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MIE

Farm-to-Table Matsusaka Beef Sukiyaki at a Farmer’s Inn

Spend the night at a farmer’s inn, harvest veggies, collect spring water, and make a luxurious sukiyaki hot pot with Matsusaka wagyu. This rare beef is native to Mie, and only 2500 Matsusaka cattle are available each year, making it highly coveted.
from¥18,343
(10)
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OSAKA

Absolute Osaka Food Tour

Join this tour in Minami Osaka, where gleaming lanterns light the path from restaurant to restaurant, and larger-than-life food signs indicate glorious gyoza and seafood within. Explore 4 food stops and a local restaurant with a knowledgable guide.
from¥25,200
(5)
With 1 drink
Tastings
TOKYO

Flavors of Japan Food Tour with Wagashi

This Tokyo food tour features 8 stops, showcasing the variety of Japan’s regional and seasonal foods. From the oldest and most expensive fruit store in Japan to a handmade Japanese sweets shop, you’ll witness the diversity of Japanese food culture.
from¥23,000
(3)
Regional food
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KANAGAWA

Noh, Spirituality, and a Meal with the Gods at Afuri Shrine

Discover Noh, Japanese traditional performance art, and experience the spirituality of a pilgrimage to Afuri Shrine, complete with a meal shared with the gods.
from¥39,500
With dinner
Private Experience
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NAGANO

Washoku in the Heart of Japan at Restaurant Sofu

A tantalizing fine dining experience with local Japanese ingredients at a stunning Karuizawa forest: delicious hot pot shabu shabu, teppanyaki, and sukiyaki beef menu prepared by chefs. Enjoy the elegant hotel setting with refreshing views.
from¥22,600
With 1 drink
Cooking Classes
KANAGAWA

Wagyu Beef Sukiyaki Hot Pot Cooking Class in Ninomiya

This Sukiyaki Hot Pot Cooking Class featuring wagyu beef is the perfect place to feast with friends and family!
from¥10,000
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We had an amazing time! We brought 12 Americans that spoke zero Japanese and were hoping for a truly cultural experience and this delivered! Out of everything we did in almost 3 weeks across Japan, this was everyone’s favorite. The family was so welcoming and friendly. And the food was incredible, some of the best we had in Japan. But just having the experience to break bread, tell stories and jokes with people from difficult cultures is really incredible and not something people take the time to do. It’s truly a beautiful experience. And the story behind why they began hosting is very touching. I am really doing a poor job of articulating how wonderful the experience was. Just know if you’re on the fence, do it, and you won’t be disappointed. To the family, thank you again and you’re always welcome to join us in Wisconsin!
Justin M Kopesky
May 07, 2024
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Farm-to-Table Matsusaka Beef Sukiyaki at a Farmer’s Inn
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The hosts were great! There are several buildings to stay in. We were the only group for our one night stay, but in theory I believe separate parties would each use a different building. We made takoyaki, and the hosts made tempura and katsu along with the star Matsusaka beef (bbq’ed and in sukiyaki), plus small side dishes. Way more food than we could possibly consume. Breakfast included homemade rice flour bread, and they sent us off with bentos as well. In fact, because our next stop was a 45 minute drive away (Ise), they drove us to our hotel to drop off our luggage and then dropped us off at Ise Jingu to save us the train ride. I wouldn’t get too excited over the vegetable garden; I don’t think we even ate the vegetables we picked, and if you’ve ever kept a small garden yourself it’s essentially the same experience.
Ann Shan
April 16, 2024
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Farm-to-Table Matsusaka Beef Sukiyaki at a Farmer’s Inn
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Truly amazing experience. I loved the Japanese hospitality of my hosts and their thoughtfulness. Although they can’t really speak English, they make an attempt to use translation app on their mobile phone. Food was home cooked and home made. Totally delicious.
Fuen Chong Lee
January 19, 2024
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Farm-to-Table Matsusaka Beef Sukiyaki at a Farmer’s Inn
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Spencer exceeded our initial expectations as our tour guide for the evening. The tour started a bit awkwardly, but Spencer’s eclectic knowledge helped spark conversations which connected us as a group. The tour started at the bridge overlooked by the popular Glico man where Spencer provided history on the origins of the company and mascot. At the first food stop, we had 4 different types of takoyaki which was the best we’ve ever had - piping hot crispy crust, decadent gooey insides, and juicy pops of chewy octopus. The tour continued through some cute alleyways where Spencer highlighted art work depicting the history of Osaka and a tiny shrine for the 1 inch-high samurai. The next food stop, which we never would have discovered on our own, was a quiet restaurant featuring homestyle cooking. Here we had tonjiru (pork-based soup), agedashi tofu, and a tsukune skewer. Spencer also bought us a round of drinks. We then walked through the busy streets of Dotonbori and marveled at the oversized mascots and kitschy decor above the restaurants. Spencer pointed out the restaurant where conveyor belt sushi was invented, which we went back to try later. The next stop was a busy izakaya packed with locals that would be intimidating for foreigners to enter unguided. We had 2 types of okonomiyaki, chicken karaage, and more drinks. We felt like we got a taste of being a local. Last was a taiyaki stall with hot fish shaped cakes - the perfect street dessert capping a fun night in Osaka!
Clare Wong
December 29, 2023
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Absolute Osaka Food Tour
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The host family were super friendly. Even if you don’t know or know little japanese, they make huge efforts (using translation apps) to communicate with you. During this stay, i learnt about the true origins of Matsusaka beef (actually from Taiki!) and got to taste a huge sukiyaki feast cooked with vege gathered from their local farm and water from a nearby mountain source. The house is also clean and comfortable with toilet, bedding, kitchen and amenities. I am so touched by their hospitality (they even prepared onigiri for me the next morning for my next journey), i will return again with family!! Thank you so much, i wont forget this experience..
Justin Teo
August 04, 2023
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Farm-to-Table Matsusaka Beef Sukiyaki at a Farmer’s Inn
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