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Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour
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Number of Guests
1 - 10 guests
Gluten-free, Kosher, Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescetarian, Free drinks
For crisp and refreshing Japanese beer, traditional sake, and top-quality wagyu beef skewers come on a Shibuya bar hopping adventure in the hidden Niku Yokocho!
A 3-hour food tour and bar crawl in Shibuya with a local guide
Snap a classic photo at the iconic Shibuya Crossing
Explore the Shibuya bar and nightlife scene, starting at an authentic local hole-in-the-wall bar near Shibuya Dogenzaka
Discover just why Niku Yokocho (“Meat Alley”) got its name, tasting succulent Japanese wagyu beef skewers along the way
Try several authentic Japanese dishes paired with ice cold beers and other refreshing beverages
Shibuya is famous for dazzling billboards, high-end shopping, thriving youth culture, and the insane scramble of Shibuya Crossing. It’s also a major nightlife attraction in Tokyo, with Shibuya bars serving up some of the most inventive cocktails that you can only find in Japan (who would have thought a mix of tea and alcohol could actually work!?) alongside crunchy karaage fried chicken, top-quality wagyu beef, and other sizzling izakaya foods. Shibuya bars are the perfect places to relax and mingle with people, and during this Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour, the drinks and food are included so you can let loose and enjoy the evening! The Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour will take you on a food adventure through the back streets of Shibuya. First, you’ll begin the tour at Shibuya’s iconic landmark: Shibuya Crossing, the world’s busiest pedestrian crossing, and popular photo-taking spot. After you’ve taken the classic Shibuya snapshot, you’ll head to the first stop: a local Shibuya bar where you can try Japanese beer with succulent grilled dishes! Then you’ll explore the Tokyo bar scene in Niku Yokocho (“Meat Alley”), a narrow Shibuya backstreet with around 30 izakaya bars. This second Shibuya bar is an authentic local watering hole with only a few seats (don’t worry, we’ve got the reservation covered). The friendly atmosphere practically guarantees you’ll be chatting with other people at the bar before your first drink even hits the table. Next, get a taste of Japanese wagyu beef, Japanese sake, and more as you go bar hopping among a few other izakayas in Niku Yokocho. If you’re in the mood for seafood, there’s plenty of sushi on the menu, but vegetarians will still feel at home with the variety of vegetarian dishes offered during this Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour. Itinerary: -Meet at Tsutaya Shibuya Shop -Check out a bar around Shibuya Dogenzaka -Visit Shibuya Meat Alley (2 bars) -Return to Shibuya Station, or you can stay out and party on!
Visiting 3 local izakaya bars with a local guide, drinks included!
Your choice of 3 drinks & 4 dishes or 4 drinks & 3 dishes
Photos during the tour to remember your awesome Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour!
Transportation fee to and from the tour
Additional food or drink purchases
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point of Shibuya Izakaya Bar Hopping Food Tour is Tsutaya Shibuya Shop which is a one-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station, and from there you will find a guide holding a sign that says “Tokyo Bar Hopping.”
Anyone over 15 years old can join this tour, however, only those who are 20 years or older are allowed to drink alcohol by Japanese law
Do bring cash since some of the restaurants and izakayas don’t accept credit and debit cards
Remember that you don’t need to pay for the guide’s foods and drinks
This Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour starts strictly on time. Please be respectful of the other guests. The tour will start even if guests arrive after the departure time.
Shibuya’s commercial area is a fashionista haven, home to department stores, boutiques, and entertainment. Shibuya’s most famous meeting point is Hachiko Statue. And you can’t miss the Shibuya Crossing. For two minutes at a time, the world’s most intense pedestrian crossing comes to life. A popular street photography spot, the crossing is symbolic of Tokyo, featured in films like Lost in Translation and Tokyo Drift. Another point of interest is Bunkamura which literally means “culture village,” consisting of concert halls, a theater, a cinema, and a museum that features changing exhibits.
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(15 - 90)
Earliest available date: March 6, 2024
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.