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Meet the Locals: Nagoya Nighttime Food and Frolic

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per traveler Price is $106
*Pricing based on group of 2 travelers
Duration: 3h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English Features animals

Highlights

  • Eat lots of (included) local foods, all with local people

  • Have a beer, sake, or something new. Three drinks included!

  • Explore Fushimi/Sakae and Nagoya Station areas by foot

  • Go high above the city for a memorable night view

  • Five or less travelers per group – guaranteed!

Highlights

  • Eat lots of (included) local foods, all with local people

  • Have a beer, sake, or something new. Three drinks included!

  • Explore Fushimi/Sakae and Nagoya Station areas by foot

  • Go high above the city for a memorable night view

  • Five or less travelers per group – guaranteed!

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6:30 PM, Tour in English, includes Food and Drinks

Duration 3h

Live Commentary in English.

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Prices are cheaper when booked in bulk

Total price is $128.80, taxes included

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Meet the Locals: Nagoya Nighttime Food and Frolic

Activity Location

Shimosono Park

1 Chome-12 Nishiki, Naka Ward

Nagoya 460-0003

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Shimosono Park

    1-12 Nishiki Naka-ku

    Nagoya 460-0003


Description

Welcome to Nagoya! While others may have skipped over Nagoya for the bright green tourist pastures of Tokyo or Kyoto, by choice or circumstance, you, brave soul, have found yourself with time to frolic in Nagoya. Being the third largest urban area in Japan, it's got to be a fun place to hang out. Sadly, many of Nagoya's gems are hidden to the untrained eye. Don't worry: We've got you covered. Come see our Nagoya at night, where locals and visitors can mingle, and good foods are in great supply.

You'll start your evening at a local park in the middle of the business district, just as many are getting off work. Soon you'll be enjoying a drink in the midst those very same worker bees. And food too. Of course there's going to be lots of food, and it will be spread out over three different standing bar, or “tachinomi” restaurants, with sights galore interspersed.

Local walk. Three restaurants. Major cultural insight. Come along and dive deep.


Inclusions

  • A dinner's worth of food across three “tachinomi” (Japanese standing bar/restaurants).

  • Three alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages (choose from a large selection).


Exclusions

  • Food and drink beyond what's provided.

  • Transportation to the starting point or from the ending point.


Know Before You Book

  • Japan's drinking age is 20, but younger visitors are still welcome to come along.

  • Going out like a local means there will be a fair bit of walking and standing.