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  • John John

    Tokyo Walking Food Tour at Night

    Tokyo Walking Food Tour at Night This was a brilliant tour, which took us around to several different types of Japanese eateries. We did this on one of our first nights and it set up our whole trip, it meant we were able to know what type of places we could get food, and how good it would be when we did.

  • Aly Aly

    Discover hidden bakeries on a Bakery Tour in Yanaka & Ueno!

    Discover hidden bakeries on a Bakery Tour in Yanaka & Ueno! I really enjoyed this tour. Aiko was really friendly, knowledgeable and easy to talk too. She took me to three bakeries in the Ueno area 2 of which were out of the way and I don’t think would be found in any tourist book. I highly recommend this tour if you want to see a different side to Tokyo and learn about bread in Japan.

  • Sophie Sophie

    Experience the World of Wagashi in Gifu

    Experience the World of Wagashi in Gifu We like eating Wagashi so we wanted to know more about it.
    Everything was interesting: from the history of Wagashi to making them with our own hands and of course eating them with a matcha! Our host was very kind and professional.
    We recommend you a detour to try this!

    Thank you so much once again for this amazing experience!

  • Andras Andras

    Kabukicho and Shinjuku Golden Gai Night Tour

    Kabukicho and Shinjuku Golden Gai Night Tour Very interesting trip and Sally was lovely. She was very friendly and told a lot of pieces of information to help us understand better Japan. Wonderful experience

  • Andy Andy

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour I've been to Japan quite a lot and been to tsukiji several times before. But nothing compares to Kiyoshi san tour. We began our day early morning for the veggie auction. Then toured around the veggie wholesale area. Because it was right before new year, so the outter market are selling all the new year food which was a great sight. Kiyoshi was very knowledgeable that he was explaining how each type of food/ingridient is used, how it tasted.
    Then we visited the outter market (where most tourist go) and visited a few temples. Kiyoshi San explains the different orgins of Japanese religion, and the meaning of some artifacts that we see in Japanese cultural events. Then we ended our tour with the wholesale fishmarket part. And kiyoshi San explained the upcoming move of the tsukiji market. He even brought arial images of the new place.

    Great great tour and a wonderful experience.