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    Private Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour We had a wonderful exploration with Kiyoshi in the Tsukiji Fish Market. He is very knowledgeable and familiar with the operation of the market. During the tour, Kiyoshi also gave us some unexpected experience such as having chance to chat with vendor and wholesaler, and experience the tradition temple blessing. We highly recommend Kiyoshi be your guide.

  • Garret Garret

    10% OFF Private Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market Tour & Enjoy Sushi

    10% OFF Private Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market Tour & Enjoy Sushi We loved our tour of the Tsukiji Fish Market Tour with Atsushi. He was incredibly knowledgeable about the history and current operations of the market. The private aspect of the tour was great because it was at your own pace, you could always hear Atsushi, and ask him questions. It felt like we were being shown around by a friend, not a large touristy group.

    Our sushi lunch was probably our favorite authentic sushi experience we had in Japan. Atsushi even helped us with other aspects of our trip outside of the tour. We visited around the NYE holiday, so he called a store that we wanted to visit to make sure they were open before we left, and gave us recommendations for ramen spots, and translated for us at a knife store. These above-and-beyond things make us wish could give Atsushi six stars - we would highly recommend!

  • Colleen Colleen

    Day trip to Odawara/Hakone from Tokyo by Shinkansen

    Day trip to Odawara/Hakone from Tokyo by Shinkansen Our Shinkansen (Bullet train) tickets were delivered to our hotel, making for one less thing to do upon arriving in Tokyo. Although purchasing Shinkansen tickets on your own isn't difficult, we left for Odawara in the morning and we were glad we didn't have to wait in line at Tokyo Station to get our tickets. Finding the Shinkansen train lines in Tokyo Station wasn't hard and once we got close we just showed our tickets and asked where to go. Once we arrived in Odawara we met up with our guide, Ren. Ren had been in contact with us before the trip and the days leading up to it so he had worked out an agenda for us. We had a great time at Odawara Castle and he took us to an amazing restaurant for lunch, for which he made advance reservations for us. Such a nice surprise. The entire menu was in Japanese, we would not been able to enjoy that meal without him. Amazing food at an authentic restaurant made hiring a guide totally worth it! We found it to be helpful that he taught us how to bow to shrines, teach us about the history of the Odawara Castle, and tell us about the traditions of Japan. Hiring a guide made our first day in Japan a day to learn and understand the culture and having a translator helped make this such a stress free, wonderful experience.

  • Christine Christine

    Enjoy Japanese Cooking Class with Friendly Locals in Kyoto

    Enjoy Japanese Cooking Class with Friendly Locals in Kyoto We wanted a day to relax and learn how to make Japanese food after too many temples and palaces. The cooking school was in a traditional Japanese house. There were nine people taking the izakaya cooking class that day. We had three instructors and they were very patient and informative. We learned to cook 7 dishes in 3 hours. All of the ingredients and cooking techniques were explained thoroughly. Everything we prepared was fun and delicious. I would highly recommend this experience for anyone who wants to learn more about Japanese food and culture.

  • May May

    Learn How to Make "Soba" and "Udon" in Kawasaki

    Learn How to Make "Soba" and "Udon" in Kawasaki Keiko met us at the Kawasaki train station and instantly made us feel welcome in her home. Her friendly nature and love for food is evident and made it very easy to follow her instructions to make Udon and Kakiage. As former chefs and food enthusiasts, it was really surprising to find out that the theory behind Udon making is the complete opposite to what we are used to in western dough making. We especially loved getting to eat what we had made using the beautiful bowls Keiko had made herself.

    We're really glad we booked this experience and can't wait to make udon at home in Australia using the techniques we learnt from Keiko. Thank you so much!!

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