Local Food and Sake Tour in Sendai

US $52.50 / Person

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Hi! I'm Shunsuke Wakamatsu.

I will guide you!

Description of this tour

Sendai City is famous for its nice and various cuisine. Sendai has delicious rice, vegetables, seafood, and sake.

In this tour, you can enjoy the highlights of local foods strolling Sendai downtown.

You can eat the following local cuisine.
Gyutan: grilled beef tongue.
Kamaboko: fish cake(grilled fish paste)
Zunda mochi: rice cake topped with sweet paste of young green soybeans
Sake: you can enjoy a few brands of local sake at a standing bar.

I' a licensed interpreter-tour guide in Sendai, Miyagi. I will guide in Tohoku(north-eastern Japan) region, including Sendai and Hiraizumi. I also have a license of a tour conductor in Japan.


Sample Tour Timeline

10:00 AM
Sendai Station

Meet at the stained glass in the second floor of Sendai Station.

10:00 AM
Sendai Station

Meet at the stained glass in the second floor of Sendai Station.

10:30 AM
Sendai Asaichi(Morning Market)

A small street lined with many small stores and stalls.
You can find fresh local seafood and vegetables.
You can also taste some local snacks including Zunda mochi(rice cake topped with sweet paste of young green soybeans).

10:30 AM
Sendai Asaichi(Morning Market)

A small street lined with many small stores and stalls.
You can find fresh local seafood and vegetables.
You can also taste some local snacks including Zunda mochi(rice cake topped with sweet paste of young green soybeans).

11:00 AM
Abe Kamaboko(fish cake) store

The most popular Kamaboko store in Sendai.

Kamaboko is a kind of fish cake, or boiled and grilled fish paste.
In the store, you can make Kamaboko at your own hand.

The store has another specialty called Hyotan-age(literally means "deep fried gourd").
It's a new style of Kamaboko which looks like a corn dog.

11:00 AM
Abe Kamaboko(fish cake) store

The most popular Kamaboko store in Sendai.

Kamaboko is a kind of fish cake, or boiled and grilled fish paste.
In the store, you can make Kamaboko at your own hand.

The store has another specialty called Hyotan-age(literally means "deep fried gourd").
It's a new style of Kamaboko which looks like a corn dog.

11:30 AM
Sugawara standing sake bar

Sugawara sake shop has a history of more than 100 years in Sendai.
It also has a casual standing bar and you can taste local sake even in daytime.

11:30 AM
Sugawara standing sake bar

Sugawara sake shop has a history of more than 100 years in Sendai.
It also has a casual standing bar and you can taste local sake even in daytime.

12:30 PM
Aji-Tasuke, the Gyutan(grilled beef tongue) restaurant

Have lunch at Ajitasuke.
This restaurant originated Gyutan(grilled beef tongue) after WWII.
It became popular quickly among local people, and now it is the most popular local cuisine in Sendai.

12:30 PM
Aji-Tasuke, the Gyutan(grilled beef tongue) restaurant

Have lunch at Ajitasuke.
This restaurant originated Gyutan(grilled beef tongue) after WWII.
It became popular quickly among local people, and now it is the most popular local cuisine in Sendai.

Additional Details

Where we meet

Sendai Station

What's included
Things you need
  • Lunch(approx. US $14.00)
Notes:

The cost of lunch and snacks are not included int the guide fee.
If you have any food restrictions, please let me know in advance.

Guest Requirements

All welcome

Cancellation Policy

Any trip or experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.