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March 11, 2016

Tokyo Time Machine: Handmade To High Tech

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Tokyo --
Book now Give as a gift  US $195/adult
  • 2-6 people  Shibuya      ~6 hours 11am 
    -> Kichijoji  (Mon-Sat)
Quick bite: Our Tokyo walk will take us on a journey that serves as an edible survey of the city’s culinary past, present and future.Read more
Tokyo -- In order to fully appreciate Tokyo and its deep food scene it’s necessary to not only peek behind the curtain of yesterday, but also join the constant flow of people eating their way through the city of today and even tomorrow. Our Tokyo walk will allow us to do just that, taking us on a journey that serves as an edible survey of the city’s culinary past, present and future.Read more
July 23, 2019

Liquid Assets: Deciphering Sake in the Japanese Capital

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Tokyo -- The consumption of sake is a sacrosanct affair in Japan. In Japanese, the term “sake” technically denotes all alcohol, though it is often used interchangeably with the less ambiguous “nihonshu.” The true genesis of the island nation’s archetypal brew is lost to time, though the divine concoction of water, rice, yeast and koji mold likely originated, or at least became more standardized, sometime during the Nara period (710-784 AD) when Empress Genmei consolidated rule over an agrarian society. Read more