Tour 2 unique shrines in Komaki, which were built between 500-1000 years ago. At these Shinto shrines, local people pray for safe childbirth, prosperity for their descendants, and a good harvest. The Tagata Jinja Shrine, in particular, is famous for the annual Honen Festival, a traditional fertility festival that is held every year on March 15th. Learn all about the backstory of these shrines, then pay your respects. This is a unique local Japanese experience that gives insights into Japanese culture and history.
Then, have a special Nagoya Kochin chicken dining experience at a local restaurant. Nagoya Kochin (or “Cochin”) is not just any old chicken. It is the wagyu beef of the chicken world, acclaimed for its high-quality, rich taste, and flavor. Even their eggs are highly acclaimed, favored by chefs across Japan. Nagoya Kochin is one of Japan’s most famous chicken breeds, raised in the Nagoya area. So, what better place to try it than Nagoya, where you can be assured the meat is fresh, authentic, and high-quality. During this food tour, you will have lunch at a 40-year-old restaurant that serves fresh Nagoya Kochin hens, prepared just that morning.
Transportation fees between locations during the tour
Expertise from a kowledgable English-speaking guide
Specialty Kochin chicken lunch
Transportation to the meeting location
Extra purchases during the shrine visit
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Meeting at 10 am in front of the golden clock in Nagoya Station
Please wear comfortable shoes as this experience will involve walking
This experience is not available on Mondays and the 3rd Tuesday of every month (restaurant is closed)