Tokyo Sake Evening - Private Tour


Tour Number

Activity Level



Local Experience, Food and Wine, City, After Dark


Kid Friendly: No. As this tour includes the sake tasting, I cannot recommend this for a family with minors.

Friendly: No.

Maximum travelers: 5



English (fluent), Japanese (fluent)

Visiting Asakusa and Shibuya

In this tour, you can see the oldest temple in Tokyo, the most famous intersection, then we go to a high-class supermarket to buy some food and bring it to a STANDING sake bar where you can try more than 70 kinds of different sake!


16:00 Meet at your hotel
16:30 Visit Sensoji-temple
18:00 Fresh food shopping for sake tasting (*we can bring our own food there)
18:30 Sake tasting
20:00 Tour ends
(*It's all-you-can-drink for 3, 240 yen and it opens until 23:00 so if you wish to stay there, Kumi will leave you there. )

Meeting Point + Tour Duration

Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel

End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel

Duration: 4 hours

*This tour ends at the sake bar in Shibuya at 8pm. I will precisely show you how to get back to your hotel or arrange a taxi for you. You can stay at the bar until 11pm even after I leave the bar. The bar owner speaks English.


Subway and trains

*You could take a taxi if you prefer it.
*If you'd like me to arrange a car service, I'll give you the quote.

What’s Included

Other: - 4 hours of joyful and professional guiding
- Guide's food & drinks
- Guide's transportation
- A mini Japanese lesson for traveling (if you're interested in languages)

Estimated Local Cash Needed

5000 JPY - *The following prices are per person.
Subway: approx. 600-800 yen depending on your hotel location
Food shopping: approx. 1,000-2,000 yen, but if you buy expensive sashimi etc. it will be much more expensive
Sake tasting: 3,240 yen (more than 70 kinds, all-you-can-drink, until 11pm)

What’s Extra

Other: - Subway: approx. 600-800 yen depending on your hotel location
- Your food
- Sake tasting: 3,240 yen (more than 70 kinds, all-you-can-drink, until 11pm)


In Japan, Tours guides are not allowed to give a ride unless the one has a commercial license (taxi license). Also, tour guides are not allowed to arrange a car and pay on behalf of clients unless the one has the License for Travel Agency Service.

A Recent Review of this tour

What an amazing Sake experience! Kumi was a wonderful guide! She had many facts to share with us about Japan and it was all so interesting. The words and phrases she shared with us were used throughout our trip and continue back home - Kanpai! Kumi really adjusted her tour to accommodate our two travelers that were limited on their ability to walk. Overall it was an amazing experience and I wish we could have booked her for the entire day!
Jennifer Wobensmith

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