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Asakusa Tour

Asakusa Tour

$120 / per person
(6 Reviews)

3 Hours
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Asakusa, Tokyo Japan
  • Departure Time
    11.30AM
  • Return Time
    2.30PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable and light

Tour Plan

1

Trip Inclusions

  • Three Hour Guided Tour by your Awesome Foodie Adventure Japan Tour Guide
  • 1 Lunch
  • 1 Drink
  •  2-3 Tokyo Delicacies
  • 1 Dessert
2

What we’ll do

  • Make a wish – the Japanese way! – at Tokyo’s # 1 must-see attraction – the famed and stunning Sensoji Temple
  • Savor a delicious and Japanese Lunch at a small restaurant in one of Asakusa’s tiny side streets
  • Enjoy an unobstructed bird’s eye view of the impressive Tokyo Sky Tree in full length, the gorgeous Sensoji Temple and its stunning 5-Story Pagoda
  • Learn interesting information about the area and what makes it special!
  • Sample lots of different traditionally Japanese snacks from small family-run shops – some even dating back to the 1950’s!
  • Extra Fun stuff: Rub a humongous straw sandal, take pictures of quirky Japnese plastic foods
  • Stroll Asakusa’s lesser-known backstreets
  • Finish the tour off with heavenly dessert!
3

What to bring

  • Curiosity, appetite and a camera of your choice to snap all the Kawaii foods! (A phone camera is enough.)
  • Cash for some shopping after our tour if you like.
  • Please wear comfy shoes and dress according to the weather.
4

What else you should know

  • All of the unique food items are included in the tour price.
  • Guests can buy additional drinks at their own convenience.
  • Looking forward to eating with you soon!
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  • Janina M.

    Gizem is the best of the best! What a sweet and fun soul
    � We enjoyed every bit of our tour in Asakusa. 100% recommendable! You’ll get to visit places people would not normally know about it

    Rating
    May 28, 2017 at 2:39 pm
  • Marianne S.

    What a wonderful afternoon and evening we had – beautiful sights, amazing food, honest and lovely conversations. Your personalized tour was in a very interesting and beautiful part of Tokyo, perfectly tailored to my gluten free requirements. Thank you for going out of your way to bring us the best experience and share so much of your knowledge with us. I loved the fabulous dinner party. When we left to go back to our hotel, it felt like we’d spent time with our best friends. I highly recommend anyone who visits Tokyo to book a foodie tour with Gizem!

    Rating
    December 1, 2017 at 4:57 am
  • Masha E.

    Gizem’s tour of Asakusa was such a highlight of my trip! She presented this usually very touristy area is such a different light, her tour was very unique! I got to learn about Japanese culture and traditions, try delicious gluten free treats from local artisans and take lots of fun pictures. Gizem was very attentive and knowledgeable. I would recommend her tours to anyone who wants to discover authentic part of Tokyo! Thank you Gizem!

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    April 4, 2018 at 2:27 pm
  • Merran F.

    My husband I spent a delightful day with Gizem enjoying the sights, sounds and tastes of Asakusa. Giz more than delivered on our request to focus on gluten-free options to enhance my enjoyment of such a beautiful country and amazing cuisine. Giz is personable, knowledgeable and incredibly thoughtful – she even had heat packs and hand towels to hand if needed. We can’t recommend Giz and Foodie Tours Japan highly enough and look forward to joining another tour on our next visit. 🇯🇵 🥘 💕

    Rating
    February 17, 2019 at 8:15 am
  • Alexander C.

    A very personalised and genuine experience, combined with delicious food and awesome cultural/historical spots that wouldn’t have been easy to find online. Thank you so much for a fun day!

    Rating
    June 18, 2019 at 7:58 am
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    February 8, 2020 at 9:25 pm

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