Asakusa is one of the most traditional districts in Tokyo, home to the biggest Buddhist temple in the city, Sensoji, and the vibrant Nakamise Dori Shopping Street. Step back in time and join this Asakusa Kimono and Traditional Culture Food Tour, an opportunity for you to wear a beautiful Japanese kimono and experience the traditional side of Tokyo. Imagine yourself riding in a Japanese rickshaw and eating a variety of delicious Japanese food, followed by a Japanese tea ceremony. Well, look no further, this is your moment!
During this Asakusa Kimono and Culture Food Tour, you’ll eat a number of delicious Japanese foods and explore the streets of Asakusa while wearing a beautiful Japanese kimono. Firstly, you’ll taste some fresh sushi. Next, you’ll try the best deep-fried tempura on offer in Asakusa at the local heaven of tempura, followed by yakiniku (Japanese barbeque) meal at a specialty restaurant. You’ll visit the majestic Sensoji Temple, famous for its festivals and street food. This is the perfect opportunity to try some takoyaki (octopus balls), a famous street food snack from Osaka.
Stroll the streets of Asakusa between meals, exploring alleyways filled with history. You’ll see a number of old style shops and markets along the way, and some of the most delicious foods in Asakusa. Finish off the Asakusa Kimono and Traditional Culture Food Tour with a Japanese tea ceremony, where you’ll experience the ritual of serving and enjoying matcha green tea.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture in the traditional district of Asakusa
Learn about the history of Asakusa, traditional Japanese customs, and have some of the best local food in Asakusa
Eat 4 different foods across 4 different restaurants
End the tour with an authentic Japanese tea ceremony experience
If you book for 2 guests or more, the experience will automatically become private, and will close for booking
A 4-hour Asakusa Kimono and Traditional Culture Food Tour in the Asakusa area
A traditional Japanese tea ceremony with sweets
4 foods at different delicious stops
One drink included at the yakiniku beef restaurant
Any additional food, drink, or souvenir purchases
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
In front of the Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center
This experience is free for kids! Please write the number of children who will be attending on the checkout page
Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking