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TOKYO

Wasabi Farm Tour in Okutama, Tokyo

A deep exploration of Japan’s authentic wasabi root at a wasabi farm in Tokyo Prefecture.
from ¥7,000
Food Tours
OSAKA

Osaka Food Tour (10 delicious dishes at 5 hidden eateries)

Dine at five incredible local eateries in Osaka, hidden spots that are only frequented by locals.
from ¥9,500
Regional food
Food Tours
OSAKA

Engaging, Immersive Osaka Foodhood Tour (15 foods, 3 drinks)

Dine like a local at standing bars and cozy gastropubs as you explore Tenma and Kyobashi on this walking Osaka food tour complete with a full dinner and 3 drinks! Never more than 6 guests.
from ¥10,800
With 3 drinks
Food Tours
TOKYO

Tasting 6 Mini Bowls of Ramen at 3 Award Winning Shops

Taste not just one, but six mini bowls of ramen, while exploring Tokyo’s Shibuya and Ebisu areas!
from ¥17,000
Food Tours
TOKYO

The Midnight Diners: Tokyo Experience

Bar hop between eclectic little gastropubs offering a whirlwind of creative foods and drinks, from horse meat shu-mai to oolong shochu, all while clinking glasses with locals in Kichijoji.
from ¥9,500
No strollers
Food Tours
KYOTO

Small Group, All-Inclusive Kyoto Night Food and Culture Tour

Discover Gion and Pontocho as you enjoy local Kyoto cuisine during this delicious Kyoto night food tour.
from ¥11,500
Regional food
Food Tours
KYOTO

Private Tea Ceremony by the UNESCO World Heritage Site

Experience a private traditional tea ceremony in a 100-year-old building overlooking a beautiful Japanese garden.
from ¥8,000
Private Experience
Food Tours
TOKYO

Shinjuku After Dark Izakaya Tour

Come along with a local tour guide, your bar-hopping guru for the evening. Allow us to bring you to the best izakaya (Japanese gastropubs) where they serve the tastiest traditional Japanese dishes.
from ¥15,000
With 3 drinks
Food Tours
OSAKA

Deep Backstreet Osaka Tours (With Dinner)

Get to know the unfiltered Japan and learn about Osaka’s cuisine during a food tour that gives an honest portrayal of the “gritty” side of Japan’s food capital.
from ¥7,800
25% discount
Food Tours
TOKYO

The All Star Tokyo Food Tour

Taste the diversity of Tokyo’s neighborhoods in this ultimate All-Star Tokyo Food Tour, spanning Yurakucho, Ginza, and Shinbashi!
from ¥22,000
No strollers
Food Tours
FUKUOKA

Kyushu Food Tour: A Week Exploring Kyushu’s Culinary Culture

Travel through the culinary landscape of Kyushu on this five-night bus tour through the region.
from ¥275,000
Regional food
Food Tours
TOKYO

Tea Ceremony Experience in Asakusa

Experience a time-honored piece of Japanese culture in Asakusa, Tokyo’s traditional district. Learn about the art and history of Japanese tea ceremonies, and try your hand at preparing and serving your own matcha!
from ¥8,000
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Street food is a big deal in the Land of the Rising Sun, and its vendors are some of the most consistently creative in the world. In fact, many of the iconic dishes of Japan — including sushi and yakitori — started their life in the street food carts of the big cities! These old-school carts are known as yatai, and nowadays they’ve undergone a hipster renaissance.

Alongside the classic Japanese street food dishes, you’ll find plenty of more recent additions to love like “yaki imo” baked sweet potatoes, “takoyaki” octopus batter balls, “imagawayaki” cakes filled with red bean paste, to name a few. The list is basically endless, and each region has its own unique variations to discover.

If you want the lowdown on the local street delicacies, hop on one of these Japanese street food tours and get the expertise from a local guide. You’ll be taken to the very best places to try Japanese street food in its most authentic forms. By the time you’re finished, you’ll be an expert in all the classics, as well as whatever new styles the mad scientists of the market stall and yatai are cooking up next.