Kyoto Nishiki Market Tour with 7 Course Lunch

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Enjoy a walking food tour through the Nishiki Food Market, an area known to locals as the Kitchen of Kyoto.

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  • 3-hour walking Kyoto food tour of the world famous Nishiki Market
  • Visit family owned shops and stalls to sample local and seasonal food. Fresh seafood, local snacks, preserved fruits and other specialty items are just a few things you will taste and learn about from your local guide.
  • Find out about the journey from harvest, to sale at the market to home cooking– to give you a sense of how Kyoto cuisine has survived for hundreds of years.

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Lacoste Kawaramachi, exit 9 of Kawaramachi Station.

Important Information

We recommend wearing comfortable shoes for walking.
Please inform us of any food allergies /requirements.
Tour will start on time. If ever the guest/s fail to arrive to the meeting point after 10mins from the starting time of the tour, the tour will leave without them.

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Meet your host :
Arigato Japan
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  • 日本語 (Fluent)

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Reviews (2)

  • Gisela Gisela

    Great food tour!

    We enjoyed every minute of it. The food was great and the guides extremely friendly and knowledgeable. We learned a lot!

  • Mic Mic


    Explored the nishiki market with a very knowledgeable guide, tried food along the way, and ended with a lunch of traditional Japanese dishes. Very informative and fun!