Prices are set per person for a minimum of 2 people or per group size. There is a per person discount for each additional participant.
For Izakaya tours which takes you to Japanese bars are not suitable for Children 15 or under, please ask us about children’s paticipation.
Large groups are welcome. We aim to offer an intimate experience so the tour may be altered to fit your group. Please contact us for more information.
We happily welcome solo travelers. To offer the full experience to solo travelers, tour price may vary.
Our tours are fully flexible and tailored to your needs. Your guide will be in contact with you after booking to get to know you and to discuss your interests and any requirements you may have.
After meeting with your guide you’ll head to Yokohama’s harbor side Minato Mirai area. Here you’ll visit the cup ramen museum where you’ll learn about the history of cup noodles and get the chance to design your own cup of noodles (a great sousvenir to take back home with you). You’ll stroll through the area to akarenga (the red brick warehouse), an old warehouse now a complex featuring shops restaurants and an excellent gallery. From there we’ll walk along the waterfront to Chinatown, Japan’s biggest and best Chinatown to peruse the shops and try a variety of Chinese street foods from the many stalls. You’ll visit the colourful Chinese temple before taking a short train journey to the Ramen museum. Here you’ll learn about and be able to sample a variety of Japan’s most popular fast food, ramen.
Your guide will also discuss any dietary requirements you may have and will curate the experience around your desires and interests.
Your guide will contact you within 24 hours of booking to range a convenient time and place to meet.
Your guide will contact you before the tour to arrange the time that suits you best.
Japan’s second largest city lies just a short 30 minute train ride south of Tokyo and makes for a great day trip from Tokyo. Yokohama was one of the first ports to open up to the world after the Meiji restoration in 1859 and soon became a hub for trade with the world. Its laidback cosmopolitan vibes and port side location have long been a popular draw for Japanese and expats alike. Yokohama is also home to one of the world’s biggest Chinatowns as well as the Ramen museum and cup ramen museum. The minatomirai area with its small amusement park and selection of shops are ideal for families too. Its proximity to Tokyo and delicious food scene make it a great way to spend a day.
Hi. I am Simon. I am a British guy living in Tokyo for the past 17 years. I am a friendly, easy going, cheerful, guy who loves both to travel and to share my city with others. I love to share life with old friends and new and giving people memorable experiences brings me great joy. I am pretty spontaneous and nothing fills me with more joy than a night on the town experiencing tasty food, enjoying unusual drinks and making new friends. My motto is “Eat, drink and be merry’ and I hope you join me for some fantastic adventures.