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Sushi-making Experience
There are various kinds of sushi, but we will make 5 kinds thi time (Nigiri sushi, Tamagyaki-sushi, winding winding, manual winding, fine winding). Generally there are two kinds of hand grips (kotegaeshi/tategaeshi). I will make sushi by this method. Becuase my shop is a shop that last 100 years, I have inherited the technology you will experienced it. Let's grab it in a sushi craftmanship. And let's make goals that sushi can be made even if yo return home! Let me eat lunch together because I also hold a sushi for you. And if there is something you want to know abot sushi, I will gladly answer. Other things to note There's nothing special to prepare. Please come with casual clothes.
Personal Photographer & Guide in Tokyo
★Ongoing Promos★ -Stay tuned! I will show you guys the visuals of Shibuya, the views you can get of the Crossing from above. Off the beaten paths spots and major tourist spots you shouldn't miss. After that we will move to Shinjuku via the JR Yamanote Line (12 minute train ride) and show you the gritty side of Tokyo, showing you the tiniest of alleys and the main night-life spot. The tour/photoshoot is going to be around 2-3 hours. I will be providing you with 25-40 high resolution photos, post processed and ready to share to your friends and family. ★Disclaimer: The experience is not a private session unless you book for one!★
Shibuya Stray Cat
Visit a few iconic staples of Shibuya's nightlife scene. We'll start at "Vive La Vie" which is a hidden restaurant/bar, ran by a former photographer Michiko who turned chef started it 15 years ago. Then move on to the watering holes of drunks' alley ( called "Nonbei-Yokocho" ), an area with more than 30 bars to toast with local drunks. If we still are full on, we could hit a bar "Point 66", which is owned by Mr. Maezono a.k.a Mar-chan who has created a legendary "328" in Nishi-Azabu, very first club in Tokyo in 1979, or "Bubbles" which is a hideaway in Shibuya's secret district Maruyama-cho. See how it goes... Other things to note You probably shouldn't be a hangover...
From market to meal
I'm excited to take you to one of the “Shibuya-style” supermarkets. I show you and explain seasonal produce, Japanese seasonings, and pantry items in Japanese kitchen. From this part of the experience, I'd like my guests to discover what Japanese eat everyday, and the fundamental ingredients of Japanese cuisine. And more, I hope that from this experience of visiting a market with me is a chance to see how Japanese food market is presenting products, how Tokyo locals shop, and the “food culture” behind the products. After visiting the market, we move to my cooking studio by taking a train two stops from Shibuya or 15 to 20 minutes walking depending on the weather. Class menu changes slightly with seasonal vegetables, but the menu in this experience is always Japanese home cooking. I want my guests to learn where is “umami” comes from and how to create it. The menu includes karaage, onigiri, tamagoyaki, wagyu roast beef, pickles, miso soup, black sesame ice cream with mochi, and yuzu-sake or tea. Menu can be vegetarian or vegan; let me know in advance for your dietary needs.
Ramen making with a chef
We will be meeting in my cooking studio in a residential area of Shibuya. Let’s have tea and get to know cooking partners before we start cooking. Everyone gets aprons and if the class is small, everyone gets a cutting board and knife. When there are more than 5 guests in a class, we will work in a team. Each step is followed by my short demo with explanation of ingredients or techniques. Soup recipe is made for home cooking purposes, we will cook it all from scratch and cooking will be done in about two hours. As much cooking as possible is done with hands-one: ramen broth, tare, chashu, and gyoza holding (skins are thick and soft store bought type). The goal for this class is to grasp that ramen consists of three important ingredients: flavorful stock, tare (seasonings), and fat. I’ll share my recipe, but after taking this class, I hope guests are able to make their own style of ramen, like each ramen shop has their own creative flavors, choices of toppings, and noodles. And, I will share a few essential tricks to make amazing gyoza that you will love. Flavorful and fun texture w/ lotus roots filling we use, and how to fry perfect crispy “Gyoza tart!” This is a fantastic way to cook with your friends and family in your kitchen! Welcome you all to my kitchen! Other things to note Vegetarian option is available in this class.

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Tokyo Ramen Tasting Tour - 6 Mini Bowls
At three award-winning ramen shops you'll sample 6 completely different, MINI BOWLS of delicious ramen. These tour-exclusive mini bowls are about 1/4 to 1/3 the size of full ramen bowls. In other words, you'll be able to eat a great variety of ramen! This tour has won multiple awards - in 2020 being named one of Trip Advisor's top 20 tours (in all of Japan) and the "top food tour in Tokyo" by the Japanese government (Eat! Meet! Japan 2020 initiative). You'll get to choose your 6 ramen (from 12 choices). You'll also learn all about ramen throughout the tour - from its history to its preparation. We'll cover a different ramen topic at each of the shops, via colorful handouts and visuals. SHOP 1: Classic Hokkaido Ramen / Topic: Ramen Origins SHOP 2: Fusion Pork Ramen / Topic: Definition of Ramen SHOP 3: Savory Curry Ramen / Topic: Ramen Trends, Future * Please note that the ramen broth at each shop includes meat. Other things to note Please have ¥350 ready for train tickets (not including the fare back, after the tour).
Wagyu & Sake pairing in Shinjuku 
We will welcome you into our own restaurant with some unique Japanese drinks as an aperitif while we talk about sake and wagyu, explaining the history, relevance, and regional differences between them. Then we will move onto the wagyu full-course meal. We source different types of wagyu from many regions in Japan, and we will serve you the best cuts available in the market for the experience date. You'll get to try traditional & authentic styles of preparation as well as some more modern dishes, along with some delicious appetizers and dessert. For each wagyu dish, we will serve you Japanese craft sake prepared in a different way. Some of them are our original cocktails specifically designed to be paired with wagyu. Example of the wagyu full-course dinner menu: Two kinds of appetizers Grilled wagyu beef tongue - original sake cocktail Wagyu chuck flap tataki - warm sake Seasonal salad Wagyu sirloin steak - nigori Wagyu chuck hotpot - unpasteurized sake Wagyu dashi udon Dessert - sake with a surprise It is not our goal to overfeed you but to serve you high quality of wagyu in many ways. We understand the price of this experience is higher compared to others, but it is a function of how much real wagyu and good craft sake cost. Other things to note Please let me know if you have any food restrictions in advance.
Shinjuku life after 5-Foods & Drinks
Please find out this tour on Instagram ID #gentle_yoshi. I will take you to the best Izakaya (Japanese restaurants and bars) or standing bar or Chicken skewer bar which sits in Shinjuku which is such a big city. Most locals patronize these places. They serve terrifically delicious Japanese dishes washed down with beer, Japanese sake and/or other booze. Then we will walk you through the red-light district called Kabuki-cho in Japanese, which is one of the biggest areas here, and witness the actual night life of Japan. And to cap off the tour, we will be going to the bar district where there are over 200 bars to go around in this area which is famous for its time-period sub cultures located in buildings that elicits the time-period themes portrayed. We will visit one to two bars.And you can continue the bar hopping after the tour to explore the rest of the 200 bars! So, what are you waiting for! Let’s go and meet a lot of colorful and exciting people. These are the best places to enjoy your night life in Shinjuku! Other things to note We will walk a lot. Please wear comfortable shoes. The minimum drinking age in Japan is 20 years old. Please let me know if you have food restrictions beforehand.
Tasting All Types of Sake with seminar
Let's meet up at the exit of Shinjuku-sanchome station and heading to a sake bar together. As soon as we arrive the sake bar, I will serve you ALL DIFFERENT types of sake ( i.e. Sparkling, Cloudy, Yamahai, Unpasteurised sake or anything like that!!) Let's get started to have a taste of sake and tell you my impression and then, explain about what the differences of each sake is. Also, I'm going to tell you about which type of sake is good for warm, cold or room temperature and explain the meaning of what are written on the label of a bottle, which makes you understand sake type and taste much more! I hand in a basic sake document, so you can review this whenever you like! I give you a hint of which sake is good for eating a different type of Japanese foods. I really hope you have fun drinking sake and knowing a bit more Japanese traditional drinks! After finishing a taste of sake, I can take you to "Eat/Drink Like A LOCAL - Tavern & Ramen" Tour in Ueno if you like to join another tour! I have received 1,300+reviews for this so far! It will finish at 18:00 Let's have more fun in a popular town for Japanese businessmen! Other things to note: Please arrive at the station a bit earlier just in case you get lost. Please eat a bit of food before you join the tour. Otherwise, you will be drunk quickly.
Sake tasting in the 300 year-old Brewery
In this experience, I will take you inside of 300 years old Brewery to show you the history and culture which is extremely unique compared to wine production, and also we will taste different Sakes (I will keep bringing Sakes until you say stop haha) so you will hopefully find THE ONE to turn you into the Sake Fanatic. In addition, the location we drink has breathtaking rick beautiful nature, and you will be surprised by another face of Tokyo!! Sake, Japanese Rice Wine, is very unique Japanese traditional liquor like no other in the world. Now I am a very much of fanatic & enjoy it little more than I should lol. I am proud Sake fanatic now but, to be honest, my first Sake experience was not that great. In the USA college year, many many shots of hot sakes and sake-bombs were enough for me to think Sake wasn't for me. My opinion was completely overturned when I was introduced to GREAT SAKE in Japan. It was very fragrant & fruity. Easy to drink & flowery in the aftertaste. This experience made me very passionate about sharing Sake experience with my friends who already like/love sake and want to taste more, and also for those who may have had a rough start like I did. lol Other things to note It would be great if you could let me know your preference of alcohol (Dry/Sweet, Acidic/not-Acidic, to feel the alcohol/easy to drink etc.) in advance so I can think about what to choose!

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Tokyo Kimono Guide Tour / Photo Session
Instagram "TOKYOKIMONOGUIDETOUR https://www.instagram.com/tokyokimonoguidetour "Original tour :9:30 am-1:30 pm / 4 hours I will take a lot of pictures of you taken by my DSLR camera (SONYα6400、Single focus lens) and give you all of them at the end of the tour by smartphone or Google photo. Let’s brag about yourself in SNS! ◆Day Schedule◆ 【9:30 am】 Meet at Nezu station (C14 / Chiyoda Line Tokyo Metro) 【9:35】Welcome to my house! It takes about 30 seconds from the station to my home. Greeting and choose a kimono from my collection. I will help you to choose and get you dressed in. 【10:30】After wearing kimonos, I take you to the Nezu shrine first to have a photo shooting! The Nezu shirine is one of Japan's oldest shrines, and certainly one of its most attractive.  Nezu Shrine is set in lush greenery, with ponds of carp, pathways that are tunnels of small shrine arches, and elegant, beautifully colored, wooden structures that reflect Japanese culture in all its age and beauty. 【11:30】After the photo shooting, I will take you on a local tour associated with the season. Ex. Yanaka Ginza shopping street, Nezu shrine, Ueno Park by bus, summer festivals our neighbors, Please enjoy four seasons in Japan! 【1:30 pm】 End of the tour and we will help you to take of your kimono! Other things to note Your reservation will be canceled if you are late more than 30 minutes. Because it causes trouble the other guests. Kimono are available on a first come, first severed basis.
Hike Totoro's World in the Country!
Nature in Japan is very rich in the world. Japanese people have traditionally lived together with nature. For example, various materials such as foods, daily necessities and buildings have been obtained from forest nearby. Even today you can see such life when you go to the countryside. In this experience, we will hike in the country village where is a model for the movie "My Neighbor Totoro". In spite of easy access from central Tokyo, it is not developed urban and leaves the country atmosphere. The local people are still living in the traditional way. So there you can see typical traditional life, rice fields, farmlands, forests, shrines, temples and old Japanese style houses as in the movie. We will also visit a tea farmer's house where they provide you a real Japanese green tea since this area is one of the top tea producing areas in Japan. There is no such a nice and enjoyable area to taste the Japanese countryside near Tokyo. During our hike, I will explain about the wild animals and plants, and how they relate to Japanese culture and history as well. *Note: This tour will open only by your group request more than 4 people since the host had moved out from Tokyo. Please contact the host!
Brush and Ink, Japanese calligraphy
We will gather together to learn the art of Shodo–Japanese calligraphy. We can study the most popular Japanese characters using Fude (brush), Sumi (Indian ink), also we can study Japanese Do's and Don'ts at the same time. We can talk and discuss our today's work after our lesson, over cookies and tea. You could say that it was the most impressive and memorable experience on your trip.
Learn ink wash painting with an artist
“The answer is inside of you” All materials are provided. Beginners are welcomed. Lesson— We’ll learn basic techniques, how to paint Bamboo and Mt.Fuji etc, explanations for each material.You finish work on a fine paper square board to take back. If you have particular motifs to learn, let me know. Let's try it too. --What is “white space”? Let’s study the idea of “white space”. This lesson includes historical art guidance too. --Why the ink makes us feel this much peace? Please come to experience it and get relaxed! :) --How to know the answer? This class is not only for techniques but entire world of ink painting. Open your heart! --Is child OK? I’ve seen children performed well.I prepare text for children in each level. I hope you get skills back to your home and share your story of this experience. --How to continue? Visiting shops in Tokyo will be an another fun/Fine materials offered at reasonable price.Please ask. I hope your trip to Japan be a happy one. Please get a lot of inspiration through art and open new door in your life! If you would like a lesson at another time or date, please contact me. I am happy to oblige and am flexible. -Tomoko Other things to note Please note that the ink can be difficult to remove, so be sure to wear clothing you don’t mind getting stained. "Samue(=worker's kimono)"is available to use to cover up your dress.
Tea ceremony in a private home
First at all you can wear a Kimono( Japanese Traditional Cloth) and join the experience.All guests can learn the etiquette and spritual attitude from ancient times which Japanese had inherited. "The Way of Tea" is the teachings to make your mind pure and settled. You can learn how to enjoy the sweets and matcha powdered green tea. After the lesson, you will be able to make tea for yourself relaxation and for your family when you go back to your own house. Other things to note Please bring socks if it possible. Let’s enjoy precious moments!

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Sushi-making Experience
There are various kinds of sushi, but we will make 5 kinds thi time (Nigiri sushi, Tamagyaki-sushi, winding winding, manual winding, fine winding). Generally there are two kinds of hand grips (kotegaeshi/tategaeshi). I will make sushi by this method. Becuase my shop is a shop that last 100 years, I have inherited the technology you will experienced it. Let's grab it in a sushi craftmanship. And let's make goals that sushi can be made even if yo return home! Let me eat lunch together because I also hold a sushi for you. And if there is something you want to know abot sushi, I will gladly answer. Other things to note There's nothing special to prepare. Please come with casual clothes.
Personal Photographer & Guide in Tokyo
★Ongoing Promos★ -Stay tuned! I will show you guys the visuals of Shibuya, the views you can get of the Crossing from above. Off the beaten paths spots and major tourist spots you shouldn't miss. After that we will move to Shinjuku via the JR Yamanote Line (12 minute train ride) and show you the gritty side of Tokyo, showing you the tiniest of alleys and the main night-life spot. The tour/photoshoot is going to be around 2-3 hours. I will be providing you with 25-40 high resolution photos, post processed and ready to share to your friends and family. ★Disclaimer: The experience is not a private session unless you book for one!★
Become a Local in Tokyo
You can experience what it feels like being a local in Tokyo! I can tell you what it's like working/living here. Show me your itinerary, I'll give you advice! Once we gather, I'll first give you a quick guide around Shibuya Station, one of the busiest stations in the world! (Around 1-1.5hrs) After, we will go to an izakaya where you can experience a variety of Japanese food. There, we'll get several Japanese dishes and some drinks. You'll be able to choose from a variety of options, including yakitori(grilled chicken), kushiyaki(fried meat, vegetables, etc.), cooked rice, and more. (Around 2-2.5hrs) I'll give you advice on your itinerary, tips in Japan, anything to make your time in Japan a more memorable one. I hope all the guests here can become friends! The price includes all the food and drinks. For details please look below. Other things to note If you have any food allergies, please tell me in advance. Depending on the allergy, your options can be limited since Japanese dishes use various ingredients. We will eat meat/fish but if your are a vegetarian/pescatarian, I'll try my best to arrange the order.
Shibuya Stray Cat
Visit a few iconic staples of Shibuya's nightlife scene. We'll start at "Vive La Vie" which is a hidden restaurant/bar, ran by a former photographer Michiko who turned chef started it 15 years ago. Then move on to the watering holes of drunks' alley ( called "Nonbei-Yokocho" ), an area with more than 30 bars to toast with local drunks. If we still are full on, we could hit a bar "Point 66", which is owned by Mr. Maezono a.k.a Mar-chan who has created a legendary "328" in Nishi-Azabu, very first club in Tokyo in 1979, or "Bubbles" which is a hideaway in Shibuya's secret district Maruyama-cho. See how it goes... Other things to note You probably shouldn't be a hangover...
From market to meal
I'm excited to take you to one of the “Shibuya-style” supermarkets. I show you and explain seasonal produce, Japanese seasonings, and pantry items in Japanese kitchen. From this part of the experience, I'd like my guests to discover what Japanese eat everyday, and the fundamental ingredients of Japanese cuisine. And more, I hope that from this experience of visiting a market with me is a chance to see how Japanese food market is presenting products, how Tokyo locals shop, and the “food culture” behind the products. After visiting the market, we move to my cooking studio by taking a train two stops from Shibuya or 15 to 20 minutes walking depending on the weather. Class menu changes slightly with seasonal vegetables, but the menu in this experience is always Japanese home cooking. I want my guests to learn where is “umami” comes from and how to create it. The menu includes karaage, onigiri, tamagoyaki, wagyu roast beef, pickles, miso soup, black sesame ice cream with mochi, and yuzu-sake or tea. Menu can be vegetarian or vegan; let me know in advance for your dietary needs.
Ramen making with a chef
We will be meeting in my cooking studio in a residential area of Shibuya. Let’s have tea and get to know cooking partners before we start cooking. Everyone gets aprons and if the class is small, everyone gets a cutting board and knife. When there are more than 5 guests in a class, we will work in a team. Each step is followed by my short demo with explanation of ingredients or techniques. Soup recipe is made for home cooking purposes, we will cook it all from scratch and cooking will be done in about two hours. As much cooking as possible is done with hands-one: ramen broth, tare, chashu, and gyoza holding (skins are thick and soft store bought type). The goal for this class is to grasp that ramen consists of three important ingredients: flavorful stock, tare (seasonings), and fat. I’ll share my recipe, but after taking this class, I hope guests are able to make their own style of ramen, like each ramen shop has their own creative flavors, choices of toppings, and noodles. And, I will share a few essential tricks to make amazing gyoza that you will love. Flavorful and fun texture w/ lotus roots filling we use, and how to fry perfect crispy “Gyoza tart!” This is a fantastic way to cook with your friends and family in your kitchen! Welcome you all to my kitchen! Other things to note Vegetarian option is available in this class.
Tokyo Kimono Guide Tour / Photo Session
Instagram "TOKYOKIMONOGUIDETOUR https://www.instagram.com/tokyokimonoguidetour "Original tour :9:30 am-1:30 pm / 4 hours I will take a lot of pictures of you taken by my DSLR camera (SONYα6400、Single focus lens) and give you all of them at the end of the tour by smartphone or Google photo. Let’s brag about yourself in SNS! ◆Day Schedule◆ 【9:30 am】 Meet at Nezu station (C14 / Chiyoda Line Tokyo Metro) 【9:35】Welcome to my house! It takes about 30 seconds from the station to my home. Greeting and choose a kimono from my collection. I will help you to choose and get you dressed in. 【10:30】After wearing kimonos, I take you to the Nezu shrine first to have a photo shooting! The Nezu shirine is one of Japan's oldest shrines, and certainly one of its most attractive.  Nezu Shrine is set in lush greenery, with ponds of carp, pathways that are tunnels of small shrine arches, and elegant, beautifully colored, wooden structures that reflect Japanese culture in all its age and beauty. 【11:30】After the photo shooting, I will take you on a local tour associated with the season. Ex. Yanaka Ginza shopping street, Nezu shrine, Ueno Park by bus, summer festivals our neighbors, Please enjoy four seasons in Japan! 【1:30 pm】 End of the tour and we will help you to take of your kimono! Other things to note Your reservation will be canceled if you are late more than 30 minutes. Because it causes trouble the other guests. Kimono are available on a first come, first severed basis.
Izakaya Food Tour in Shinjuku
We will explore the greater part of Shinjuku, the busiest area in Tokyo to show you popular spots as well as hidden gems. We'll have a couple of bites during the city walk. We'll then head to two izakaya restaurants that are popular among the locals. Places we visit range from modern to traditional, and if you are looking to try just ramen and sushi, this might not be the right one for you. Throughout the evening, we’ll taste different Japanese foods and drinks, learn about our pub food culture and history, and spend time with other foodies. Also, we offer a fun sake tasting session where we will try 5+ different craft & seasonal sake at our own sake bar in Shinjuku before the tour while it is optional. Other things to note We will walk a lot! Wear comfortable shoes and come hungry. Let me know if you have food restrictions beforehand. Also, the maximum number of guest is 10, including people from other platforms.
Tokyo Night Life Experience Walk in Shinjuku
During this Shinjuku nightlife experience walking tour, you will experience the craziest part of Tokyo nightlife and the Japanese drinking culture. You will get know about the how nightlife in Japan works, and see the red lights district in Tokyo. Also, I will tell where to visit for the best food restaurants and bars.
Explore quaint areas outside the city
We'll visit areas west of Tokyo by hopping on the very compact local train. You'll be able to see the real lives of the residents in addition to some popular tourist sites, such as the birthplace of the iconic lucky cat, maneki-neko, a peaceful shrine, and charming local shopping streets whose air is blended with old and new. You can also enjoy delicious local foods and sweets. Even though I'm a professional Japanese guide, I still always get excited when I visit this area. These areas are exactly the place where you need a tour guide to make the most of the affluent pleasures in these jewel box communities. I'll serve you a few street foods, such as croquette, and local sweet. The last destination is Sangenjaya. We will go up to a lookout deck commanding nice view. This tour is much fun, profitable and tasty tour! Other things to note We walk a lot, so please wear comfortable shoes. And I'll serve you a few street foods, but not including enough foods, like lunch.
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