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CULINARY JAPAN

14 Days from $255o

ANTHRO TOURS HIGHLIGHTS

  • Exploring the Fishing Culture Museum

  • Day Trip to a Reconstructed Feudal Japanese Farm

  • Walking the Stalls of Nishiki Market

Trip Type: Socio-Cultural, Gastronomy

Activity Level: Casual

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Days 1-5: Tokyo

After arriving in Japan, we'll spend our first full day with a visit to the Tobacco & Salt Museum before heading to Omoide Yokocho to enjoy its street food stalls.

 

We'll then spend our second full day at the Suntori Museum of Art to witness a traditional Tea Ceremony before heading to Kojo- a unique and eccentric coffee shop.

On our third full day in Toky, we'll get lunch at Harukur- an Ainu restaurant- before getting dinner from Chankonabe Shinzan- a restaurant owned and operated by a former sumo wrestler.

We'll then spend our last day in Tokyo visiting the Fishing Culture Museum to learn about the impact of fishing on Japanese cuisine before getting dinner from Sushiryori Inose- one of the best sushi restaurants in Tokyo.

Days 6-9: Osaka

After taking the train to Osaka, we'll head to the restaurant Chibo to get the famous Japanese pancake okonomiyaki.

Participants will then get a free day to explore the flavors , culture, and history of Osaka on their own.

We'll then spend our second full day in Osaka on a day trip to the Open Air Museum of Old Japanese Farm houses to learn about the history of farming in Japan.

For our final day in Osaka, we'll get lunch from the quietly tucked away restaurant of Shunsaiten Tsuchiya before getting dinner from the famous street food sushi stall Izakaya Toyo.

Days: 10-14: Kyoto

After taking the train to Kyoto, we'll spend the afternoon at Minatoya Yurei Kosodate-Ame Honpo- a supposedly haunted candy shop.

We'll then spend our first full day in Kyoto at the Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum to learn about the history of sake before heading to Cafe Takahashi.

For our second full day in Kyoto, we'll head to the historical Park of Tea and Uji Town to learn more about the history of tea in Japan before visiting the confectionery Ichimonjiya Wasuke.

We'll then spend our final day in Japan with a visit to Nishiki Market for our final meals in Japan.

Itineraries and daily schedules are subject to change. We expect to do everything listed in the itinerary, though the order may be rearranged based on weather or other local conditions.

Trip Information

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CULINARY JAPAN
Two Weeks Exploring the cuisine of Japan
14 Days from $255o

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