Despite being Japan’s third-largest city, bursting with life and delicious local food, Nagoya is often overlooked as a destination, with Tokyo and Kyoto taking the limelight. Whether you’re in Nagoya by chance or as a purposeful stopover to catch your breath, you can explore the city’s local nightlife during this Nagoya Food Tour at Night!
In the western business district side of Sakae, you’ll explore the small bars and eateries around the Fushimi area of central Nagoya. Filled with businessmen after a long day at the office, it’s an authentic local drinking experience in Nagoya. During this Nagoya Food Tour at Night, you’ll drink with locals at 3 small standing bars known as tachinomi and enjoy a full dinner of delicious Nagoya cuisine throughout the night. Your local guide will tell you about the city’s history and culture as you go, with sightseeing along the walking tour route. Of course, you’ll drink the night away and mingle with locals, enjoying a delicious drink of your choice at each venue.
Strolling along the Fushimi area towards Nagoya Station, you’ll taste a seasonal selection of scrumptious Japanese foods ranging from fish to grilled skewers, or maybe you’ll even try some famous miso oden (miso, Nagoyans can’t get enough of the stuff!) Needless to say, a world of delicious delights from Nagoya await! Plus, you’ll wander past the atmospheric streets of the area’s traditional seafood market (closed at night, but worth a look in), and take in the twinkling city views from Midland Square. You’ll wrap up your awesome night in Nagoya with a full belly and local stories. This Nagoya food tour night out is one that you’ll never forget!
A 3-hour food tour in Nagoya
An English-speaking local guide
3 drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic options available)
Any additional food or drink purchases
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point is at Shimozono Park in front of the small pond facing the street
The legal drinking age in Japan is 20 years old
Please be reminded to come to the experience on time
Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking