Street Food - Shibuya
$146.05 per guest
$146.05 per guest
Everyday (Mon – Sun) Meeting Time: 4:15pm Start Time 4:30 pm End Time 7:30 pm
The meeting point is in front of the green Information Bus (facing the Shibuya crossing) that is near the Hachiko statue. The nearest exit from Shibuya Station to the meeting point is the Hachiko Exit. You can copy and paste this address below to Google Maps or just search “Hachiko Square”
In this 3-hour Shibuya Food Tour you will not need a Shibuya map or Shibuya travel guide. We show our guests the delicious side of Shibuya, a place more known for being at the forefront of culture and fashion, and rarely known for its food. People always ask where to go in Shibuya. Of course there is the Shibuya crossing location and most people know that Shibuya is close to Harajuku but Shibuya restaurants either cater to tourists or they cater to the locals. We want to show our guests the places to go in Shibuya, the places the locals go, so the next time they visit they can do as a local does. Experience a part of Shibuya that no tourist will ever see on their own with the most delicious food only locals usually get to taste. Get the chance to try Kobe Beef or Wagyu beef skewer, Kansai Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, 7 kinds of sushi, and Taiyaki! Nestled in the back alleys, these places are unforgettable and an experience you wont want to miss.
We are located in Central Tokyo, the classes are only a 30 second walk from Azabujuban station and a 10 minute walk from the Tokyo Tower. There are two bus stops close to us, Azabujuban and Ninohashi. We are in a very convenient and accessible location.
I had an amazing experience with my host Naoko-sensei. She was patient, sincere, and knew so much about the Japanese culture and cuisine, that I learnt so much about Tokyo in this 3 hour session than I had expected. It was my first time learning to make sushi, and Naoko-sensei made the whole experience so much fun - she saved our Maki sushi from breaking apart with her skilled fingers, while encouraging us and making us feel so accomplished at the same time. By the end of the lesson, Naoki Sensei had us feeling like we too could become sushi chefs! She told us interesting secrets about the ingredients used in the Japanese cuisine, and how they affect the final taste. At the end of the session, we sat down to enjoy the fruits of our labor - the sushi. Over lunch, Naoko-sensei told us about her childhood, her family, and we exchanged travel stories - the conversations over delicious Japanese food made us feel like we had made a friend in a new city. Many thanks to Anne from Arigato for giving us this experience - a little a piece of Tokyo which we were allowed to bring home to our family and friends! Read more here: https://www.bonappetour.com/blog/sushi-making-with-naoko-san