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Izakaya Dinner with Sake and Japanese Dance Performance

As you tuck into a delicious izakaya course meal and Japanese sake, an avant-garde Japanese dance performance will enthrall you!
Tokyo
2 hours
Minimum of 10 guests
Japanese - English
WITH SAKE
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At a Tokyo izakaya known for inventive and fresh seafood dishes, you’ll indulge in a delicious course meal while being entertained by an equally creative dance performance featuring traditional Japanese instruments. A fusion of classical Japanese dance and contemporary rock music, this extraordinary performance will captivate your imagination! Watch the whirlwind performance as the Japanese sake flows! Since Chef Hirata, the owner of the restaurant, is a certified sake sommelier (known as “kikizake-shi” in Japanese), your meal will of course be accompanied by high-quality Japanese nihonshu (rice wine) to compliment the dishes. You can be assured that this nihonshu will be perfectly paired with the various courses of your meal. To ensure the exceptional quality of the meal and emphasize the beauty of the current season, the ingredients used will be fresh and seasonal. As the menu changes based on the best local produce and seafood available, there is no single set menu, but an example menu is provided below. Join us and immerse yourself in a dining experience like no other! Meal Example: -Edamame -Salad -Fish sashimi -Oden -Stewed beef -Grilled chicken -Pickles -Rice
Highlights:
Tuck into a tasty seasonal course menu of typical izakaya fare
Feast your eyes on a wild Japanese dance performance with a special twist
Drink sake that is personally selected by Chef Hirata, a certified sake sommelier
Inclusions:
Japanese dance and musical instrument performance
Japanese izakaya course meal
Japanese sake
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
4-minute walk from Oji Station (Tokyo Metro)
Remarks:
Please note that the English level of the chef and staff is limited, but there are English materials available
The legal drinking age in Japan is 20 years old and non-alcoholic beverages will be served to those under age
Experience Location:
Tokyo’s Kita Ward is one of the 23 special wards of Tokyo, and lies in the northeast. This charming area boasts stunning shrines like the Oji Inari Shrine (known for the fox parade), lovely parks such as the cherry blossom-lined Asukayama Park, and fun museums and art galleries like the Paper Museum.
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