ByFood's Biggest Campaign Ever! Enjoy a 20% Discount on All Bookings Made By April 26, 2024

By The byFood Team
Updated: March 27, 2024

Spring has sprung, and to celebrate Japan's favorite season, byFood is hosting its biggest campaign yet. Until April 26, 2024, foodies can enjoy a whopping 20% off all experience bookings and restaurant reservations. 


Want to get in on the fun? 

20% off all experiences and restaurants on byFood


ByFood has thousands of food experiences and restaurants that will enhance any trip to Japan, whether you're coming for the first or tenth time. And every trip should be a celebration, so why not treat yourself?

Here's what 20% off looks like if you try to book our most popular food tours and course menu restaurants.

Tsukiji Fish Market tour and sushi cooking class with a professional chef

Shop around Tsukiji Fish Market and learn how to turn fresh catch into delicious sushi with the guidance of a professional sushi chef. 

With our 20% discount, this experience is only ¥16,800!

Dinner with a geisha in Kyoto with a traditional show

Enjoy a delectable Japanese dinner accompanied by Japan's famed entertainers after exploring Kyoto's Gion district. One-hour geisha show included!

With our 20% discount, this experience is only ¥20,400!

Michelin star meal at Crony near Tokyo Tower


This two Michelin-starred restaurant invites guests to partake in sustainably-sourced French cuisine paired with an immaculate selection of wines.

With our 20% discount, you can eat at Crony for only ¥22,800 per person!

Edomae sushi at Nishiazabu Kamakura

Enjoy authentic Edomae sushi with Akita-grown rice and seafood personally selected by the chef every morning, fresh from Toyosu Fish Market.

With our 20% discount, you can indulge in an omakase course for only ¥23,320!

How to use this promo code (and save big!)

Using a byFood promo code is easy peasy. For 20% off your booking or reservation, input the promo code BYFOOD20 at checkout. 


This campaign will run until April 26, 2024. That said, you can book an experience or reserve a restaurant any time this or next year! In other words, so long as you can book by April 26, you can take advantage of a massive discount. 

Note: ByFood will not accept liability should an eligible user fail to input the promo code when booking an experience or restaurant, thereby forfeiting the user's eligibility for the promotion. We also reserve the right to suspend, cancel, or modify the promotion and its terms and conditions without prior notice.

No trip planned? No problem!

This promotion is applicable sitewide, which means you can also take advantage of the 20% discount on e-commerce orders. If you’re unsure when your trip to Japan will be, why not reat yourself to some Japanese food items from our online store



Is there a minimum booking amount required to use the promo code?

You can use the promo code on any booking or reservation over ¥1,000

My booking or reservation request was rejected. Can I use the promo code on a new request?

Yes! We want you to experience the best of Japan's food culture. If your first request didn't work out, we'll make it our mission to find you the second-best alternative. 

Can I apply the promo code to another booking if I cancel my current reservation?

Yes! You can use this promo on any booking or reservation made before April 26, 2024.

ByFood has thousands of experiences and restaurants across Japan. Browse our full catalog of food tours and cooking classes, or find the perfect restaurant in Tokyo.

Still got questions? Contact the byFood customer support team with further inquiries about this campaign.

We strive to be as accurate as possible and keep up with the changing landscape of Japan's food and travel industries. If you spot any inaccuracies, please send a report.
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