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"Depachika" tasting and Japanese gastronomy

Tour Type

Set course


4 hours



High-end food halls in Japanese department store basements

“Depachika,” literary means a basement floor of the department store. Here you can find a treasure of select Japanese foods. You can see and taste fancy daily foods like dessert, lunch or dinner found on the Japanese table.
If you are in Tokyo, you should try to go to the basement floor of the department store in any major stationsuch as Shinjuku, Shibuya, Tokyo, or Yurakucho.

Tour Details

This tour leads you to the Depachika and guides you through Japanese cuisine. After “Depachika” we will go to a restaurant which serves the food you like. Whoever interested in eating Japanese daily foods, we will take you wherever you would like to go.


Tour Name “Depachika” tasting tour
Tour Type Half day
Price Total 80 USD
Guide Fee 80 USD
Destination #Tasting at a Department store basement.
#Eating at a select restaurant.
The location will be decided when booked (based on guests hotel location or special requests)
Remarks You can choose the grade of food depending on your budget.
Just let us know your impression you had at Depachika. We will make a booking to the best restaurant you like and guide you there.
Tour starts at around 16:00 and ends around 21:00.
  • An introduction to Japanese Depachika foods
  • Dining in a Depachika restaurant
  • A memorable cuisine experience


16:00 Pick up at hotel
16:30 Depachika
19:00 Back to Hotel



Very thoughtful, well prepared

Had a great tour with Tracy. Very thoughtful, well prepared and took time to explain the history and importance of the s...

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How well organized our tour guide,Tracy

We loved how well organized our tour guide, Tracy, was. She sent us an email with useful detailed information beforehand...

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