Spend an evening exploring the food and local stories of this hidden gem at the base of Mt. Fuji. Have a chance to create an original cocktail or mocktail using Japanese spirits. You will visit 4 food stops and you can try delicious foods special to the area.
Tokyo is the capital city where blazing hyperactive neon lights meet the ancient Zen traditions that define Japanese culture. With a population of almost 35.000 million people, it is considered one of the biggest metropolises on the planet. Perfectly balanced, where its heart has a technological pulse and its soul radiates its ancient past, travelers have an infinity of choices to choose from when visiting this city. Its traditional core lies in the Asakusa district, where old Buddhist temples and shrines echo Tokyo's spirituality. The district's iconic and most ancient building is the Senso-ji temple, visited daily by thousands of people. Visitors should also take a stroll down Nakamise Dori, a market street next to Asakusa, for souvenirs and delicious food. For hip neighborhoods and chilled out vibes, travelers should head over to the Harajuku district and Yoyogi park to enjoy local laid-back experiences. Moving on to the more modern side of the city, the Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower and Shibuya district are a must-see to embrace the city's modern atmosphere and high-level shopping. For a more family and youth-oriented atmosphere, Tokyo Disneyland and the Akihabara Electric Town, an area packed with anime, video-gamed and neon themed activities are a must when visiting this city. If travelers instead want to experience fun nights out, entertainment and dining then the Shinjuku neighborhood is perfect for these moments that will last a lifetime. Last but not least, Tokyo is one of the culinary capitals of the world, where you can virtually have any kind of Japanese dish, be it street-food or a more "top-notch" dining experience.