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Namjatown

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3-1-3, Higashi-ikebukuro 2F Sunshine City World Import Mart, Toshima 170-0013 Tokyo Prefecture
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Japanese food tour in Ikebukuro (Tokyo)
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Japanese food tour in Ikebukuro (Tokyo)

Let's go to 2-hour food tour of Japan’s capital.<br><br>Accompanied by a guide, visiting several popular bars and restaurants. <br><br>Sample Japanese food is just like yakitori, japanese sake and monjayaki<br><br>Deepen your knowledge of Japanese culinary and cultural traditions and enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour limited to 15 people.<br><br>2-hour walking tour of Ikebukuro’s nighttime food scene, with all tastings!
$122.65 per adult
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russellw170 wrote a review Mar 2020
Tokyo, Japan67 contributions11 helpful votes
Great fun for kids so long as they understand Japanese. It is a theme park with cats as the main characters. I went there a while back with my ex wife and her kids.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Eli Mikhael wrote a review Dec 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia47 contributions44 helpful votes
The place is designed for young children, but the real highlight is that the ticket includes entry to the Mazaria VR arcade above, which is far more worth it to older visitors. There is also a Pokemon Center right next to this place.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Keith S wrote a review Jul 2019
Mount Claremont, Australia265 contributions46 helpful votes
First up- a bit of a confession- in my twenties I spent 2 years in Tokyo, studied Japanese full time, and at the time I was reasonably fluent in the language and could struggle through a newspaper. As most people who have done the same will probably acknowledge, learning the language is only part of even starting to under Japan. This place blew my tiny little mind. I have absolutely no idea what it was all about, there seemed little rhyme or reason behind the place, and I felt like one of those Andaman islanders thrust into Disneyland. Prepare to put brain into neutral, go with the flow and just remember that if you were enticed to go to this place by the promise of an ice-cream shop with over 50 flavours- including eel flavour (as i was) - it’s now closed.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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ArmyChief-R wrote a review Jun 2019
Charleston, South Carolina536 contributions27 helpful votes
We visited here due to the rain which was expected to fall all day long. It wasn’t hard to find as you simply follow the signs for Sunshine City once you get to Ikebukuro station. Once you’re in the Sunshine City Building it gets a bit more complicated as i i couldn’t tell if the sign was pointing us up or straight ahead. I had to ask twice to make sure we were still headed the right way. Once we arrived on the 2F and at the entrance, I picked up the English guide. The ticket machines do not take cards so I had to buy ours from the attendant at the entrance gate. We bought the passports (all inclusive) for the kids (ages 8 & 6) and just entrance tickets for the parents. Ended up being about $60 USD. I read the reviews and kind of knew what to expect and although my Japanese is very good, our children speak not a word. Keep in mind folks, this is Japan. Do Japanese people visiting NYC, London or Sydney expect everything there to be in Japanese? There are some things that were very complicated for my kids. The quiz type activities were pointless. However, the ghost hunting, fishing and hands on type things were highly entertaining. The gyoza was the highlight for me but as was mentioned, there are plenty of places for tasty Gyoza in Tokyo. All in all, it wasn’t a wasted day but I think the cost wasn’t necessarily value for money spent. There is so much to do in Tokyo, I don’t know that we’d go back.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Choz H wrote a review Nov 2018
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We spent the whole evening at Namja with my 3 and 8 years old girls and played till it closed. It was so much fun, we don't understand a single bit of Japanese and felt a bit lost when we enter the place as all the games are all converse in Japanese, once you try 1 of the game, you will realised that it's pretty easy to understand as the moderator will flip through the English hard copies presentation and you just have to read the straight forwards steps on your own, no worries on the level of difficulty as they are pretty simple. My 3 years old might not understand how the games goes, we just let her participate in some games and have fun anyway, I will highly recommend the Fishing Spirits, Mononoke hunters, Yo-Kaiwatch.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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