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Pass By: Hachiko, 1 Dogenzaka Shibuya Train Station, Shibuya 150-0043 Tokyo Prefecture
Stop At: Dogenzaka 2 chome, Shibuya 150-0043 Tokyo Prefecture
Stop at the 1st izakaya
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Shibuya Center-gai, Udagawacho, Shibuya 150-0042 Tokyo Prefecture
Head out to Shibuya niku yokocho.
Duration: 2 hours
Pass By: Shibuya Crossing, Shibuya 150-8010 Tokyo Prefecture
Take good photos at the crossing
Starbucks Shibuya Tsutaya, Japan, 〒150-0042 Tōkyō-to, Shibuya City, Udagawachō, 21−６ ＱＦＲＯＮＴ 1F
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We took this tour only a few hours after landing in Tokyo, and it was a fun way to start our trip. We had a relatively large group that evening, about 10 people, mostly from the U.S. and Australia. There were two guides with us. We visited two bars where we had drinks and food and finished the evening at a sake bar. At the first establishment, we were able to choose either two drinks and one food item or one drink and two food items from a menu that was specific to the tour. At the second place, we got to pick two drinks and two food items. They had beer, wine, sake, plum wine or mixed drinks such as lemon sours and highballs. The food was very good - I particularly loved the rice balls and potato salad "pancake."
Finally, at the sake bar, we were able to choose either a tasting set or one glass of sake. Our guides were great, and we enjoyed the entire evening, which lasted over 3 hours. I highly recommend taking this tour while you're in Tokyo - especially if you are searching for something fun to fill one of your evenings!
Most tourists go to Shibuya by day. We are here to show you how Shibuya is by night. Pub crawl to 3 Japanese Izakaya style bars, two of them are located in Niku Yokocho alley, and the other one is in Dogen zaka area. Niku Yokocho alley, where many tiny pubs and bars offering various types of food and drinks hide in this alley in a building. Unlike other food alleys, this alley with festival atmosphere is a whole floor in a huge building that hosts many types of local bars and pubs! Each restaurant has different style of meat presentation and preparation. You'll be able to taste teppan, meat-sushi, Japanese beef and more! Of course, there are vegetarian menus, so don't worry. Your guide will help you order and explain everything. Let's try local foods and drinks that you can only get in Japan!