Our goal is to contribute to peace in the future, cultivating deeper mutual understanding by producing an opportunity to communicate with each other and to experience attractive or cultural activities in various places.
We all love traveling. So we understand tourists have many inconveniences in a foreign destination, how difficult to filter out the best things to do, and how important they make your travel great.
Sushi is the best popular food of Japan and Sushi restaurant is everywhere in the world nowadays.
However, a small number of people have had an experience of making sushi.
So our Tokyo Foodrink…
Shinjuku is the biggest drinking town in Tokyo. That's also the biggest business area, too. After work, many businessmen goes drinking with colleagues or business partners. So much variety of restaur…
Tsukiji is the world famous market called the kitchen of Tokyo.
Our food and drink Tour takes you to the vibrant stores selling the best quality foods at the outer market. You will eat various kinds o…
Sunamachi shopping street is a 670 meters long street located at a residential area of East Tokyo. You may think of Tokyo as a modern high tech city with full of busy people. However, here in Sunamac…
Tsukiji inner market has moved to Toyosu in October 2018, however Tsukiji outer market still offer many foods and ingredients. Professionals still visit Tsukiji to get the high-quality ingredients.&n…
Touring at night time Asakusa where are less tourists and more locals. Eat local foods and drink alcohol beverage as being mingled with the locals. First, taste Sake and learn about difference and Sa…
The biggest city in western Japan, Osaka, has been known as the "Nation's Kitchen" because of its incredible cuisine. The Kuromon Market has supported Osaka's food culture for many years. Some l…
Sushi is one of the most popular Japanese food for foreigners. It's easy to eat, but it can be difficult to make. During this tour, you can learn how to make sushi from a professional Sushi master. T…
Maybe you have seen a picture of a Bamboo grove in Japan once in your life. This is the highlight of Arashiyama, an area where ancient aristocrats had their villas more than 1,000 years ago. On this …
Gain a local introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour and cooking experience. Start at the deliciously vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' whe…
This is small-group guided tour of the city's best food spots Nishiki Market and exploring the Gion geisha district and Famous Fushimi Inari Shrine. Start at the deliciously 400-year-old Nishiki Mark…
Gain a riveting introduction to Kyoto’s food culture with this small-group guided tour. Begin with the vast 400-year-old Nishiki Market, nicknamed 'Kyoto's Kitchen,' where over 130 food shops and sta…
The guide was very informative, knowledgeable and extremely passionate about food and the culture which enhanced the Tour considerably It was a lovely morning
Guide Yoshi was very attentive and informative. Loved the Tsukiji market and wide variety of products. Sushi restaurant was memorable and offered delicious fresh food.
The tour of the market was great.... So much to see and exoeriance. The tour guide was knowledgeable and engaging. A fun trip for anyone interested in food or cooking, or Japanese culture.
Touring Tsukiji with our guide, Yuko, was a transformative experience. I just don't think we would have enjoyed or had the courage to try so much in this very alien environment without the local insight. That extended to getting to know everyone's wishes about food or shopping and making sure we were all satisfied. We only had 5 people in our group so it was an intimate, enjoyable experience. Getting out of Tsukiji as it reaches peak crowd to go to a posh sushi place in Ginza is a good move. The sushi class is in a lovely room with loads of Japanese atmosphere but the comfort of western chairs. My only two quibbles: this is more a sushi "assembly" than a sushi "making" class, you don't get much on how to select and cut the fish or how to make the rice, which is the really tricky stuff, and; you come together with other tours for the sushi making and each guide translates for his or her own group. While I admire the dedication to customer service, multiple English translations made for quite a distracting babble. It would be a better class if just one person translated, and the other guides concentrated on helping the students.
Our tour guide Yukio was fantastic! He picked great spots for us to try and he was very informative! Enjoyed the tour very much!
Thought it was very informed and great tips on Japanese culture around the fish markets with other information thrown in. Our guide seemed to have a good relationship with market stall holders which made them very helpful and accomodating. Loved the tour of the Tokyo fish markets.
Our tour guide, Mazda-San, was fantastic! She was knowledgeable, patient and fun. So glad we picked this tour over the many others offered. We got to see and TASTE so many interesting things. Great value. Highly recommend!
Super love our tour guide! She is so nice! The sushi chef is so funny and kind! I think i can make sushi now!
Delicious food, nice explanations and amazing guides. Thanks for the wonderful afternoon and good tips!
We had a great tour with Yeonmi. She was on time to meet us and kept us on track at both markets. Yeonmi had lots of detail to share and was able to answer all our questions about the markets as well as other general questions on Tokyo and Japan. We highly recommend this tour.
Our guide Yukio made all the difference. He took us on a culinary journey that allowed my 8 year old daughter and I to experience and truly appreciate traditional Japanese cuisine set in a very local context. We sampled a variety of food and sat down for a quick sip or two of sake. Thoroughly enjoyed our time together! Thank you very much!
We had an amazing cultural experience with Yuko at the Fish market who patiently gave us a good background on the market’s history and on the typical products/food. Fun class with our super friendly chef, definitely a good experience to learn the basic of sushi making (very basic). Highly recommend the combo tour market + sushi class.
A thoroughly recommended tour. Our guide, Lily, was enthusiastic and knowledgeable and introduced to a whole variety of new and interesting food experiences. The highlight as definitely getting invited onto the trading floor of the Toyosu market by one of the traders where lily bought the best tasting tuna I've ever had. I had no idea that Japanese food was so varied and interesting and I can now say that I have eaten grasshoppers! (delicious by the way). We finished with a lovely sushi lunch, sake included. Excellent value for money.
This is a must do when in Tokyo. Sushi making class was fantastic and our chef was awesome! Kiki our guide was wonderful and engaging. Highly recommend
I absolutely loved my food tour! Yokio was an excellent, knowledgeable guide and the food we tried was soo good! I loved the puffer fish sashimi and the sake with roasted puffer fish fin. And the eel restaurant was traditional and really special- I felt privileged to be in these local places in the company of a local. The Izakaya was great too - buzzy atmosphere and I was pleased to be able to try the local hoppy and some local snacks, including a vegetable I’d never heard of . Do this food tour - you won’t regret it!
The tour guide gave us a good introduction on the old Tsukiji gate and the Buddhism temple behind. The market tour was fun and we learn many new culinary items new to us. The free and purchased samples showed the wide variety of foods. The tuna sashimi and final sushi were heavenly.
Our guide was so friendly and accommodating. The tour was very informative and fun! I highly recommend it.
Our guide Tak was very friendly and knowledgeable. He showed us many different places and types of food, he is an amazing guide and lovely person. I recommend this guide to anyone interested in knowing a bit more about Japan's culture and culinary.
As a Chef, every time I travel to a country I need to do a course or food tour to learn about the native food and cooking. This one does both in an expectacular way. Tsukiji market is a great place to know a lot about food and ingredients used to make them. Our guide, Tak, was great from start to finish, always explaining interesting stuff about what we were seeing at the moment. Last but not least, the sushi making was a great experience to see first hand a experienced chef doing it, and learning every step. I cannot recommend this enough, if you're thinking about doing it, go for it! Extra tip: don't eat breakfast, you're gonna try a lot of stuff :)
This was an incredible, one of a kind experience. We have been all over Japan but this is the first time we had a guide and it was so worth it. The walk around the markets was so informative and the sushi making experience with the sushi master was a one of a kind experience. This experience is one of the best things we did in Japan - highly recommend it to any and all!!
It was great to see both markets! I liked the outside part of Tsukiji, but Toyosu is where the local chefs are. Very impressive! Highly recommended!
I can’t wait to try making sushi at home. The chef, the kitchen, the place and the people are first class! I fell in love to sushi even more. Got to make sushi on my own for the first time. It was so delicate to make from the preparation and in choosing the best fish and ingredients. So Yuko helped us tour to Tsukiji Fish Market and shared to us the best tips in choosing the best fish in making sushi. After making set of sushi, there was a small ceremony and I received a certificate. I appreciate it a lot and enjoyed the sushi I made. Much thanks! A great experience indeed!
The booking process was seamless. I decided to take the course less then 36 hours before it started and still got accepted. The class started with a 2-hour tour of the Tsukiji Fish Market. Having had no breakfast, I got my fill with all the samples being handed out downed by free cups of refreshingly cold matcha. We rode a cab to the heart of Ginza where the class were to be held. The restaurant was impressive, the chef-instructor was entertaining and I came up with a decent set of sushi. I thought that was all we had to eat for lunch but they gave us miso soup and tempura as well so it was a very filling lunch. Our guide Yuko was very informative and helpful throughout the process. At the end was a small ceremony for the awarding of certificates. Great experience, Cookly!
We really enjoyed the Tsukiji market tour and cooking Class. Our guide Tae was very nice and ready to answer all of our questions on the market and on Japanese culture. Cooking class very amusing. Recommended!!
Got our hands-on sushi making after explored the market which fulled of ingredients, got to know what it is and tasted some is the best experiences of Japan Trip! Recommended!
It was very interesting to explore the market with a local. She explained a lot about the products. The sushi class was diverted. It gives you an idea about how to make it.
It was a really awesome and unique experience. I had so much fun and learned how to make sushi! The guide was really nice and the food was great! This is a must do
The tour was straightforward and gave us insight to the going ona about Tsukiji Fish Market. The best part was having fun making fresh sushi with the chef!
Our tour with Kazu-san was fantastic. He was very polite and enthusiastic. He educated us not only about the fish market and its wares, but also on the dynamic and atmosphere of various sections of the market. I'm sure any guide could assemble the same knowledge that Kazu-san demonstrated, but his familiarity with the surrounding businesses and business owners made the tour more personal and interesting. Furthermore, he provided a variety of souvenirs for us to remember the trip by at none of our expense. Perhaps they were sponsored by the company or provided for in our fee, but his humble, courteous character and kindhearted, cheery attitude puts any doubt about his good intention to rest. A fantastic guide, one I'd love to travel with and get to know another time.