If you are visiting Tokyo and you’d like to experience something unique, I personally recommend Arigato Japan’s workshops & food tours. I got to know about this company because of Jamie, who is also working for Arigato Japan.
(Disclosure: I was not paid to post / promote them but they let us experience everything for free. ^^)
I’ve been wanting to know how to make these kawaii maki rolls.. and finally, I understood the concept! Lololol
Flower sushi / maki & my temari sushi rolls!
With Justin & Kat!
After the fun afternoon, we were offered to join the night food tour at Yurakucho.
Just when you thought you were already full enough… your tummy then cooperates and makes space lololol.
I’ve been here in Japan for almost 5 years and I cannot believe that I have not been here. *_*
Thanks to our wonderful guide, I discovered a lot of food spots in Yurakucho!
- 3-hour walking tour of Yurakucho and Ginza
- Visit various eateries well known to Japanese that few foreigners know
- Enjoy Japanese cuisine such as Yakitori (grilled skewers with meat and veggies), Wagashi (Japanese Dessert) and other unique local food
- Explore different kinds of Japanese sake, Shochu (distilled spirit with an alcohol content of 20-40%), Highballs (Carbonated drink made of whiskey and soda water), Umeshu (Japanese Plum Wine) and other refreshing Japanese Beers
- Tours are limited to 12 people
- 2 complimentary drinks included
Omg, now I’m craving for theseeee!
I enjoyed taking photographs while walking too! 🙂
And we all headed home with big smiles on our faces and.. bloated tummies, haha!