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  • Shinjuku: Golden Gai Food Tour

    1. Shinjuku: Golden Gai Food Tour

    Start your tour by walking through the busy streets of Shinjuku heading straight for Omoide Yokocho (literally “Memory Lane”) as your first stop. Omoide Yokocho is rightfully named as it is littered with rustic bars from the 1950s. Anyone of the older generation will feel as if they stepped back in time to the middle of the 20th century. Many of these bars still stay true to their roots, serving roasted giblets with beef and pork, which was a staple when food was scarce after World War II. From there you will make your way to Kabukicho, Asia’s largest, yet safest, red light district stopping at a kushikatsu stall for some authentic regional cuisine called kushikatsu (specialty food from Osaka of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables). Each of the guests will get 4 kushikatsu and 1 drink. From here you will walk through the rest of Kabukicho, weaving in and out to give guests a sense o...

    The food and history lessons were great! The guide was very knowledgeable and personable. Only wish it had been easier to find the guide outside the station, but overall great experience!

  • Japanese Street Food Tour

    2. Japanese Street Food Tour

    Try the delicious side of Shibuya, a place more known for being at the forefront of culture and fashion, and rarely known for its food.  This tour will show you the places to go in Shibuya, the places the locals go, so the next time you visit you can do so as a local. Get the chance to visit 5 food stops and try: Kobe Beef Skewers, Osaka Takoyaki, Hiroshima Okonomiyaki, 5 types of Sushi and Taiyaki (Japanese dessert). Nestled in the back alleys, these places are unforgettable and an experience you wont want to miss. End your journey with a tour of Shibuya Depachika (underground food market).

    Jordan was our guide and showed my husband and I an amazing experience! It was very personable and we got to experience some delicious food. it offered good. variety into different types of Japanese food, the history behind them as well as parts of Japan. We learned so much! We would highly recommend Arigoto food tours to anyone looking to taste various Japanese foods and learn about the culture here.

  • Tokyo: Crazy Cute & Kawaii Harajuku Food Tour

    3. Tokyo: Crazy Cute & Kawaii Harajuku Food Tour

    Come make some delicious memories in Tokyo’s mecca for youth culture, pop art and fashion, and the home of Japan’s cutest characters, goods and yes even "cute food.” On this newest Tokyo tour, let your guide show you around the back streets of Omotesando. Harajuku is at the crossroads of international and local designers, artists, chefs and fashionistas. This area is so colorful and chaotic. Find out more than you can from the guidebooks and websites. Explore the hidden gems with local experts. This Kawaii Food Tour is great for families, cute culture fans, foodies and especially those with a bit of a sweet tooth.

  • Asakusa: Cultural & Street Food Walking Tour

    4. Asakusa: Cultural & Street Food Walking Tour

    Start your 3-hour journey with a ride in a rickshaw (Jinrikisha), which used to be a common form of transportation in Edo era in Japan. This short ride will allow you to explore Asakusa from an interesting perspective, and help you feel a part of Japanese tradition. Once you finish your rickshaw ride, you will travel to one of the main landmarks in Asakusa, the Senso-ji temple. Whilst here you will explore Nakamise Street, a street that has a 300-year history and some of the finest street food around, some of which you will get to sample. As you travel toward Kappabashi, you will learn how the Asakusa area has been developed and become accustomed with some of its local traditions! After exploring the Senso-ji, you'll walk a few minutes towards Kappabashi, a long street full of mystery. Here, you'll find a huge range of Japanese kitchen tools and goods, and your guide will recommend shop...

  • Tokyo: West-Side Cycling and Food Tour with Guide

    5. Tokyo: West-Side Cycling and Food Tour with Guide

    Jump on board a salvaged ‘mamachari’ bicycle and join a like-minded group of guests on an all-inclusive cycling, walking and food adventure in West Tokyo. Delve into the eclectic local neighborhoods of Nakano, Koenji, and Asagaya as you pedal to the rhythm of everyday life on this all-season, all-weather neighborhood jaunt. With the insider knowledge of a seasoned local, nothing is off-limits as you encounter the urban landscapes, neighborhood attractions and enticing cuisine that gives these culturally rich areas their distinctive character. Pedal the twisting backstreets, enjoy a tailored selection of popular local snacks, experience Tokyo's unique cycling culture and jostle for counter space with hungry ‘salarymen’ as you refuel for lunch. The possibilities are endless as you set off to explore a captivating side of Tokyo on a sometimes creaky, sometimes squeaky, but always immacula...

    If you're looking to escape the tourist hubs and get a real local insight into the neighbourhoods of Tokyo, Andy's bike tour is a must! I really enjoyed exploring the back streets and hearing about life in the different neighbourhoods we ventured through. The selection of food was both authentic and delicious, and the stop at the standing noodle bar for lunch was quite the experience. Andy does a great job making everyone feel welcome and connects to the group on a personal level. One of favourite memories from the trip, highly recommended!

  • Tokyo: Private Eat & Drink Like a Local Tour

    6. Tokyo: Private Eat & Drink Like a Local Tour

    Enjoy 6 authentic, delicious tastings and a drink included in this unforgettable personalized food tour of Tokyo with a friendly local guide. Explore the food scene in the electric streets of Shibuya and Shinjuku, Tokyo’s fast-paced commercial hubs and a foodie havens. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. First, meet your guide at the iconic Shibuya Crossing, one of the busiest intersections in the world, and make the mad dash across to a depachika – expansive food halls in the basements of luxurious department stores – to stock up on traditional snacks like Gyoza dumplings for a quick picnic in Yoyogi Park. Explore Cat Street, a quiet backstreet with limited car traffic where well-heeled locals move between high-end fashion boutiques and cool cafes...

    Our guide Sergio was great! He was able to give us a unique mix of a food tour, history lesson, and sightseeing experience. This was a great way to start off our trip in Japan!

  • Tokyo: 3-Hour Food Tour of Shinbashi at Night

    7. Tokyo: 3-Hour Food Tour of Shinbashi at Night

    Explore the alleys of Tokyo's Shinbashi area, known for its rustic izakayas (pubs) and food stalls. Grab some of the most satisfying food on the planet as you discover the vibrant district after dark! Start by entering the chasm of eateries overrun on a nightly basis by the working class of Japan. Join the thousands of businessmen who go to their favorite izakaya bar for a quick bite and cold beer before going home. Stop for some sashimi (raw fish), large gyoza (dumplings) and tamagoyaki (omelet), and then continue to a yakitori stall serving skewered meat and veggies cooked over an open fire. Wind your way through the maze of izakayas to find one of the most hidden okonomiyaki (pancake) shops, where only the locals go. Savor an authentic okonomiyaki with a drink before heading back to Shinbashi Station for the end of the t...

    An excellent walking tour that covered key elements of the history and culture behind specific cuisines, culinary techniques and establishment types. The insights were terrific and the food was outstanding!

  • Tokyo: Nighttime Local Food & Drink Tour in Asakusa

    8. Tokyo: Nighttime Local Food & Drink Tour in Asakusa

    See maybe one of the most touristic places in Tokyo is Asakusa. It's traditional town from 7th century and this certainly remains in the atmosphere with Sensoji Temple, the biggest temple in Tokyo, being here. Due to this, Asakusa is very famous and many tourists come out here in the daytime, but how about at nighttime? In the evening, very few foreigners walk around Asakusa and many Japanese people come out. After work, Japanese "salary-men" come to Asakusa to drink, laugh and chat. Let's drink local alcohol and eat delicious Izakaya food as locals with our professional and friendly guide!  The menu is as follows: -Sake (Japanese rice wine) -Typical Izakaya foods and drinks (Japanese local food)  -Japanese savory pancakes(Okonomiyaki or Monja yaki)

  • Tokyo: Tsukiji and Asakusa Food Tour

    9. Tokyo: Tsukiji and Asakusa Food Tour

    Eat and shop like a Japanese local during this immersive, 3.5-hour, food-themed trip inside Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji Market. If you want to gain a sense for Japanese culinary culture, you couldn’t possibly start at a better place. You will meet up with your guide at Tsukiji Honganji Temple, just outside the market’s main gate in the morning. As you navigate your way through this labyrinth of all things seafood, learn from your guide about the market’s history, and why many of Japan’s top chefs visit here daily to pick up the freshest-quality ingredients. You never know what you might find as you stroll past the stalls of this amazing food center. You might see piles of sea urchin (uni) stacked neatly in boxes, watch as vendors carve massive bluefin tuna or spot puffer fish floating in tanks. The tour takes you to vibrant stores, selling the best quality foods at the outer market. You will...

  • Tokyo: Local Food Tour on Sunamachi Ginza Street

    10. Tokyo: Local Food Tour on Sunamachi Ginza Street

    Experience a local Japanese shopping street full of speciality shops and heart-warming people. Introducing one of the most energetic shopping streets in Tokyo - Sunamachi Ginza. Take a stroll and taste specialities straight from the Japanese local kitchen like fresh Tempura, Inari sushi, Yakitori with Sake and more! On this tour, you can taste a variety of delicious Japanese home-style foods and drinks. Enjoy this enriching opportunity to experience Japanese culture.

    Yukio Provided us with a very enjoyable tour he was very knowledgeable and extremely pleasant to deal with The one word that would best describe Yukio is that he is a gentleman We very much enjoyed his tour And would recommend anyone to take his tour

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Good value for money. We were very lucky to have an excellent full view of Mt Fuji the entire day. Among the places we went to Arakurayama Sengen Park was the best, Lake Kawaguchi came second, but it was a little too much time given to that place. Guide Ai was very polite; they provided disinfectant at the bus, which was very appropriate as I was a little nervous about going on a bus trip at the time of an outbreak. They changed the last stop to another village because the one on the original itinerary was temporarily closed. Overall it felt a little too long for such an easy tour, but I was satisfied thanks to great weather and perfect views of Mt Fuji.

Tour was fantastic! Naow was a great guide - informative, kind, great English, very helpful and went out of her way to ensure we enjoyed ourselves such as by being our personal photographer!! We were very lucky with the weather and had great views - would recommend checking the weather in advance to booking. Ps. At the lake, get bento boxes or the like from a 7 eleven and enjoy the views of the mountain whilst eating!! Better than the restaurant!

It was an amazing one day trip from Tokyo to see the places around Mt.Fuji. especially the view near lake Kawaguchiko was amazing. it was a clear sunny day for us and the view was really good. Our tour guide was really helpful in coordinating the whole trip and was really helpful in giving us lots of information during the entire trip.

This was a wonderful day trip with extraordinary sights of breathtaking Mt. Fugi. Even though our driver Was limited English speaking, (private van tour) he was kind and caring beyond belief.

The spots our guide took us to we're amazing. We took lots of pictures and hope to go back and see a few more.