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Japan Culinary Travel

JapanCooking Vacations, Food Tours, Cooking Classes, Culinary Holidays

Japanese cuisine offers a lot more than sushi. Japanese cooking vacations and culinary tours offer visitors a wide variety of seasonal foods, as well as a unique blend of ingredients that combine the use of ancient staple foods such as rice and noodles with a burst of flavor from more ▼
their popular use of soy sauce, miso, and grilling methods that create exceptional and exquisite foods ranging from sushi to fish and vegetable dishes and soups. As noodles are a major ingredient in most Japanese cooking styles, cooking classes in Japan offer visitors unique ways to use Soba or Udon noodles served cold or hot in a variety of styles and flavors.
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Flavors of Tokyo Cultural & Culinary Adventure
Flavors of Tokyo Cultural & Culinary Adventure
7 days | 6 nights  -  Tokyo, Japan
Cultural & Culinary Discovery in Japan’s Majestic Capital
From $3,998
(For One Person, Double Occupancy)
Tastes of Kyoto Cultural & Culinary Adventure
Tastes of Kyoto Cultural & Culinary Adventure
7 days | 6 nights  -  Kyoto, Japan
Cultural & Culinary Immersion in the Land of Temples & Shrines
From $3,998
(For One Person, Double Occupancy)

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Food & Wine Events

Gelato Festival

Yokohama
8/31/2019 - 9/1/2019
In search of the best ice cream in the world, rewards the creativity of the best gelato makers.
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Keiro no Hi (Respect for the Aged Day)

Country-wide
9/16/2019
Honors elderly citizens and their contributions to society.
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Shubun no Hi (Autumnal Equinox Day)

Country-wide
9/23/2019
Celebrates the arrival of fall. A time to enjoy some traditional treats.
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Taiku no Hi (Health and Sports Day)

Country-wide
10/14/2019
Encourages people to lead a healthy lifestyle while enjoying the outdoors
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