Looking for exciting new ideas for team building activities, entertaining visitors to Japan, adding a fun evening to a seminar or offsite conference?
Arigato Japan Travel specializes in creating fun food and culture tours as well as Corporate Team Building Tours in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka. We can also create custom day trips outside of Tokyo, and 2-3 day trips in Japan’s wine country, or other nearby destinations.
Get out of the office and into the back streets and discover the hidden gems of Japan’s famous cities. We’ll compose a custom tour for your group and we will happily accommodate most dietary restrictions or food allergies that may come up in your group! Our tours are all lead by fun, friendly and professional local, English speaking experts.
Let our team plan the perfect tour for your corporate retreat, conference, seminar or event. We will save you time and stress allowing you to focus on the larger event goals for your company.
A few of our illustrious past clients;
Beginning January 20, 2016, Arigato Japan Food Tours started as a 1-woman show. Anne Kyle, the Founder of Arigato Japan Food Tours, performed the first 300 tours herself. Out of her passion for helping visitors to Japan blossomed a team of over 70 people completely aligned with a mission to provide a fun, entertaining, and delicious understanding of Japanese history, etiquette, manners, culture and of course, FOOD!
Arigato Japan has been featured at the New York Times Travel Show, on the U.S. News & World Report, Travel Weekly, by British Airways, the popular TV show Travels with Darley, and most recently on CNN Travel as one of the top 7 most authentic experience companies in Japan . We are excited at the opportunity to work with you this year.
You can see some of our mentions and can read more about us on our Media Page.
With more than 1150 reviews and a recipient of the coveted Certificate of Excellence award on TripAdvisor for three years runnin, also having served over 21,000 guests since Arigato Japan began, the momentum shows no sign of slowing down as we look to the future.