Kyoto Tea Ceremony and Sweets Experience
Local Bar Hopping in Harmonica Yokocho, Kichijoji
Miyajima Calligraphy, Kimono, and Tea Ceremony Experience
Asakusa Kimono and Traditional Culture Food Tour
Ultimate Hiroshima Food Tour
Gourmet Sushi and Shoyu Food Tour in Ono
Toshimaya Shuzo Sake Brewery Tour
Japanese New Year Food Tour in Shibuya (12/2019-1/2020)
Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony in Miyajima
Retro Shibuya Food Tour
Gluten-Free Food Tours in Japan
On your trip to Japan, you’ll immerse yourself in the local traditions, history, architecture, and culture of Japan. And after a long day of exploring, you’ll likely want to refuel with Japanese cuisine. Those who have celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or other reasons for avoiding wheat, might find it a little challenging to find gluten-free Japanese food.
Surprisingly, soy sauce is not naturally gluten-free. It is an “invisible” ingredient that is present in many Japanese dishes. And soba noodles are made of buckwheat flour, which is gluten-free, but often they are made with a blend of wheat flour as well. Tempura is also traditionally made with wheat flour. But your gluten-free diet certainly shouldn’t stop you from exploring Japanese food culture. During these gluten-free food tours in Japan, you can try a gluten-free sushi tour, join a gluten-free tempura tour, and more!