During your trip to Japan, you’re going to use Konbini, convenience stores, more than you expect. They are literally everywhere and they’re part of Japanese modern culture. For those coming to Japan for the first time, it may come as a surprise to hear that it’s quite common to get dinner from a convenience store.... View tour
How much do you know about Japanese sake? In Japanese, the word sake is actually used to indicate any type of alcoholic beverage. The alcoholic beverage made from rice that is usually referred to by foreigners as sake is called nihonshu. There is a wide variety of sake that is available with different tastes; this... View tour
Do you have a sweet tooth for chocolate Chocolate producers from all over the world join together at this chocolate festival to present their chocolate. There are workshops in addition to chocolate sampling. Click “Read More” for details to purchase a ticket.
What does it feel like to be at the center of the world? Well, find out at the Shibuya Scramble Crossing, the busiest pedestrian crossing in the world with an average of 2,500 people crossing every time the signal lights are green. Then, stop to say hello to the dog statue of Hachiko and get... View tour
Kaiseki cuisine is a traditional Japanese style cuisine that is usually served in high class restaurants or traditional ryokans. To fully enjoy this experience and avoid being in an embarrassing situation, it is important to be aware of Japanese table manners. Japanese meals usually consists of many small dishes which foreigners may not really be... View tour
We regret that all of our tours are currently suspended for August 2020. See you soon!