Travel is one of the most exciting aspects of our world. While most of us look for ways to fill our current travel void, Arigato Japan Food Tours released a series that tours users through Japan from their couch.
Learn about Japanese culture, hot spots, traditional dishes, beverages and more with these virtual tours:
Looking to learn more about two of the most exciting areas in Tokyo: Shibuya and Shinjuku? Tune into the virtual experience and learn from the locals. Throughout the journey, guests learn interesting facts and stories about the regions, Japanese culture and history from local experts. Jot down recommendations about the best spots in the area to grab the best food, listen to personal stories from the host and participate in a Q&A. This virtual experience is perfect for travelers seeking tips for a future visit to Japan.
Calling all green tea lovers! This virtual experience will take you through everything you need to know about the beverage, and even how to make the perfect cup of tea. The experience is hosted by a tea expert who shares the importance of green tea in the Japanese culture, its health benefits and best green tea pairings, including cocktails. If you are eager to learn more, there will be a question and answer session. Once you have learned a little more about green tea, the host will teach you how to brew the perfect cup, so make sure you have your green tea ready.
Spice up your online happy hours with friends by participating in the Online Happy Hour in Japan. Join a local expert with 20 years of experience in the food and beverage industry live in Japan as they show you two D.I.Y. cocktails. Learn how to make delicious, Japan-inspired cocktails and mocktails while the host shares recommendations, hidden gems, tips and tricks about life and travel in Tokyo.
We can’t wait to #ComeBacktoTravel, but, until then, explore the best of Tokyo from the comfort of your home!
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