Shinjuku City
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  • Tokyo: Ramen Tasting Tour with Local Ramen Guru

    1. Tokyo: Ramen Tasting Tour with Local Ramen Guru

    At 3 award-winning ramen shops, sample 6 completely different mini bowls of delicious ramen. These are approximately 1/4 to 1/3 of the size of full ramen bowls, which allows you to eat a great variety of ramen on your tour. Choose 6 from a selection of 11 ramen mini bowls. Learn all about ramen, from its history to its preparation. Discover a different ramen topic at each of the shops, via colorful handouts and visuals.  The tour will take place in three unique Tokyo neighborhoods, including Shibuya. At shop 1 sample light fish ramen and learn about ramen origins and types. Head to a cozy little ramen shop with unique fish-based ramen that you would not find outside of Japan. At shop 2 savory curry ramen and learn about ramen preparation. Have perfectly balanced curry ramen with flavors that you will never forget. At shop 3 sample a fusion pork ramen and learn about ramen trends and the...

    Great tour guide with excellent English, very accommodating. Pleasure to work with. Highly recommend

  • Tokyo: Personalized Private Tour

    2. Tokyo: Personalized Private Tour

    Escape the restricted schedules and itineraries of organized group tours and see the sights of Tokyo that you want to see! Benefit from the services of a private guide and explore at a pace to suit you. Use the time to do some shopping with local recommendations, or visit monuments such as the Meiji Shrine. Venture into the pop fashion district of Harajyuku, or visit the oldest Sensoji temple in the temple. Get a feel for everyday life at the Fish Market, or head to the busy Shibuya shopping area. Discover some of the city's imperial palaces, gaze in awe at the Tokyo Sky Tree, or get panoramic views from the observation decks at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Explore the old town of Yanaka, discover the unique maid cafes of Akihabara, or drink a green tea after a stroll in Hamarikyu Garden. Go to the high-end shopping area of Ginza, join the locals at the Zojoji temple, se...

  • Tokyo: Shinjuku and Shibuya Night Photography Tour

    3. Tokyo: Shinjuku and Shibuya Night Photography Tour

    Explore the electric nighttime atmosphere of Tokyo during this 2.5-hour night photography tour. Learn from a professional photographer guide how to capture the light trails of traffic with the neon signs and of the vast metropolis in the background. Wander the neon-tinged streets of Tokyo’s Shinjuku and Shibuya, learning tips for composition, framing, and timing along the way. Wander through the neighborhoods of Shibuya and Shinjuku after dark, receive photography tips and insider knowledge from an expert guide. Explore the area of Kabukicho and Memory Lane. After getting your fill of colorful Shinjuku’s traffic and back alleys, journey by train to the nearby Shibuya where you'll end your journey at the famous scramble crossing.

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What people are saying about Shinjuku City

You will be hard pressed to ask a question that Frank will not be able to answer, he’s an incredible fountain of Ramen knowledge and the places he brought us were delicious. He has crafted a tasting experience that’s goes from exceptional to complex (in the best way possible). You will learn so much about Ramen your brain will be exploding as much as your gut, cause you’ll eat more Ramen then most people do in a week over a few hours. Highly recommend you do this.

Outstanding.

One of the highlights of our trip to Tokyo. My wife and I took this tour as we consider ourselves foodies and low level ramen enthusiasts....it did not disappoint. Franks passion for Ramen was infectious and is what separated this tour from other food tours we have done. The food selection was amazing and we most certainly did not leave hungry sampling 11 bowls between us over the three hours. Definitely recommend.

SUPER INTERESTING

Our guide Frank organized a great ramen tour with us (we were only lucky enough to be 2) in which we visited 3 different ram shops and each received the necessary information from ramen without going into theory too much Preparing no ramen yourself is well explained how to prepare it. A really successful, excellent, information-rich tour for absolute ramen fans or for those who want to become Mike & Vasco

Great food and fantastic guiding

Frank is an interesting guy that is very much into Ramen. He gave us good background story and told us about the basics of Ramen. We got to taste about ten different soups and felt that we got great value for money! Highly recommend!

Great tour guide with excellent English, very accommodating. Pleasure to work with. Highly recommend