Nagoya Foodie

Learn about Nagoya by going on a Nagoya Meshi food tour!

If you asked me (and many other people) the number one attraction of Nagoya isn’t Nagoya Castle but rather its special local food called Nagoya Meshi. (Nagoya local cuisine)

And because I want as many people as possible to enjoy the best Nagoya has to offer, I have created ‘Nagoya Foodie’. Offering unique food tours in Nagoya.

For people who really want to dive deep into the local cuisine, I recommend the ‘Nagoya Meshi Food Tour’. Participants visit 3 restaurants trying Miso Nikomi Udon, Hitsumabushi, and Tebasaki. If you don’t know what any of these are, no problem, you will learn all about these foods on the tour.

At the ‘Depachika’ the underground level of a department store, you are introduced to snacks like Tenmusu, Oni Manju, and Ebi Senbei.

Even though this tour is all about the food you will not only learn about the foods and restaurants but also culture and the history of Nagoya. For example, did you know that the world-famous car maker Toyota started out as a manufacturer of fabrics?

At the end of this tour, you will be filled to the brim. Not only with delicious food, but also interesting tidbits on Nagoya.

One of the most popular spots in Nagoya are the Osu Shopping Streets. Japanese and foreign visitors alike crowd the streets to do some cheap shopping and to try some of the delicious street food on offer here.
Sadly modern storefronts and busy streets overshadow the underlying history and culture of the place.

During an Osu Street Food Walking Tour, you will uncover Osu’s hidden past, while trying the most delicious street foods. Goheimochi, Karaage, Agemanbo, and Uiro are only a couple of the foods you will try.

Learn the difference between a shrine and a temple, how to pray at both and draw your fortune in the form of an Omikuji at Japan’s most high-tech temple Banshoji. But please don’t blame me if you draw bad luck!

These tours are not only geared at tourists visiting Nagoya but are a great starting point for expats who have just arrived in Nagoya. Join a tour with your family and friends!

If you book a Nagoya Foodie Tour until January 31st, 2020 you will get a 10% discount with code NAGMAG!

For more information visit:
www.nagoyafoodie.com

 

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