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This three hour tour in Tokyo is limited to 12 people so you’ll have a personalized experience.
You’ll greet your guide and walk to Yakitori Alley which holds many informal restaurants. Try yakitori (tasty grilled chicken skewers) and wash it down with beer or saki. On this tour you will go to places you would never have found if you don’t speak Japanese. You’ll then stroll over to Monja Street and sample monjayaki, a pan fried pancake. Learn about the origins of this and other Japanese favorites. Next is Ginza, a district filled with confectionery shops. Your guide will tell you about the wide variety of Japanese sweets and then you’ll sample a sweet. Finally, your tour ends at a local pub. It is great if you can take this tour early in your visit so you can revisit the restaurants or try others in the neighborhoods.
You can pay as much as $110 on other websites, but if you book it through Viator, you can save.