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Reviews for Sake in Tokyo

  • Madoree Madoree

    Sake Tasting

    Sake Tasting Our guide Tomomi and the sake venue were awesome! If you're looking for a unique experience - this is it. Tomomi met us at the train station and led us to a local hangout spot away from tourist zones. In the venue, we had a great view of the streets and learned more than we ever knew to ask about when it comes to sake. I highly recommend taking on this adventure. Ask for Tomomi if you can 😀.

  • Sandy Sandy

    Sake Tasting

    Sake Tasting Interesting experience, good chat with Tomomi. Tried 6 types of sake that we never tried before, taste-opening experience.

  • Tarah Tarah

    Sake Tasting

    Sake Tasting The host, Tomomi, was a pleasure to interact with and meeting us at the station to walk us to the cutest sake bar was such a nice touch. The sake server/owner of the bar was very knowledgeable. And best of all, the sake was delicious! So many kinds and varieties! Would recommend it to anyone.

  • Timo Timo

    Sake Tasting

    Sake Tasting All went smooth and nice. Very good and extremely nice communication with Tomomi-san. She picks you up and leads you to the place, you then get a plate with 5 sake glasses, big enough to test truthfully.
    Tomomi is a very nice person , talking and having fun with her is great.

    Total recommendation. A very nice option to chose for you Japan trip.

  • Benjamin Benjamin

    Enjoy Japanese sake and food culture in Ginza, Tokyo

    Enjoy Japanese sake and food culture in Ginza, Tokyo Taro was great company and knowledgeable about Sake. The Izakaya is very authentic japanese and the overall experience is unique. Taro share his culture and life and recommended the best sake I've tried. He is a great guy. He is currently studying english, so it would be better if you are patient or can speak some Japanese. Either way, once the sake is flowing you'll have a great time!