MEALS [ L ]
The first stop will be at a street food stall to get a taste of some traditional Japanese snack food, menchi katsu. Menchi katsu is a breaded and deep-fried patty made of ground meat. Golden and crisp, this is a local favourite.
Next, head to a standing bar to enjoy the ambience and taste a selection of sake and Japanese wine, along with delicious house specialities. Then, head to a restaurant specialising in wagyu beef dishes. Often referred to as the most expensive beef in the world, wagyu beef is of a superb quality, and is on many a gourmet’s wish list. Enjoy the melt-in-the-mouth textures with a refreshing cocktail.
The final stop will be to try a new style of tempura in an eatery tucked away in a small alleyway. Old favourites such as shimp tempura, and more experimental combinations such as asparagus tempura and cheese can be found on the menu.
Bid farewell to the affable guide, and either return to the hotel or go for a stroll around the neighbourhood to take in the sights.
Our services include:
– Food and drinks (alcoholic and non
-alcoholic options available) at four venues.
Our services do not include:
– International and domestic flights (quoted separately)
– Transfers to and from the venue
– Meals and/or drinks other than mentioned above
– Personal expenses (e.g. drinks, laundry, telephone, etc.)
– Travel insurance
– Other services not indicated in the package inclusions above
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