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Gourmet Christmas Champagne Dinner in Tokyo

¥ 16,500 per guest - 3.5 hours
WITH DINNER

Most Expensive Ramen in Tokyo (Luxury A5 Wagyu Ramen)

¥ 12,000 per guest - 1 hour
WITH 1 DRINK

Tokyo Ninja Food Experience

¥ 8,000 per guest - 2 hours
TEA EXPERIENCE

Luxurious Kobe Beef Teppanyaki Course Meal in Kobe

¥ 25,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH DINNER

Private Lunch in Tokyo with Japan’s First Western Geisha

¥ 21,795 per guest - 2 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Tokyo Omakase Sushi Experience with Personal Chef

¥ 25,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH DESSERT

Private Banquet Dinner with Experience in Kamakura

¥ 87,180 per guest - 2 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Noh and Nabe Dining Experience in Kanazawa

¥ 33,000 per guest - 2.5 hours
PRIVATE

Suzume Odori Dance Class and Local Izakaya Dinner

¥ 14,800 per guest - 2.5 hours
WITH DINNER

Nagoya Kochin Chicken Lunch with Komaki Shrine Tour

¥ 17,000 per guest - 4 hours
WITH LUNCH

Private Tram Party with Kagoshima Specialty Buffet

¥ 5,302 per guest - 2 hours
NOMIHOUDAI

Kobe Beef Market to Table Experience with a Chef

¥ 8,900 per guest - 2.5 hours
WITH 1 DRINK

Banquet and Traditional Geisha Performance in Tokyo

¥ 16,347 per guest - 2 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Dining Experiences in Japan

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 and farm-to-table meals, 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? From gluten-free dining experiences to vegan dining experiences, byFood has it all. So even if you’re plant-based, halal, kosher, or have a gluten allergy in Japan, you can still find delicious culinary experiences that suit your diet. Groups, couples, and solo travelers, can all experience Japanese culture through food.