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Sommelier-Led Online Beer Tasting with Luxury Fruit Pairing

from ¥ 2,500 per guest - 1.5 hours

Sake Tasting Experience in Fukuoka with Obanzai

from ¥ 15,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH SAKE

Tokyo Bars and Mixology with Whisky, Sake, and Food Pairings

from ¥ 29,600 per guest - 3 hours
WITH SAKE

Japanese Wine Tasting Experience in Fukuoka

from ¥ 15,000 per guest - 2 hours

Japanese Tea Tasting Experience in Fukuoka

from ¥ 10,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH GREEN TEA

Flavors of Japan Food Tour with Wagashi

from ¥ 18,000 per guest - 3 hours
REGIONAL FOOD

Private Drinks with a Geisha in a Tokyo Teahouse

from ¥ 10,897 per guest - 1.5 hours
LEARN ETIQUETTE

Gourmet Food Tour in Kaga with Sake Brewery Visit

from ¥ 52,000 per guest - 4.5 hours
WITH LUNCH

Tokyo Sake Tasting Experience

from ¥ 5,500 per guest - 1 hour
NOMIHOUDAI

Dashi Tasting and Bonito Tour in Mie

from ¥ 3,500 per guest - 1 hour
HAS A GIFT

Kagoshima Whisky Tasting and Distillery Tour

from ¥ 5,200 per guest - 1 hour
HAS A GIFT

Mixology Mixer: Online Happy Hour in Japan

from ¥ 1,650 per guest - 1 hour

Hirashimizu Artistries Tour: Pottery, Sake, and Silk

from ¥ 7,000 per guest - 3.5 hours

Shonai Sake Tasting in Tsuruoka City

from ¥ 1,500 per guest - 1 hour
NEAR STATION

Sushi Pairing and Kesennuma Sake Brewery Visit

from ¥ 5,000 per guest - 2 hours
WITH SAKE

Shiogama Sake Tasting with Sushi Pairing

from ¥ 15,000 per guest - 3.5 hours
WITH SAKE

Tastings in Japan

Want to become an expert on Japanese sake, whisky, tea, and more? These tastings in Japan will link you to specialists in their fields, so you can get insider tips and info about the world of Japanese beverages. Japanese sake enthusiasts can tour sake breweries, enjoy tastings of raw sake, and indulge in pairings of sake and sushi; while tea lovers can find zen in a cup of matcha and a bite of Japanese wagashi sweets. Book tastings in Japan and learn all about your favorite drinks, like sake and tea, which have been a vital part of Japanese culture for centuries and are still significant today. For example, matcha tea plays the starring role in the Japanese tea ceremony, a tradition that has its roots in Zen Buddhism and Japanese hospitality. Meanwhile, amazake, a fermented rice drink, is consumed during the Japanese New Year. During your trip, be sure to join a tasting in Japan and get a taste of the history and culture of the land of the rising sun.