Experience a delectable journey through the heart of Shinjuku with Savor Wagyu & Sake Pairing.
This immersive culinary activity invites participants to indulge in the exquisite flavors of Japan’s renowned Wagyu beef and traditional sake.
Held at the esteemed Sake Bar Doron, located in Tokyo’s bustling Shinjuku district, this intimate event offers personalized attention and a chance to learn about the rich history and craftsmanship behind these iconic delicacies.
With a maximum capacity of eight participants, book now to savor this unforgettable gastronomic experience.
Great News! You can reserve your spot for free with Viator. You can easliy cancel any time up to 1 day before without paying anything.
- The meeting point for the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience is Sake Bar Doron in Shinjuku.
- The experience concludes at Sake Bar Doron in Shinjuku as well.
- The Sake Bar Doron is easily accessible via public transportation options.
- The experience is highly rated, with a 5.0 overall rating and positive reviews about the taste experience and customer service.
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Meeting Point and Start Time
The meeting point for the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku is at Sake Bar Doron in Shinjuku. Located at Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Nishishinjuku, 7 Chome−19−21, the venue is easily accessible and conveniently situated in the heart of Shinjuku.
Whether you are traveling by public transportation or private vehicle, reaching the meeting point is hassle-free. The bar is conveniently located near public transportation, making it easily reachable for all participants.
The start time for the experience is at 06:00 PM, offering flexibility for participants to plan their day accordingly. Sake Bar Doron is wheelchair and stroller accessible, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the experience without any hindrance.
With its central location and flexible start time, Sake Bar Doron provides the perfect meeting point for the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku.
End Point and What to Expect
The conclusion of the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku is marked by returning to the meeting point at Sake Bar Doron. Located in Tokyo, Shinjuku City, Nishishinjuku, Sake Bar Doron is easily accessible via public transportation options. This ensures convenience for participants who may be using public transportation to reach the venue.
The bar is wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly, making it inclusive for all participants. Plus, for those traveling with infants, infant seats are available to ensure their comfort and safety.
The activity ends back at the meeting point, providing a seamless experience for participants. Overall, participants can expect a well-rounded experience with accessibility options and convenient public transportation options in place.
Additional Information and Cancellation Policy
Participants of the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku should be aware of the additional information and cancellation policy for this activity. Here are some important details to note:
- Most travelers can participate in this experience.
- The maximum number of travelers allowed is 8.
There is a full refund policy if the activity is canceled up to 24 hours in advance. Any changes made less than 24 hours before the start time will not be accepted. The cut-off times for cancellations are based on the local time.
These policies ensure that participants have flexibility and are protected in case of any unforeseen circumstances.
It is also important to mention that the experience is wheelchair accessible, stroller accessible, and near public transportation. With these accessibility options in place, participants can enjoy the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience with ease.
Reviews and Questions
What are some of the reviews and questions that have been raised regarding the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku?
The overall rating for this experience, based on both Viator and Tripadvisor reviews, is a perfect 5.0. With a total of 9 reviews, customers have praised the taste experience and customer service provided during the pairing. Many reviewers have given it a 5-star rating, highlighting the exceptional quality of the Wagyu beef and the carefully selected sake varieties. Some have also mentioned the knowledgeable staff who provided detailed explanations and recommendations for the best pairings.
There are also a few 4-star and 3-star reviews, although specific details about their concerns are not provided.
For any questions about the experience, customers can contact the Viator Help Center.
Pricing and Terms
The pricing and terms for the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku are as follows:
- Pricing Options:
- The experience is priced at £104.05 per person.
- This price includes the tasting of premium Wagyu beef and a selection of sake.
- It also includes a knowledgeable guide who will provide insights into the history and culture of Wagyu beef and sake.
- Booking Process:
- To book the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience, visit the Viator website or app.
- Select the desired date and time for the experience.
- Provide the necessary details and complete the payment process.
- A confirmation will be received at the time of booking.
- Cancellation is possible up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
Enjoy the world of Wagyu beef and sake by booking this unique pairing experience in Shinjuku.
After booking the Wagyu & Sake Pairing experience in Shinjuku, participants can easily find the meeting point by following these directions.
The venue for the experience is Sake Bar Doron, located in Shinjuku at 7 Chome−19−21, Nishishinjuku, Tokyo. It is conveniently situated near public transportation, making it easily accessible for visitors.
To locate the meeting point precisely, participants can use the Google Maps feature, which will provide accurate directions.
The activity starts promptly at 06:00 PM, so it is advisable to arrive a few minutes early to ensure a smooth start.
Sake Bar Doron is known for its exceptional food pairing, and participants can expect to savor the perfect combination of Wagyu beef and sake.
For additional local recommendations or any questions, participants can contact the Viator Help Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is There a Dress Code for the Sake Bar Doron in Shinjuku?
Dress code requirements at Sake Bar Doron in Shinjuku are not specified in the provided information. It is advisable to contact the venue directly for information regarding their dress code policy.
Can I Bring My Own Bottle of Sake to the Activity?
Bringing outside alcohol to Sake Bar Doron in Shinjuku may not be permitted as it is customary to respect the hotel’s offerings. Sake tasting etiquette suggests enjoying the carefully curated selection provided by the venue.
Are Vegetarian Options Available for the Food Pairing?
Vegetarian alternatives and vegan options are available for the food pairing activity. Participants with dietary restrictions can enjoy a curated menu that caters to their needs, ensuring a delightful and satisfying experience.
Is There an Age Restriction for Participating in the Wagyu & Sake Pairing Activity?
There is no age restriction for participating in the wagyu & sake pairing activity. However, it is important to note that the activity involves alcohol consumption, so the suitable age for participation may vary depending on local laws and regulations.
Are There Any Additional Fees or Charges Not Mentioned in the Pricing Section?
There are no hidden fees or additional charges not mentioned in the pricing section for the Wagyu & Sake Pairing activity in Shinjuku. The pricing includes all necessary costs for the experience.
The Sum Up
To sum it up, the Savor Wagyu & Sake Pairing in Shinjuku offers a unique and immersive culinary experience in the heart of Tokyo.
With its intimate setting, personalized attention, and exquisite flavors of Wagyu beef and traditional sake, participants are sure to have a memorable evening.
The activity is suitable for most travelers and the flexible cancellation policy ensures peace of mind.
Don’t miss this opportunity to embark on a gastronomic journey through Shinjuku.