The Japanese cuisine is immensely diverse, encompassing a huge range of cuisines based on the region, occasion, and season. There’s kaiseki ryori or kaiseki cuisine, the traditional Japanese multi-course meal; and shojin ryori, the humble Buddhist vegetarian fare. Dining experiences in Japan also vary by region, with each prefecture being home to its own specialty dishes and ingredients. In rural Japan, you may find fresh local produce prepared simply, while you may also find a variety of themed dining experiences in Japan, in urban areas like Tokyo and Osaka.
From intimate meals cooked by your own personal chef to dinner-and-a-show delights and farm-to-table dinners, byFood has a wide range of dining experiences in Japan. Food is a gateway into culture, and a wonderful way to connect with people and learn. And who better to learn from than chefs and locals? Whether you are pescetarian, vegetarian, vegan, halal, kosher, or gluten-free, you can still find dining experiences in Japan that suit your diet. Groups, couples, and solo travelers, can all experience Japanese culture through food.