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Top 5 Best Tokyo Food Tours: From Tsukiji Market to Izakayas, a Feast for Foodies


Tokyo is a heaven for foodies, blessing you with diverse street food, abundant international cuisine, and vibrant traditional delicacies.


Tokyo’s massive appeal to gourmands from around the world is not without reason. It is home to so many incredible restaurants that cater to different kinds of tastes, from Michelin restaurants to hole-in-the-wall eateries.


If you are looking for Tokyo food tours to help you get the best foodie experience in Tokyo, check out our list of recommended tours:


1. Tokyo Fish Market Tour

Tsukiji Fish Market (the old location) has been the go-to place for many market tours in Tokyo. It used to be the largest fish market in Japan before it was moved to Toyosu Fish Market. Although the old market is no more, it is still home to so many restaurants and food stalls where you can sample the best and freshest seafood in Tokyo, including sushi, sashimi, takoyaki, and tempura. Check out our Tsukiji Fish Market Food Tour to experience this!



2. Tokyo Pub Crawl

Japan’s unique pub culture is something you should learn and experience. In Omoide Yokocho in Shinjuku, you will find hundreds of izakaya, or traditional pubs, and hole-in-the-wall food shops cramped in narrow alleyways. From yakitori to sake, you can binge on a wide selection of Japanese delicacies and alcoholic drinks. Many pub crawls in Tokyo take place in Omoide Yokocho.



3. Tokyo Street Food Tour

Street food tours in Tokyo give you a great opportunity to experience the city's vibrant culinary scene and discover a wide range of delicious flavors. These tours typically take you through bustling neighborhoods, food markets, and hidden alleyways, where you can sample various street foods while learning about their history and cultural significance. The best street food tours in Tokyo will take you to Tsukiji Market, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Asakusa, and Yanaka.



4. Tokyo Tuna Cutting Show Tour

Tuna holds significant popularity in Japanese dishes for several reasons. The abundance of seafood, including tuna, makes the meaty fish a staple in every Japanese household. That’s why you see a lot of Japanese dishes are based on tuna, including sushi and sashimi. If you want to learn more about tuna’s history and significance to Japanese people, check out our Tokyo Tuna Cutting Show Tours where you also get to taste fresh sushi with sake.



5. Shibuya Food Tour

Shibuya is one of the most popular districts in Tokyo, and it is known for its vibrant nightlife, trendy fashion, and iconic crosswalk. The Shibuya Crossing is one of the busiest crosswalks in the world, and it is a must-see for any visitor to Tokyo. And of course, Shibuya is home to so many good restaurants and food shops. Many food tours in Tokyo run around Shibuya to bring you to the best it offers.



All in all, one of the best ways to enjoy Tokyo’s food in a short span of time is to join food tours. They will bring you to the best food places and learn more about the dish and place from a local’s perspective.

 

Looking for the best food tour in Tokyo? Come join us at our Tsukiji Fish Market Walking Food Tour where we bring you around the best food spots at Tsukiji Market and feast on various delicious dishes.


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