Adachi Fish Market Tour
Tasting 6 Mini Bowls of Ramen at 3 Award-Winning Shops in Tokyo
Tsukiji and Toyosu Fish Market Tour
Retro Shibuya Food Tour
Saitama Sayama Tea Farm Tour
Shinjuku Izakaya Bar Hopping Tour
Tsukiji Fish Market and Sushi Making Tour
Sunamachi Ginza Street Food Tour
Asakusa Street Food and Drink Tour in the Evening
Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market Tour
Tokyo Ramen Tour with Frank
Shibuya Bar Hopping Food Tour
Izakaya Bar Hopping and Food Tour in Asakusa at Night
Nostalgic Food Tour in Tsukishima
Flavors of Japan Food Tour with Tea Tasting and Wagashi
Tokyo Old Town Food Tour in Yanaka Ginza
Ramen Tour in Tokyo by Local Ramen Expert Hiroshi
Tokyo Yakitori and Ramen Tour in Shinjuku
Ramen and Izakaya Tour in Shinjuku
Tokyo Ramen Tour with the Ramen Adventurer
Shinbashi Food Tour: Eat and Drink Like a Tokyo Salaryman
Morning Market: Tsukiji Fish Market Tour with Breakfast
Back to Edo: Sensoji and Asakusa Food Tour
Street Food Hunt in Shibuya
Golden Gai Food Tour in Shinjuku (Golden District)
Kawaii Food Tour in Harajuku
Tokyo is iconic for being modern, fast-paced, and fashionable, while retaining history-steeped Japanese traditions and culture. It’s no wonder the city is one of the most popular attractions in Japan. Tokyo is also a paradise for food lovers from all over the world and the home of a huge range of recognizable dishes, like sushi and ramen.
As a visitor, one of the best ways to explore and experience the food and drink culture is to attend food tours in the city. With an expert guide, you will feel like a local, and get a truly in-depth cultural experience. The food tour guides are amazing resources for historical information and cultural insights, such as proper etiquette.
There are a vast selection of food and drink tours in Tokyo, held both day and night. With so many options, it may be difficult to choose just one experience! For example,you can learn about the process of making tea and the different types of tea through the hands-on tea picking experience, or enjoy a stroll through trendy Harajuku and enjoy their adorable sweets and desserts along with a dose of wacky fashion.
There are also food tours that will introduce you to Tokyo’s nightlife, such as bars and pubs, so if you are interested in drinks rather than just food, you have many options. During the Shinjuku Izakaya Hopping Tour, for example, you will have the opportunity to taste drinks unique to Japan such as ume-shu (plum liquor) and Japanese whisky, and explore the best bars and pubs in the area.