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Vegan Ramen Tour

Vegan Ramen Tour

$130 / per person
(2 Reviews)

3 Hours
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  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable and light

Tour Plan


Trip Inclusions

  • 1 Full-Blown Ramen Lunch
  • 1 Japanese Snack
  •  1 Dessert
Please Note
  • Food costs and entry fees are covered
  • Guests can buy drinks at their own convenience

What we’ll do

  • Meet Hachiko – the famous symbol of Shibuya!
  • Indulge in the tastiest and most unique ramen in Tokyo! We guarantee lunch at this local hideaway is going to blow you away with flavors you’ve never tasted before.
  • Admire Japan’s incredibly exclusive department store fruit display (and depending on the season even square watermelons?)
  • Sample traditionally vegan Japanese snacks
  • Enjoy the very best bird-eye-view on world-famous Shibuya Crossing
  • Eat the most delish and pretty Vegan Harajuku-Style donuts in a secret back alley
  • Explore the hidden backstreets of Shibuya like a local and receive valuable tips on how to survive Japan as a Vegan!

What to bring

  • Curiosity, appetite and cash if you’d like to stock up on Vegan treats

What else you should know

  • This is a 3-hour walking tour with moderate ups and downs and a bit of stair climbing.
  • Please put on comfortable footwear and dress according to the weather 🙂
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  • Kevin K.

    What a pleasant experience! I took the vegan food tour in Shibuya with Jackie. This was my first time explicitly eating vegan. She was very knowledgable and accommodating, and made sure all the guests enjoyed themselves. Highly recommended.

    December 11, 2019 at 5:34 am
  • Spencer P

    Awesome tour of the Harajuku district with amazing local and authentic vegan ramen and sweets. We explored several places that we would have never found on our own. Finding vegan options in Tokyo is hard, but the tour helped us find our way. Our guide Jackie from Foodie Adventure Japan was down to earth, and it felt like we were hanging out with friends for the afternoon instead of being on a tour. We also learned a lot about the fashion and culture in the Harajuku district. The tour is available in other districts.

    February 11, 2020 at 7:55 am

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