Karuizawa Food Walking Tour in Nagano

Karuizawa Food Walking Tour in Nagano

Enjoy Karuzawa's local Street Foods !!


Karuizawa must be at the top of your list, if you’re looking for cooling-off place and a weekend getaway close to Tokyo. Hop on the bullet train at Tokyo Station and you’ll reach this mountain town in Nagano prefecture in just about 60 minutes. Karuizawa is known for the place for vacation, shopping, beautiful forest and foods. This small-group tour explores the Kyu-Karuizawa Ginza shopping street, where Karuizawa’s one of the most popular streets. Your guide leads you through Kyu-Karuizawa Ginza shopping street to visit food vendors and local places. Sample a local hot dog, deep fried curry bread, fried mashed potato, and local sweets on this in-depth experience of the legendary summer resort.


・Great way to get a sense for Karuizawa’s street food culture

・Sample a range of street foods & sweets

・Eat and drink like a Japanese local

・Photography tour *We will be on hand to take some happy snaps which will be shared with you after the tour!

Trip Itinerary

11:00 / In front of KARUIZAWA NEW ART MUSEUM
Meet your guide in front of KARUIZAWA NEW ART MUSEUM and you will explore local street in Karuizawa
11:30 / Kyukaruizawa Ginza-dori
You will have several street foods as you walk in the main street in Karuizawa.
12:00 / Arrival at St.Paul's Catholic Church
You also visit the beautiful charch which was designed by famous architecture ANTONIN RAYMOND.
12:30/ Kyukaruizawa Ginza-dori
Comming back to the main sreet and have sweets & drinks.
13:30 to 14:00/ Arrive at Karuizawa New Art Museum
The duration of this tour is about 2.5 -3 hours and tour concludes at Karuizawa New Art Museum. If you would like to explore different place like restaurants after this tour, you can say good bye to your guide, where is easy to get back to Starting point or Karuizawa station by yourself
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¥14,000 per person

May 2024
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  • Duration: 2.5 – 3 hours, starting at 11am
  • Minimum: 2 people per tour
  • Maximum: 8 people per tour
  • Price: 14,000 JPY (incl. tax) per person, Child (3-12) 13,000 JPY (incl. tax)
  • Infants (0-2) are free of charge.  An infant lunch is not included 
  • Includes: 3 street foods (such as curry bread), hot dog, Deep fried mashed potatoes, Sweets (such as apple candy or donut) & English-speaking guide
  • Excludes: Extra drinks and food (available to purchase), Bullet train tickets and other transportation fees.
  • Meeting location: In front of Karuizawa New Art Museum
Professional Guide

Local expert, personable English-speaking guides

Walking tour

This is an easy going walking tour. You can come just as you are

Foods & Sweets

You will have absolutely enough meal for lunch and sweets.


Take the photo of spots around Matsumoto castle as well as on back street in Matsumoto city

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