Nighttime Local Food and Drink Tour in Asakusa

Overview

Asakusa is one of the must-see spots in Tokyo. And while many tourists go to Asakusa during the crowded daytime, local people go out to Asakusa at night. You'll learn about local alcohol like beer, sake, and shochu, and try local Japanese foods!!

Highlights

  • Experience the bar culture at local bars and restaurants in Asakusa
  • Try different kinds of unique sake (traditional liquor in Japanese)
  • Explore the beautifully lit-up Asakusa Sensoji Temple between bar hopping
  • Learn Japanese culinary culture from our informative guide

Key Information

Important Information

- Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that the restaurant caters to any allergies. Please tell the tour guide if you have any food allergy. - Minimum drinking age is 20 years old in Japan. We will prepare alternative drinks for underage participants - This is a group tour - We will leave at 5:00 pm sharp, so please make sure to be there on time! - Please come with comfortable walking shoes as this tour is mainly a walking tour. - Minimum numbers apply (2 people). There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there is not enough passengers to meet requirements. Guest will be informed 3 days before the tour. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered full refund.

Description

Tour Asakusa in the night-time, when there are less tourists and more locals. Eat local foods and drink alcohol beverage with the locals. First, taste Japanese craft beer and Japanese rice wine in order to learn about sake culture in Japan. Then, stroll around the area that is the most popular touristic place in Tokyo. The night-time Sensoji temple is more calm and peaceful than in the busy daytime. This tour takes you to a Japanese Izakaya bar and a Monja-yaki pancake restaurant. Monja-yaki is an east Tokyoite's soul food! Let’s try their foods and enjoy the Japanese 'kampai' (cheers in Japanese) party!

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