Night time in Asakusa can be serene with fewer tourists and more locals around — a perfect time to walk around the streets to eat appetizing foods and have a few drinks in between. Ready yourself as you get to mingle around with people and have a great time in this amazing evening Asakusa street food and drink tour. Learn all about the culture of sake (rice wine) in Japan and get to taste a delicious serving of it too! After that, explore the beauty that is Asakusa Sensoji Temple when it’s calmer and more peaceful at night. Visit a nearby izakaya where you can share drinks over conversations with the fellow tourists and end the tour at a monjayaki restaurant where you’ll get a taste of the famous savory pancake accompanied by another drink. This food and drink tour lets you experience that local vibe and engage with Japanese people and their popular kampai party.
Highlights of Asakusa Street Food and Drink Tour:
- Experience a delicious street food and drink tour in the streets of Asakusa
- Witness and explore the beauty of Asakusa Sensoji Temple in between the food and izakaya crawl
- Get to know more about the culinary culture of Japan and the beauty of Japanese food and drinks
Itinerary of Asakusa Street Food and Drink Tour:
- Meet up in front of Asakusa Information Center
- Learn and understand all about sake tasting
- Explore the atmospheric street of Asakusa
- Eat in an izakaya and try local food and drinks
- Eat at a monjayaki restaurant
- End the tour at Asakusa station
What is Included in the Price:
- A three-hour street food tour
- Food (menu below)
- Local food guide
- Japanese sake tasting (two different types of sake)
- Eat and drink at a local izakaya (1 drink and 2-3 dishes)
- Monjayaki restaurant (1 drink and a savory pancake
Minumum 2, maximum of 6 people. If you are a single traveler, please contact us.
Known as the center of Tokyo’s shitamachi (“low city”), Asakusa is a beautiful district in Tokyo where you will witness the beauty and nostalgia of the past. Its main attraction is the Sensoji Temple, which was built during the 7th century. Beside the temple is the popular Nakamise Shopping Street which provides visitors a dose of traditional local snacks and souvenirs right outside the temple. Asakusa is best explored on foot but if you would like to try another exciting option, you can consider booking a guided tour on a rickshaw.
Meeting Location and Meeting Time:
The meeting point is in front of Asakusa Information Center. Meeting time is at 4:45 pm. The event starts exactly at 5:00 pm and ends at 8:00 pm.
Address: 〒111-0034 Tokyo, 台東区Kaminarimon, 2 Chome−18−9
Special Notes from the Organizer:
- The food tour strictly starts on time. The tour will start regardless of the guests arrived during departure time (or later than that) and no refund shall be given. This is to fully make use of time and to guarantee that for every food stop, not only the guests will enjoy but our restaurant partners as well.
- Please notify us in advance if there are any food restrictions, preferences, and allergies e.g gluten allergy, vegetarian, vegan, etc.
- Minimum drinking age is 20 years and above in Japan. Alternative drinks will be served for participants who are 20 years and below.
- Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes because there will be a lot of walking.
- If you would like to join a Chinese speaking guide tour, please add a note in the order notes part on the payment page.