Let's enjoy Washoku & J-culture!

"Watabi-sampo" is "Japan Travel-Walks"

 

Japanese word 「和」 "Wa" has various meanings such as Nippon, Peaceful, Collaboration, and Calm etc. 「旅」"Tabi" means travel in Japanese.  「さんぽ」"Sampo" is walking around or strolling, and its sounds 'sa-m-po' simply means three steps. 

 

Watabi-sampo is travel in Japan as walking around in your daily life and experiencing new findings.  I would like to help you find your personal watabi-sampo during your stay in Japan.

 

Please let me know your interest, schedule and budget.  It is more than happy if you could have  your fruitful watabi-sampo in Japan. 

 

 

Shall We Sampo?


WASHOKU sampo

Japanese Cuisine Sample in Japan Travel-Walks
WASHOKU Image Picture

Washoku, Japanese cuisine has been registered as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.   What is different from French, Turkish, Chinese food which is said to be the world's three largest dishes?  Japan is an island country surrounded by the ocean and the deep green mountains. Ranges of the volcanic belt are linked, the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter are distinguished. In order to coexist with such unique nature, we respect and appreciate materials for cuisine as gifts given from nature.  Whenever we make cuisine, we are always talking with nature and enjoying its original taste.

 

What you need for Japanese food are materials, tools and skills. Whether you are going to experience Japanese cuisine, you do not mind to learn in authentic class, in casual studio, or you can have a chance to look at the chef's skills.  We are preparing such courses.

 

#Japanese Cuisine Sample in Japan Travel-Walks
Authentic Cooking Class
#Japanese Cuisine Sample in Japan Travel-Walks
Casual Cooking Studio
#Japanese Cuisine Restaurant  in Japan Travel-Walks
Meet WASHOKU Chef


SHORT sampo

#Japan Trave-Walks #Akasak Place
The State Guest House, Akasaka Palace
Escort Only
Escort Only
Focus Visit
Focus Visit
AM / PM Half Day
AM / PM Half Day


LONG sampo

Obuse,  Nagano
Obuse, Nagano
Full Day Deep Visit
Full Day Deep Visit
Outside of Tokyo
Outside of Tokyo