Explore the beautiful flavors of Kyoto on this tour of Nishiki Market, Kyoto’s 400-year old. Get an excellent introduction to the cuisine of Kyoto as you enjoy food tastings of different local and seasonoal food unique to the area. Take a peek into the history and culture of Kyoto through various unique flavors, regional souvenirs, and insider stories you wouldn’t want to miss. Stop by a shrine with a rich history visited by many locals. The places we go around is wheelchair accessible.
Discover fascinating insights about Japanese culture on this small-group guided tour of the city’s best food spots.
Departure Point: In front of Lacoste KawaramachiStart Time(s): 10:00Duration: 3 hoursReturn Details: Karasuma areaIncluded:
- 3-hour walking food tour in the world-famous Nishiki Market.
- Visit family-owned shops and stalls to sample local and seasonal food.
- Fresh seafood, local snacks and tastings, and other specialty items are just a few things you will taste and learn about from your local guide.
- Explore the building blocks of what makes Japanese food special and why this historic cuisine has been given UNESCO World Heritage Status.
• Seasonal and regional lunch and food tastings at the market included
• Visit around 10 market vendors and taste the flavors of Kyoto
• Japanese tea included
• Shopping timePrice: ¥21,200 per personNot Included:
• Hotel pick up not included (can be arranged for an additional charge)
• Transportation costs
• Additional drinks or food (not included but possible to purchase at guest expense)Extra Details:
Days offered: Monday to Saturday (not available during National Holidays)
Minimum number of participants: 2
Maximum number of participants: 10Booking:
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