A trip to Japan is never complete without experiencing the best food on the planet! Customized this walking tour to your palate and schedule.We recommend 8 hours, depending on where you would like to travel to or let your guide suggest and bring you to off the beaten tracks eateries where the locals love.
Note that this is a walking tour ie. tour utilities Tokyo’s Public Transport. Be prepared to travel by foot to the best places your stomach will take you!
In the morning, your very own tour guide will pick you up from the hotel in the Tokyo Area
Start the tour at Tsukiji Fish Market. Tsukiji Market is a large wholesale market for fish, fruits and vegetables in central Tokyo. Beyond the wholesale stalls, many restaurants serve the freshest sushi, made by the fish from the market.
Taste the freshest sashimi and sushis, and the best seafood catch fresh from the ocean!
Walk around the Ginza area before heading to Hama-rikyu Gardens. This place is a tea house with traditional green tea tasting and Japanese sweets. Experience the traditional tea ceremony which is at the heart of the Japanese culture.
Take a leisurely stroll around the Gardens before heading off to your next destination
Take Yurikamome, the elevated train to the modern manmade island, Odaiba. Travel next to Odaiba, which has the popular food court and so-called Takoyaki Museum. Eat to your heart’s content on this savoury dough ball with octopus and other unique fillings.
We will then take a short Sumida River cruise to Asakusa, famous for its street food. With many stores selling melon-pan, melon-shaped sweet bun ice cream, Monja Kookke, several Dango or rice cake, fried chicken, silk pudding to name a few. Spend an hour or two exploring while trying local delights.
not included: Sumida River Cruise fee (740 Y/pax)
Lastly, end the day with some Sake tasting. The restaurant opens at 5.00pm and has one of the best Sake tasting facilities in Tokyo. Known for the ambience of the restaurant, it is a popular spot for locals to drink after a hard day of work. Choose from a wide variety of the national drink and have some light snacks at the side.
If you have any other requests (eg. Michelin star restaurants), do let us know and we will be able to map out a route customised to where your stomach will take you.
Rough estimate of public transport costs: 2000 Yen/pax