Whether you have been to Japan before or not, Japan Food Tours offers you the unique opportunity to experience the country’s food, culture and people on fully guided tours.
And QNews Magazine readers are being offered an incredible introductory two-for-one discount for a the company’s brand new tour of Honshu in December.
On the trip, you’ll journey to Honshu, Japan’s main island, and discover Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Sendai, Mt Fuji, Yokohama and other secret locations.
You’ll experience some of the world’s best cuisine as Japan Food Tours takes your tastebuds on an adventure as you sample wagyu, sushi, modern Japanese, Kaiseki, and lots more.
Included in the package is first class train travel, high quality accommodation and luxurious Japanese cuisine, personally guided by Japan Food Tours owner David Harris.
But get in quick, only six places on the tour are available and to secure your place you must contact Japan Food Tours before 5:00pm next Monday (October 22).
To take up the deal, visit the Japan Food Tours website and get in touch.
Japan Food Tours seeks out the best food experiences Japan has to offer, often for a lot cheaper than you may expect.
The tours encompass genuine Ramen street noodles, off the beaten track, away from the bustle of souvenir-laden tourist traps.
Experience the real Japan on the exclusive tours
Introduced to Japanese culture and cuisine as a youngster, David Harris first travelled to Japan in pursuit of another great passion of his – skiing.
He’s been back many times, already five times in 2018 alone. David’s enthusiasm for the country was infectious, inspiring friends to visit, often leaning on his first-hand knowledge to gain access to experiences otherwise denied the novice visitor.
From this, Japan Food Tours was born. During the fully guided tours, visitors benefit from David’s knowledge of the country and great love for its culture, food and people.
Because of his extensive local contacts, the fully guided boutique Japan Food Tours are truly unique.
“The massive boom in Japanese tourism has made it harder and harder for visitors to experience the real Japan,” David said.
“At Japan Food Tours we look for special experiences that our guests will remember for a lifetime.
“On our Cherry Blossom Tour we reserve rooms in a beautiful hotel nestled in the foothills of Mount Fuji.
“From a tub in your private bathroom, you gaze in awe at the view of that magnificent mountain shrouded in cherry trees in full bloom.”
In Tokyo, guests are afforded privileged entry to a private “members only” Sushi restaurant opened 118 years ago.
Incredibly, the restaurant remains in the same family which established it. The current chef is the fourth generation of his family to serve in that position.
In Sapporo, Japan Food Tours has access to Hokkaido’s most exclusive restaurant. It’s difficult to imagine more exclusive than a restaurant that seats just eight diners.
But what a dining experience it is for those eight people! French champagne, the finest Japanese Sake and a twenty-two course Tempura banquet, all prepared by the chef in one pot on a single burner.
Even paying the bill is a cultural experience with the receipt hand-drawn in ornate calligraphy exactly as was done over a century ago.
Japan Food Tours offers a range of exclusive carefully crafted tours featuring memorable and unique experiences of the real Japan – it’s culture, food and people.
Visit the Japan Food Tours website to find out more.