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  • Pam Pam

    Explore Asakusa, Akihabara, and Shibuya in one day!

    Explore Asakusa, Akihabara, and Shibuya in one day! His extensive knowledge of Tokyo allowed us quickly and efficiently visit the places I wanted to go and to also see other great places he knew I would enjoy. I loved the maid café and photo booth along with Kenichi’s suggestions for food to eat. Catching the trains and walking the busy streets of Tokyo with Kenichi’s company was thoroughly enjoyable and I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for Tokyo walking tours!

  • Phuong Phuong

    Learn to Make a Bowl of Matcha

    Learn to Make a Bowl of Matcha The Sensei was extremely professional and impressive in her demonstration it was good to get a explanation on the cultural and historical aspect of the tea ceremony. The interpreter was a friendly girl who made communicating easier between the host and myself

  • Annette Annette

    Eat Sumo Wrestler Hot Pot in the Old Sumo Stable

    Eat Sumo Wrestler Hot Pot in the Old Sumo Stable After watching a the wrestlers practice at a Sumo stable you must go eat Chanko Nabe at an old Sumo Stable. This is the nutritious meal that the wrestlers eat every day! It was a great cultural experience and the dish was really good!

  • Brenton Brenton

    Make Japanese chicken ramen in a ramen restaurant, Asakusa

    Make Japanese chicken ramen in a ramen restaurant, Asakusa Hosts were very kind and friendly. They gave clear and easy to understand instructions and the food was delicious. Highly recommend to all people who are interested in cooking.

  • Thomas Thomas

    Cook and eat Japanese style breakfast in Asakusa

    Cook and eat Japanese style breakfast in Asakusa This experience was an absolute highlight of our trip to Tokyo! When we arrived at the lovely flat in Asakusa, we first had tea together in a lovely traditional japanese-style room with Tatami mats. Our friendly host, Akinori, then informed us about the great menu he had prepared for us and answered all the questions we had. Cooking with Akinori was very well structured, informative and fun. After first showing us what we had to do, he offered and encouraged us try every cooking step on our own. We also enjoyed cooking with Chopsticks, as we had never tried this before. When we had finished cooking, we sat down together and enjoyed our many tasty creations - it was so delicious! We especially enjoyed the Onigiri (filled rice balls), Tamagoyake (japanese omlette), Karagaake (japanese fried chicken) and misoshiru (miso soup). During our entire stay, we were really exited about how happy and motivated Akinori was to give us insights into the japanese cuisine and culture! We can wholeheartedly recommend booking this experience and want to say thank you again for the great time we had!