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Gion Tour with Kaiseki Meal in Kyoto at Night

from ¥ 22,900 per guest - 3 hours
WITH DESSERT

Tokyo Omakase Sushi Experience with Personal Chef

from ¥ 25,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH DESSERT

Noh and Nabe Dining Experience in Kanazawa

from ¥ 33,000 per guest - 2.5 hours
PRIVATE

Private Omicho Market Tour and Sushi Experience with Chef

from ¥ 33,500 per guest - 2.5 hours
PRIVATE

Sake Pairing and Omakase Sushi in Tokyo with Personal Chef

from ¥ 30,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH SAKE

Dine in an Ama Hut with Mie's Traditional Female Freedivers

from ¥ 3,500 per guest - 1.5 hours
WITH LUNCH

Kaiseki Meal Featuring Fresh Abalone from the Genkai Sea

from ¥ 11,385 per guest - 2 hours
WITH DESSERT

Izakaya Dinner with Sushi Workshop in Sendai

from ¥ 10,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH DINNER

Pescetarian Dining Experiences in Japan

If you are a pescetarian with a love of seafood and a plant-based diet, then Japan is a wonderful country to visit! As a country surrounded by water, the archipelago of Japan offers you an endless fish and seafood to suit your diet and your palate. Being a pescetarian, you’ll have many more food options than vegetarians and vegans, and shouldn’t concern yourself too much with finding food options, especially in cities like Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.

But while the Japanese diet includes lots of fish, Japan also consumes plenty of meat and is famous for wagyu (high-quality, domestic Japanese) beef. Some dishes may seem vegetarian, but include a small amount of meat, or hidden ingredients (like in broth). Pescetarians in Japan need to be especially careful when ordering ramen, as the broth is often meat-based. As there are not many people with dietary restrictions in Japan, there is less knowledge about diets like the pescetarian diet. That’s where byFood's pescetarian dining experiences in Japan come in. If you want to be totally sure of what’s being served at the table, you can join dining experiences such as a sushi dining experience such as a sushi making show, kaiseki cuisine banquet-style meal, or izakaya dinner. These pescetarian dining experiences in Japan are fun ways to immerse yourself in Japan culture, enjoy yourself, and come away with a fully belly.