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The Midnight Diners: Tokyo Experience

from ¥ 6,000 per guest - 4 hours
NO STROLLERS

Shinjuku After Dark Izakaya Tour

from ¥ 12,000 per guest - 3 hours
WITH 3 DRINKS

Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market Tour

from ¥ 10,000 per guest - 3 hours
WITH SAKE

Tsukiji Fish Market Tour with Breakfast

from ¥ 19,200 per guest - 3 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Downtown Kyoto Local Food Tour

from ¥ 8,500 per guest - 3 hours
REGIONAL FOOD

Kyoto Tea Ceremony and Sweets Experience

from ¥ 4,400 per guest - 1 hour
WEAR KIMONO

Tasting and Tour at One of Tokyo’s Oldest Sake Breweries

from ¥ 19,800 per guest - 8 hours
WITH SAKE

Eat Like a Local: Food Tour of Ikebukuro, Akabane, and Jujo

from ¥ 19,800 per guest - 6 hours
FREE DRINKS

Vegan / Vegetarian Ramen Tour in Tokyo

from ¥ 8,000 per guest - 1.5 hours
NEAR STATION

Food Tour Adventure in Hiroshima at Night

from ¥ 11,000 per guest - 3 hours
WITH DINNER

Back to Edo: Sensoji and Asakusa Food Tour

from ¥ 19,200 per guest - 3 hours
SHOPPING TIME

Retro Shibuya Food Tour

from ¥ 19,200 per guest - 3 hours
WITH SAKE

Golden Gai Food Tour in Shinjuku Golden District

from ¥ 18,800 per guest - 3 hours
WITH 1 DRINK

Nostalgic Shinsekai Osaka Street Food Tour

from ¥ 18,000 per guest - 3 hours
WITH 1 DRINK

Tsukiji Fish Market and Sushi Making Tour

from ¥ 13,500 per guest - 4 hours
NO STROLLERS

Miyajima Tea Ceremony, Calligraphy, and Kimono Experience

from ¥ 15,000 per guest - 1.5 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Evening in Kyoto Pontocho Food Tour

from ¥ 19,200 per guest - 3 hours
WITH SAKE

Kyoto Sake Brewery Tour in Fushimi Sake District

from ¥ 19,200 per guest - 3 hours
SHOPPING TIME

Fully Customizable Food Tour in Nagoya

from ¥ 16,500 per guest - 3.5 hours
PRIVATE

Asakusa Kimono and Traditional Culture Food Tour

from ¥ 24,557 per guest - 4 hours
FREE FOR KIDS

Gluten-Free Food Tours in Japan

On your trip to Japan, you’ll immerse yourself in the local traditions, history, architecture, and culture of Japan. And after a long day of exploring, you’ll likely want to refuel with Japanese cuisine. Those who have celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or other reasons for avoiding wheat, might find it a little challenging to find gluten-free Japanese food.

Surprisingly, soy sauce is not naturally gluten-free. It is an “invisible” ingredient that is present in many Japanese dishes. And soba noodles are made of buckwheat flour, which is gluten-free, but often they are made with a blend of wheat flour as well. Tempura is also traditionally made with wheat flour. But your gluten-free diet certainly shouldn’t stop you from exploring Japanese food culture. During these gluten-free food tours in Japan, you can try a gluten-free sushi tour, join a gluten-free tempura tour, and more!