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  • Dennis W
    1 contribution
    The tour was much more than we could have hoped for or expected. We have lived in Japan for almost 9 years and never knew about the places and sights that we were shown today. The history and tradition behind this tour is more than we could almost fathom. We literally walked on streets that were older than our own country. It was amazing. Our tour guide (Hiro) was very knowledgeable and fun. His English was great. Such a great experience all around.
    Written 28 May 2022
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  • Charles M
    17 contributions
    Yoshiro (aka Ted) is a very knowledgable and considerate guide who tailored the whole experience to suit what I had already seen, while including some real hidden gems. The whole tour was a pleasure and an education. I came away from the tour with a greatly enhanced understanding of Kyoto, its history and culture.

    Highly recommended.
    Written 15 June 2022
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  • EBV
    11 contributions
    Our guide communicated with us before the trip. He was flexible with our schedule, and was open to the idea of replacing the outlet store with a few sightseeing spots in Nagoya. We still went with the outlet store option though.
    Even though he suggested for us to go to the outlet store first, before heading to Nabana no Sato so we could maximize our time, he granted my friend's request to see the garden during daytime.

    We loved the illumination at Nabana no Sato. I would've skipped the outlet store, but my friend wanted to check out Onitsuka Tiger. She was able to buy a pair at a much lower price.
    Written 8 February 2020
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  • Ericka
    1 contribution
    We had an amazing time on our tour with Moka! It was nice to see so many sites in one day without any of the hassle. Moka was super friendly and eager to give us an amazing day! She was very knowledgeable and provided us with a lot of historical facts during our tour of Nagoya castle. Moka speaks great English and helped explain many customs of Japan. As a bonus, it was nice to get familiar with the public transportation system with someone to help :) We highly recommend doing Moka's tours!
    Written 4 February 2020
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  • MK Castilo
    1 contribution
    From the pick up at our hotel to City Tour and lunch everything was excellent, Moka is very accomodating and knowledgeable on the tourist spots we’ve visited. She even extend her way as we requested to visit the Toyota Museum which was not included in the itinerary. She speaks good english and assist you all her way. Highly recommended!
    Written 21 January 2020
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  • Ann A
    Florida16 contributions
    7 am is not that early. You’re jet lagged and are probably up anyway. I took this 2 hour tour the morning before my afternoon flight home. I met Takako at the central station and we walked to the fish market. This fish market is more accessible than the one in Tokyo because ordinary people shop here, not just wholesale restaurant owners and shopkeepers. I saw fish I’ve never seen before, like blue mussels the size of dinner plates and big fat tiger striped prawns. Did you know there are several different types of nori (seaweed sheets), each with a distinctive taste? Samples are available for you to try. If you’re lucky, a fishmonger will give you a piece of tuna sashimi that’s just hours out of the Pacific Ocean! Takako took me to a local 24-hr sushi place for breakfast, where the chefs have been dishing fish for decades. No tourists here!
    Written 24 May 2019
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  • Conquistadores
    Central Florida, FL109 contributions
    In just a few short hours, Moka showed me the main highlights of Nagoya, introduced me to many new customs in Japan, explained some of the nuances of Shintoism and Buddhism and even gave me the confidence to ride the local subway!

    She really made me feel at ease and was flexible with any of my special requests. Nagoya is her hometown and she really lets her love of the city show!
    Written 14 May 2019
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  • vegosaurus
    Bend, OR22 contributions
    Akiko was a very warm and considerate hostess. Her love of cooking, Japanese culture, and visitors is apparent. We learned many things about Japanese ingredients, food, and cooking that we can take home to share! The meal was delicious and unique to her region. This experience was one of the highlights of l our trip to Japan! You always have a place to stay in our home in Oregon. Thank you Akiko and Meg!
    Written 11 April 2019
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  • dos_lourdeikae
    13 contributions
    i would like to commend ms. taka for doing a job well done in showing me around nagoya. i'm happy, satisfied, and impressed with her work.

    i'm definitely going back to nagoya and would recommend your agency to my family.

    thank you very much and more power!
    Written 25 March 2019
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  • bmoregirl
    Baltimore, MD141 contributions
    I visited Nagoya in early July but due to COVID a lot of tours were
    not running. I reached out to Nagoya Foodie Tour and Lena was so
    helpful. She was able to accommodate our schedule for a private street
    food tour and also another custom tour of the fish market in Nagoya.
    The tours had to be private because of COVID which I appreciated and
    felt safe with while walking around the city. The street food tour had
    a good mix of history and cuisine mixed throughout the 2.5 hours. Some
    of the regular spots that the tour would visit were closed or shut
    early. I think the regular run tour would probably have a little more
    variety but I got a good sense of the cuisine of Nagoya. The sites of
    Nagoya were beautiful although someone what longer than I expected. I
    did really enjoy the option to make a wish at multiple temples and
    shrines.

    The next day Lena took us to the fish market and showed us around. We
    got to talk with some of the vendors and see all the different seafood
    that is local to Nagoya. It was very interesting and not as crowded as
    I would expect Tokyo’s fish market to be. After we walked around to
    the Endoji Shopping Street. It was very similar to the Osu area we
    visited the night before but as it was the morning, it was not busy
    and stores were still closed. My favorite part was when Lena took us
    to a classic coffee spot in Nagoya to experience their coffee culture.
    It was great to see how locals eat and socialize.

    I would recommend taking the tours offered with Nagoya Foodie Tour. I
    hope that they are able to make the fish market tour a regular thing
    as well in the future. Don’t miss out on this fun and unique option
    when visiting the city
    Written 19 July 2020
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