Tokyo’s food culture is legendary and even surpasses Paris. But it’s hard to know where to begin with a city of such enormous magnitude. Which is why we composed this list of recommended Tokyo food tours so that you can easily enjoy the best culinary..
Kyoto is just as famous for its food as it is for geisha’s, temples and shrines. And what better way is there to experience the ancient capital by partaking in a locally held cooking lesson? Below we have listed 5 of the best cooking classes in Kyoto for you to enjoy.
The art of making sushi takes years to master. The basics doesn’t require such a demanding level of commitment because there are a number of one day sushi making classes held in Tokyo. They will teach you the basics so that you can impress family..
Okinawa has its fair share of breweries – most of which produce rum, habushu and awamori. Visiting Okinawan distilleries can be a great deal of fun. Not only are the tours free but you can also sample their products and buy your favorites directly from..
Green tea, which was first introduced to Japan one thousand years ago, is the most consumed beverage in the country. It was initially only enjoyed by the religious and elite classes of society but as tea cultivation..
Most people associate Japan with the more traditional sake and not whisky but in the last few years a number of Japanese distilleries began gaining the attention of international whisky connoisseurs.