Why don't you go to Izakaya!?
Izakaya is a very common style restaurant/bar for local Japanese people to have dinner and enjoy talking with friends after work.
I'm sorry not many Izakayas have English menus and staffs speaking English:(
But you will enjoy our usual dishes and local Japanese life with our support:)
We are available after 8pm after work.
The fee is not including food and drinks.
Average Izakaya dinner would cost around 4,000yen per person including drink.
We can arrange dinner in Ginza, Shibuya or Shinjuku area.
Please let us know your interesting or accessible area.
We will then connect you and local volunteers, and he/she will pick you up at your hotel or a famous landmark, and take you to the Izakaya.
Mariko responded quickly to my email and was very easy to coordinate with. She set us up with Daisuke. He was very nice and brought an extra friend along to hang with me and my boyfriend. They took us to a really cool underground izakaya where he setup a private table for us. This was perfect since it was my boyfriend's birthday. We spent most of the night eating, drinking and talking. My boyfriend said the best part of our trip was the time we spent at the izakaya with Daisuke. I would highly recommend Mariko to anyone looking for a fun time and an experience at a local hangout in Tokyo.
We had a great time with Momoko at an izakaya in Shinjuku. We highly recommend using this meetrip as a great opportunity to have a local with you at this traditional type of Japanese restaurant. It really broadens the experience when you don't need to depend on english translated menus which often time are poor translations or have things missing that you could get if you can read the Japanese menu. We had a ton of fun with this.
I got a great time with Kazu! I can't wait to redoing it next time I'll be in Japan
Thank you Mariko for recommend me Keisuke. He was an awesome guy! We did an Izakaya night with him and he did great explaining all the Japanese culture. We loved it 😄😄😄
Mariko is a very helpful and gracious host. She took me to a local restaurant for a unique and traditional Japanese experience. I am so lucky to have met her and shared dinner. She was also happy to field my tricky questions about Japanese culture and life.
Without hesitation, I recommend her to you.
I was in Japan for about 2 weeks. One of my most memorable and favorite nights was out to dinner with Mariko and her friend. Mariko took me to a really cool izakaya in Shibuya. It was really nice to go to a dinner like that with a local, where it would otherwise be difficult to know what were the most interesting/exciting foods/drinks to try (the menu was non-english). It was especially good going with Mariko because she was so interesting and fun to talk to! I will definitely go to another one of these dinners if I am ever in Tokyo again.
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