the best food in tokyo

Searching for the best sushi in Tokyo? Craving wagyu and sake? Discover the best of Tokyo's ever-evolving food scene with one of our local hosts. Avoid the tourist traps and get a real taste of Japan with an Eatwith food tour, cooking class or dinner!

why choose eatwith?

We are absolute food experts

Our mission is to connect the best local chefs and food connoisseurs around the world with adventurous travellers.

We are the leaders in social dining

The best way to make new friends and learn the local culture first-hand when traveling.

We offer unique food experiences

Try one of our immersive dinners, lunches, brunches, tastings, food tours and cooking classes with local hosts.

see tokyo like a local!

Tokyo is a captivating blend of old-world traditions and modern architecture. Discover the bustling metropolis, spotlessly clean and brimming with incredible attractions. After exploring the sights, immerse yourself in the vibrant streets, lined with charming shops, hidden alleyways, and street vendors. Indulge in delectable street food, but beware of the language barrier when deciphering menus without Japanese fluency!

While many restaurants may not cater to English-speaking travelers, there's a solution to experience authentic Tokyo cuisine. Book a dining event with a local Eatwith host, and open the doors to a world of incredible tastes. From food tours offering the best Tokyo street food to cooking classes revealing the secrets of authentic sushi-making, and even Sake and Wagyu beef tastings, dining with a Tokyo Eatwith host breaks the language barrier for an unforgettable Japanese culinary adventure.

Our hosts are multilingual and will provide insider tips on Tokyo's hidden gems and local hotspots, off the beaten path of guidebooks. Discover Tokyo like a local with Eatwith!

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