland' Themed Restaurant  - Shinjuku, Japan
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Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Shinjuku, Japan

From USD
$123.06

Catch the famous Robot Cabaret Show and dinner at Alice in a Labyrinth restaurant. Discover the excitement of a robot entertainment show with neon lights and catchy dance music ... More info ›

Catch the famous Robot Cabaret Show and dinner at Alice in a Labyrinth restaurant. Discover the excitement of a robot entertainment show with neon lights and catchy dance music. Enjoy a delicious meal before or after your show.

Choose to either have dinner before or after the famous Robot Cabaret Show in Tokyo. Dine at Lewis Carol's Alice in Wonderland themed fantasy restaurant. Enjoy one of four menu options.

Plan A:
Assorted appetizer
Citrus flavored green salad with walnut and Parmesan cheese
French fries with herb butter flavor
Aged pork with herb and roasted vegetables
Seasonal mousse

Plan B:
Assorted appetizer
Citrus flavored green salad with walnut and Parmesan cheese
Pizza styled yeast bread with quatro cheese
Aged pork with herb and roasted vegetables
Seasonal mousse

Plan C:
Assorted appetizer
Caesar salad with whey pork bacon and romaine lettuce
Pizza styled yeast bread with quatro cheese
Aged pork with roasted vegetables and steak frit
Truffle flavored soup risotto
Assorted desserts

*Menu is subjected to change by season.
*The course includes one drink. (beer, wine, or non-alcoholic)

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WAGASHI Japanese Sweets Cooking Experience in Tokyo

WAGASHI Japanese Sweets Cooking Experience in Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$95.58

Learn how to make Wagashi, one of the Japanese traditional sweets. This sweet pursue high quality not only in terms of deliciousness but also beauty.

Arigato.kitchen wagashi cooking class offers traditional Japanese sweets making and Maccha green tea.
The attraction of Wagashi is not only enjoying its taste but also you can see and feel the season by the looking and ingredients ... More info ›

Learn how to make Wagashi, one of the Japanese traditional sweets. This sweet pursue high quality not only in terms of deliciousness but also beauty.

Arigato.kitchen wagashi cooking class offers traditional Japanese sweets making and Maccha green tea.
The attraction of Wagashi is not only enjoying its taste but also you can see and feel the season by the looking and ingredients. Let's enjoy eating and looking the Japanese sweets and have a relaxing time.

About Wagashi
Wagashi is an essential part of Japanese culture and tradition, that is, to enjoy as a treat and an art to express the passing seasons. Wagashi can be enjoyed with its appearance, such as the color and the form. For example, Wagashi in summer can express ‘coolness’ with a clear jelly to represent water or freshness to help getting through the hot and humid summer season. This is another way to learn Japanese traditional and actually experience it by cooking!

◆Menu
Wagashi and Maccha (Japanese Green Tea)

◆Wagashi Calendar in all Seasons
Spring
- March
Sakura Mochi - rice cake with bean paste wrapped in a preserved cherry leaf.
Botamochi - The steamed rice and a thick azuki paste is hand-packed around pre-formed
balls of rice.

- April
Hanami Dango - a Japanese rice cake ball made out of mochiko powder.
Sakura Yokan - a thick, jellied dessert made of red bean paste, agar, and sugar.

- May
Kashiwa Mochi - a rice cake wrapped in an oak leaf.
Ichigo Daifuku -a kind of Japanese confection consisting of a strawberry inside 'daifuku',
which is a rice cake stuffed with sweet bean paste.

Summer
- June
Anmitsu – Gelatin cubes and sweet bean paste with fruits.
Hydrangea Yokan – soft sweet bean jelly

- July
Milky way Yokan - The special Ama no Gawa (Milky Way) yokan celebrates Tanabata.

- August
Apricot Water Bun - Mizu (water) manjū is traditionally eaten in the summertime and
contains a flavored bean filling.

Autumn
- September
Sweet Potato Yokan - As traditional as Japanese desserts come, this sweet treat combines sweet potatoes with sugar for
sweetness, salt and vinegar for flavour balancing, and agar for gelatinising without the need
for gelatin.

- October
Tsukimi Dango - Rice dumplings in appreciation for the harvest of grains.

- November
Kuri Zenzai - Sweet made with soft beans and chestnuts
Kuri Manju - Chestnut bun

Winter
- December
Black Sesami - It is used for winter Wagashi a lot of time.
Mame Daifuku – It is a Japanese confection consisting of a small round mochi, glutinous rice cake, with Anko, sweet paste made from beans.

- January
Oshiruko - Sweet bean soup with rice cake.
Kinako Ame -Soybean flour candy.

- February
Kusa Mochi - a rice‐flour dumpling mixed with mugwort.
Warabi Mochi -a jelly-like confection made from bracken starch and covered or dipped in
kinako.

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Tea Ceremony Experience on a Boat including a Kaiseki Cuisine Bento

Tea Ceremony Experience on a Boat including a Kaiseki Cuisine Bento - Tokyo, Japan

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Tokyo, Japan

From USD
$238.94

Enjoy Sado, a Japanese tea ceremony, with a historic view of Tokyo from a traditional boat. Matcha tea tasting and Kaiseki cuisine bento will also be enjoyed on this tour.

This is a Japanese tea ceremony (Sado) experience on a boat reproduced in a modern style ... More info ›

Enjoy Sado, a Japanese tea ceremony, with a historic view of Tokyo from a traditional boat. Matcha tea tasting and Kaiseki cuisine bento will also be enjoyed on this tour.

This is a Japanese tea ceremony (Sado) experience on a boat reproduced in a modern style.

You can experience a traditional cultural experience in Tokyo while gracefully floating down a river. 

There are two courses that you can choose from: the Nihonbashi course or the Asashio Course.

For the Nihombashi course, the departure will be from the Nihombashi port and you will take the Nihombashi River downstream. Then head toward the Tokyo bay along the Sumida river while enjoying some Sake and Kaiseki cuisine with a great view of the Rainbow Bridge. Once you arrive near the Hamarikyu garden, you will experience a tea ceremony while also passing by the Tokyo Tower before returning to the Nihombashi Port

For the Asashio course, you will depart from the Asashio port and take the Asashio canal towards the Tokyo bay. Once you hit the Tokyo Bay, you will enjoy some Sake and Kaiseki cuisine with a magnificent view of the Rainbow Bridge before heading closer to the Hamarikyu Gardens when the tea ceremony will begin. During the tea ceremony, you will pass an area with a good view of the Tokyo Tower. Then, as the tour comes to a close, you will enjoy boating on the Sumida River towards Tsukudajima Island before heading back to the Asashio Port.

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