Once a villa of the Japanese aristocracy over a thousand years ago, Arashiyama in Kyoto is now a popular tourist spot that’s famous for its glorious bamboo grove. The beautiful bamboo towers over you, a stunning natural sight to behold. Kyoto is also known for its specialty Take (bamboo) cuisine! Discover the best of Arashiyama and the Sagano area during an Arashiyama Food Tour in Kyoto, where you’ll explore the best tourist spots while eating some of local foods along the way.
Taste some regional specialties during this Arashiyama tour, perhaps some you’ve never heard of before! You’ll try things like a tofu donut and Japanese fish cakes, learning about their origins and how they’re made. Never heard of negiyaki or yuba before? You’ll try it for yourself during this Arashiyama Food Tour in Kyoto, which will have you tasting a number of other Japanese foods as you go. You’ll visit a number of significant temples and monuments between food stops, as well as getting the perfect bamboo selfie in Arashiyama. A delicious way to spend a perfect day strolling through the beautiful Arashiyama area, join this fun Arashiyama Food Tour in Kyoto!
-Soy milk donut
-Negiyaki (Japanese pancake made from green onions)
-Deep fried fish cake with yuba (a type of tofu-like soybean product)
-Matcha green tea
-Wagashi (Japanese sweets)
A 2.5-hour food tour of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove area in Kyoto
An English-speaking tour guide to teach you about the history of Arashiyama and regional cuisine
Food menu (see above)
Local food samples to taste along the Arashiyama tour route
Additional food or drinks, or souvenir purchases
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point is in front of the ticket gate of the JR Saga Arashiyama Station.
This food tour strictly starts on time. Please be respectful of the other guests. If guests do not arrive at the meeting point by the departure time, the tour will begin regardless.
Please notify us in advance if there are any food restrictions, preferences, and allergies (e.g. gluten allergy, vegetarian, vegan).
Minimum drinking age is 20 years and above in Japan. Alternative drinks will be served for participants who are below 20 years old.
Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking.